Cultural humility is a humble and respectful attitude toward individuals of other cultures and identities that pushes one to challenge their own cultural biases, realize they cannot possibly know everything about other cultures, and approach learning about other cultures as a lifelong goal and process. Cultural humility encourages active participation to learn about a client's personal and cultural experiences and identities.
Addiction is a chronic and complex brain disorder which impacts behavior and health with serious negative consequences for the individual, family and community. Families play an important role in the recovery of those affected by substance abuse.
This webinar provides guidance on how families are affected by addiction and tips on family engagement in substance abuse treatment that can heal families, improve outcomes, and prevent relapse.