Cultural Counseling Presentation (Obj. 5.1, 5.2, and 5.3,,,.

When discussing your culture, consider components of yourself such as race, ethnicity, religion, spiritual heritage, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities, socioeconomic status, traditions, and family heritage. You are not required to include any information you do not feel comfortable sharing.
Include the following in your presentation:
Communication styles of your culture (verbal and nonverbal)
Parts of your culture you are proud of
Parts of your culture that you would like to improve
Stereotypes toward your culture
Stereotypes held within your culture
How your culture perceives substance use. Are there any traditional uses of substances that are deemed culturally acceptable?
How your culture perceives counseling
How your cultural background will influence your ability to counsel someone from your culture and someone from another culture
Title slide and reference slide are not included in the slide count. Include speaker notes below each content-related slide that represent what would be said if giving the presentation in person. Expand upon the information included in the slide and do not simply restate it. Please ensure the speaker notes include a minimum of 100 words.
APA style is required for any information not originated by the student. Include at least two scholarly references in your presentation.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
You are not required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite.
This assignment is informed by the following CACREP Standard(s):
2.F.2.a. Multicultural and pluralistic characteristics within and among diverse groups nationally and internationally.
2.F.2.b. Theories and models of multicultural counseling, cultural identity development, and social justice and advocacy.
2.F.2.c. Multicultural counseling competencies.
2.F.2.d. The impact of heritage, attitudes, beliefs, understandings, and acculturative experiences on an individual’s views of others.