This workshop is designed for providers who work with clients/patients whose first language is Spanish. Participants will learn the Spanish alphabet, rules for pronunciation, everyday expressions, basic cultural information, and have an opportunity to practice pronouncing words in Spanish.
Participants will be able to:
1. Define the differences of words such as Hispanic, Latino, Mexican.
Ervin Munro has an M.S. in School Psychology and a B.S. in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He’s worked as a licensed School Psychologist, Educator, Case Manager, Director of Social Services, and medical Operations Manager. Currently, he works as a private Educator and Consultant. Mr. Munro provided services in multicultural settings for homeless persons, persons with mental illnesses, chronic health conditions, physical disabilities, post-incarcerated, veterans, substance users/abusers, older adults, persons affected by HIV/AIDS, homeless and runaway youth, hospice and homecare patients, and immigrants/refugees. He serves on the NACM Board of Directors and is Chair of the Membership Committee.