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Culture Beyond Ethnicity

A presentation on understanding culture as a broader concept that is involved in all human actions beyond static personal qualities like race, ethnicity and gender.
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Zach Stones

on 10 June 2016

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Transcript of Culture Beyond Ethnicity

America
America Duck
Traditional Clinical View of Culture
Trouble with Talking "Culture"
Recruiting Informal Supports
A Different Perspective on Culture
Parts of Cultures
Explore cultures of the family for possible informal supports
Realize that transfer of a support from one culture to another may be very uncomfortable for family
Balancing Culture and Safety
Often we are trained on safety without considering family culture
Things we are instructed to do for our safety may be innately offensive from a cultural perspective
Helping Families to Join New Cultures
Barriers to pursuing goals such as education or employment can be viewed as cultural issues
Exposing the youth or family to those cultures may by most productive in creating momentum
Culture Beyond Ethnicity
Zach Stones, LMFT
Stan Herivaux, Parent Partner

San Diego Center for Children Wrapworks
presents

Culture
=
Race & Ethnicity
"Stereotypical"
View of Culture
Knowledge of Culture is also Knowledge of a Stereotype
Culture is Sacred & should always be Respected
Microaggressions
Race
Ethnicity
Art
Food
Language
Nationality
Heartattack Grill
Slide
Gender
Sexuality
S.E.S.
Religion
Traditions
Family
"Traditional" "Clinical" Parts of Culture
White People Culture?
Lithuanian Culture
American Culture
Where Do We Go From Here?
Violence
Race
Ethnicity
Music
Food
Entertainment
Physical Space
Humor
Alcohol
Drugs
Money
Education
Authority
Family
Kids
Sports
Health
Gender
Culture
=
The Rules of
Relationships
Culture:
Changes Constantly as You Encounter Different People and Groups of People
Personal Cultures
Home
Work
Friends
Extended Family
In-laws
Significant Others
Interests
Online
School
Black
White
Sex

Religion
Politics
Neighborhood
Stan
Father
Marine
Haitian
Pastor
Youth Mentor
Parent Partner
Brooklynite
Black
Husband
Comicbook
Collector
Athlete
Wraparound is a Culture
Wraparound brings it's own values, structure and roles and is very much a culture of our own that we are introducing to the family culture
If we are not sensitive to the interaction of cultures and aware of how we introduce it, wraparound may fail before it starts
It's Okay to Change Your Culture
This alternative view of culture allows for the idea that parts of a culture could be good or bad or both
By recognizing culture as something present in all interactions it is not as taboo to discuss changing it for the better
Zach
Father
Husband
Therapist
Improvisational Comedian
Facilitator
Geek
Quiet Guy
Friend
Haitian Culture
Taoist
...except when we decide it shouldn't be
Pretend we don't do it,
"I don't see race!
Stereotyping Choices
Acknowledge that we do it and that it's frequently inaccurate
Expand our knowledge in areas in which we are uninformed
Assessing Problematic Behavior Related to Culture
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