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History of Terms
Words Mean Things.
So, we thought to break down Competency #1 (Reflecting on One’s Cultural Lens and Individual Cultural Identity) through the words of 1. Reflecting, 2. Cultural Lens, and 3. Cultural Identity. We also wanted to add the language of Cultural Humility as we believe these four language pieces carry the “Word Weight” in the messaging of the competency.
Common set of understanding of working definitions. We all have seen different definitions
Cultural humility is one construct for understanding and developing a process-oriented approach to competency. Hook, Davis, Owen, Worthington and Utsey (2013) conceptualize cultural humility as the “ability to maintain an interpersonal stance that is other-oriented (or open to the other) in relation to aspects of cultural identity that are most important to the [person]” (p. 2).