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Ethics and Boundaries: Adapting Evidence-Based Interventions to Honor Diversity

May 16 @ 10:00 am - 2:30 pm

This presentation presents evidence-based interventions as critical in mental health and substance use treatment. Through case scenarios, real-life stories, and discussion, we will work to identify specific barriers to treatment progress and explore strategies and cultural adaptations to address them. Attendees will engage in discussion, review case scenarios, and hear real life scenarios in order to:

  • Review the code of ethics to examine how institutional racism has influenced the implementation of ethics and practical strategies for advancing racial equity within the social work profession.
  • Obtain up-to-date, data-driven, meaningful, real-world applications for implementing culturally specific strategies within evidence-based practices.
  • Consider how the use of evidence-based practices and cultural adaptation impacts client success in meeting goals relating to mental health and recovery.

Important Note: A recording of this webinar will NOT be provided. Please only register for this event if you are able to attend live.



After attending this training, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss the 10 elements of culture and their influence on providing competent care
  • Explain fidelity and cultural adaptation’s purpose in behavioral health
  • Determine effective strategies for culturally adapting Evidence-based interventions (EBI)
  • Obtain practical strategies for advancing racial equity through ethical behavior




Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network
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