Development of diversity awareness and knowledge, necessary to practice family therapy from, liberation and social justice based frameworks., This includes interrogating multiple embedded, systems of power and privilege relative to, interconnections of identity and social position., Focus is on helping students become capable family, therapists in diverse global and multicultural, contexts, including becoming aware of their own, beliefs, biases, and prejudices relative to, culture, race, ethnicity, gender, age, sexual, orientation, socioeconomic status, physical or, mental ability, religion or spirituality, health, or legal status, or nation of origin, or other, marginalized and underserved communities.