Implicit biases can have a significant impact on communication, decision-making, and perceptions and beliefs about others. As a result, it can also influence the effectiveness of promoting an inclusive and diverse environment. Participants in this workshop will learn how to explore their own personal biases, be introduced to approaches that can assist in being more conscious and aware about implicit biases as well as the impact these biases can have on others.
Enhance participant’s awareness of their own implicit biases.
Examine how implicit attitudes and stereotypes result in subtle forms of prejudice.
Identify strategies for disrupting or reducing implicit bias.
MN Board of Social Work
3.0 CEUs (CEP-275)
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