This report identifies curricular considerations related to multicultural and diversity training. Various models of cultural diversity are discussed that are useful for research, education, and clinical professionals who use biofeedback tools, whether those tools are used to educate clients and students in instructional settings or diagnose and/or treat patients in clinical settings. The report begins by describing a practical framework for discussing terms such as “multicultural” and “diversity training,” and continues with describing curricular components for increasing awareness of diverse cultural perspectives encountered by biofeedback practitioners in various settings.

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