Cultural Competence 12 CE Program

Below are links to the quiz questions for each chapter of the book, Cultural Competence and Healing Culturally Based Trauma with EMDR Therapy (Second Edition).

Each chapter has four questions based on the information presented in the chapter. You may want to download the questions in advance to complete as you read. When you are ready to take the quiz use the links below to enter your answers and complete a brief chapter evaluation.

For each chapter, you must score 75% or better (3 or 4 correct). You can take the test multiple times if needed. When you have correctly completed the quiz, and the evaluation, you will be awarded a downloadable certificate for 1.5 EMDRIA credits and 1.5 NBCC* approved professional credits for that chapter. *NBCC is approved for most Masters-level Mental Health Professional Disciplines. Each certificate is date stamped indicating when you earned the CEs. You can take individual quizzes on different dates.

With your purchase of the 12 CE program, you are permitted to earn CEs for up to eight chapters of your choice, at whatever pace you choose.

Chapter 1– Cultural Competence and EMDR Therapy
Chapter 2– Connection and Belonging: A Core Human Need – Implications Within EMDR Therapy
Chapter 3– Culturally Based Trauma and Adversity: Recognition, Definition, and Implications
Chapter 4– The Work Starts with Us: Personal Reflection, Assessing Your Practice, and Setting Goals
Chapter 5– Opening the Door: Exploring Social and Cultural Experiences and Building Resources — EMDR Phases 1 and 2
Chapter 6– Healing and Resilience Building with EMDR Reprocessing: Target Selection and EMDR Phases 3-6
Chapter 7– Dismantling Prejudice with EMDR Therapy
Chapter 8– Strategies for Implementation of An Anti-Oppressive, Anti-Racist, Intersectional Lens in EMDR Therapy with Black Clients
Chapter 9– EMDR Therapy and Consultation with an Intercultural Approach
Chapter 10– Culturally Informed Recommendations for EMDR Therapy with American Indians
Chapter 11– Considerations When Working with Asian-Americans in EMDR Therapy
Chapter 12– Cultural and Treatment Considerations When Using EMDR Therapy with Latinx Clients
Chapter 13– The Transgenerational Impact of Antisemitism
Chapter 14– Social Class as Cultural Identity and Its Unique Contributions in EMDR Intervention
Chapter 15– Clinical Considerations When Treating Immigration-Based Trauma within Latinx Clients Using EMDR Therapy
Chapter 16– Culturally Attuned EMDR Therapy with an Immigrant Woman Suffering from Social Anxiety
Chapter 17– The EMDR Approach Used as a Tool to Provide Psychological Help to Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Chapter 18– EMDR Therapy as Affirmative Care for Transgender and Nonbinary Clients
Chapter 19– EMDR Therapy With Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Clients
Chapter 20– Sex, Gender, and Affectional Identities and Intersectionality: Application of Gender Diversity
Chapter 21– Left Out and Left Behind: EMDR and the Cultural Construction of Intellectual Disability
Chapter 22– “People Like Me Don’t Get Mentally Ill”: Social Identity Theory, EMDR, and the Uniformed Services
Chapter 23– EMDR with Issues of Appearance, Aging, and Class
Chapter 24– Legacy Attuned EMDR Therapy: Toward a Coherent Narrative and Resilience
Chapter 25– EMDR in a Group Setting (G-EMDR)
Chapter 26– Learning EMDR in Uganda: An Experiment in Cross-Cultural Collaboration
Chapter 27– EMDR Therapy in Diverse Cultural Contexts