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Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice is a well-balanced textbook suitable for psychology students. It discusses multicultural counseling's fundamental theories and applications. Major topics include the conceptual dimensions of multicultural therapy, the political dimensions of mental health practice, the practice dimensions of...
Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice is a well-balanced textbook suitable for psychology students. It discusses multicultural counseling's fundamental theories and applications. Major topics include the conceptual dimensions of multicultural therapy, the political dimensions of mental health practice, the practice dimensions of multicultural counseling, organizations and institutions as clients, and counseling and therapy with racial/ethnic minority populations and other culturally diverse populations. Celebrated authors and professors Derald Wing Sue and David Sue focus on the superordinate nature of this field, the politics of counseling and psychotherapy, sociopolitical considerations of trust and mistrust, barriers to effective multicultural counseling, culturally appropriate intervention strategies, and multicultural family counseling and therapy. The book also covers non-western and indigenous methods of healing, dimensions of worldviews, and counseling monocultural organizations. Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice ISBN 9780470086322 is a practical handbook for those who want to know how to become effective counselors for African Americans, American Indians, Alaskan natives, Asian Americans, and Hispanic/Latino Americans, as individuals of multiracial descent, sexual minorities, women, elderly clients, and individuals with disabilities. Authors D.W. Sue and D. Sue are both professors in psychology in Columbia University and Western Washington University, respectively. They have added important highlights and features in this edition, including coverage of social injustice, minority group therapists, and personal narratives to make it even easier for students to relate to the lessons. Their thought-provoking questions help enlighten learners, giving them a more open mind when dealing with different races and cultures and ultimately preparing them for real-world practice.
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