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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Given that relationships in Asian cultures are often governed by norms and
hierarchy, the ambiguous nature of a counseling relationship might cause some
Asian American clients to experience internal conflicts. For example, Yang (1995)
work than a relationship with an organization or institution (e.g., Kwan, 2000).
Tseng et al. (1995) believe that maintaining a professional, neutral, and distant
therapeutic relationship with clients, as suggested by a number of
The modifications primarily involved coming to the counseling situation from an
existential-humanistic theoretical base in terms of basic questions and issues that
are relevant to all humans (i.e., relationships, birth, marriage or partnership, ...
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PART ONE Cultural Viewpoints of Counseling
On Becoming an Existential CrossCultural
Increasing the Cultural Awareness Knowledge
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