Culture and Counseling: New Approaches
Frederick D. Harper, John McFadden
Allyn & Bacon, 2003 - Education - 426 pages
Culture and Counseling has been designed to serve as a resource for professionals in the fields of Multicultural Counseling, Cross-Cultural Counseling, or Diversity and Culture in Counseling. In this authoritative new book, leading authors address culture and counseling as related to theoretical models, American ethnicities, spirituality, immigrants, intercultural families, gender, sexual orientation, diagnosis and interventions, supervision, and ethics. Counseling professionals, psychologists.
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Some Asian and Pacific Islander Americans immigrated for better economic
opportunities, better lifestyles, better education, and more freedom; others sought
the United States as a place for political asylum to escape untenable political ...
CHAPTER Understanding Immigrants: Acculturation Theory and Research
GARGI ROYSIRCAR 1 here are currently more than 22 million documented
immigrants living in the United States, along with an even larger number of their
Children of immigrants: Their worldviews value conflicts. In P. Pedersen & J. C.
Carey (Eds.), Multicultural counseling in schools: A practical handbook (pp. 61-
83). Boston: Allyn & Bacon. Roysircar-Sodowsky, G., & Maestas, M. (2000).
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PART ONE Cultural Viewpoints of Counseling
On Becoming an Existential CrossCultural
Increasing the Cultural Awareness Knowledge
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