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123 | Affect Regulation and Relationship Enhancement Training for Multicultural Populations

Multicultural Counseling and Diversity: Special Populations and Global Competency, Thursday 9/14 8:45 – 10:00 AM, Workshop Tracks


Wei-Jen Huang, Ph.D., CGP



Approved For CE

Psychologists, Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Pastors, Pastoral Counselors, Lay Counselors, Coaches

Approved For CME/CEU




Based on the experience of training more than 30,000 peer and professional counselors to serve thousands of Chinese-speaking populations in 15 countries, this presenter will share practical tips to engage, create a corrective emotional experience, and motivate treatment-avoidant populations to get on the path of learning and growth. Key elements of a 12-session skill-based program (which integrates biblical principles and active ingredients of evidence-based therapy approaches) will be shared that enhances emotional intelligence, affect regulation, and relationship strengths with clients. Practical tips will be shared that are applicable to clients from all ethnic backgrounds that psychologists, licensed mental health professionals, and ministry leaders treat.

Learning Objectives

1. Identify ways to overcome cultural barriers, engage treatment-avoidant populations, and motivate them to develop emotional intelligence, conflict management, and relationship enhancement skills
2. Illustrate crucial factors that promote corrective emotional experiences and positive changes in therapy
3. Discuss the key elements of a skill-based program that enhances emotional self-regulation and relationship healing among thousands of Asians and their families
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