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10/07/2024, Cultivating the Orientation of Cultural Humility: A Lifelong Journey

Date: 10/07/2024 Time: 3:30-4:30 Location: internet Type: Webinar


This session will introduce the concept of cultural humility, as the personal orientation necessary for building relationships with clients and enacting social justice in practice. Participants will engage in critical self-reflection around their intersecting identities.

Learning Objectives

  1. Define cultural humility and explain the concept of cultural humility as a pathway to enact social justice.
  2. Distinguish between cultural competency and cultural humility within the diversity, equity and inclusion framework.
  3. Identify and critically reflect upon one’s intersectional identities.


R. Danielle Scott, Ph.D.

R. Danielle Scott, Ph.D., CCC-SLP (she/her) is an Assistant Professor at Minnesota State University Mankato in the Communication Sciences & Disorders Program, leading the efforts in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). She teaches courses such as Culturally Responsive Practices, DEI Seminar, and Cultural Humility. Earning her Master of Arts degree in speech-language pathology, and her doctorate in psychology, Dr. Scott’s research pertains to school-based speech-language pathologists’ therapeutic relationships with culturally and linguistically diverse students. Dr. Scott has 6 years of experience as an educational SLP in Atlanta, GA and Houston, TX. Her areas of interest include Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), Cultural Humility, Mental/Emotional Wellness, Social Justice, and Counseling.


Email Sue Wright at the SETC office

Clock hours for this webinar and others in this series are available from ESD105 for a small fee. The following Professional Development Enroller link provides more information about clock hours: