Cultural Diversity and Social Justice (4CE)

Cultural Diversity and Social Justice

Total Hours: 4

No Book to Buy - Online Text

Unlimited Test Retakes

Sponsor Approval: APA, NBCC, BBS and ASWB sponsored approvals.

Course delivery method and format: self-paced online training.

Course Requirements:

1. Course Reading,

2. Online PostTest

3. Course Evaluation.

After successfully completing the Course Reading, PostTest and Evaluation a certificate of completion will be issued online.

Intermediate level course

Course Description: This continuing education course is designed to equip psychologists with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively integrate cultural diversity and social justice principles into their practice. Participants will explore the intersections of cultural diversity and social justice as they relate to various aspects of psychology, including assessment, intervention, research, and advocacy. Through interactive discussions, case studies, and practical exercises, participants will gain insights into addressing the diverse needs of individuals, families, and communities while advocating for social justice and equity.


1. Understand the concepts of cultural diversity and social justice and their relevance to the practice of psychology.
2. Recognize the impact of various dimensions of diversity (e.g., age, race, ethnicity, gender identity) on psychological well-being and treatment
3. Identify historical, social, and political inequities contributing to individual, familial, and community psychological concerns.
4. Develop culturally sensitive assessment techniques that consider the unique cultural backgrounds and experiences of clients.