The conceptual dimensions of multicultural counseling/therapy. The superordinate nature of multicultural counseling/therapy The political dimensions of mental health practice. The politics of counseling and psychotherapy Sociopolitical considerations of trust and mistrust The practice dimensions of multicultural counseling/therapy. Barriers to effective multicultural counseling/therapy Culturally appropriate intervention strategies Multicultural family counseling and therapy Non-western and indigenous methods of healing Worldviews in multicultural counseling/therapy. Racial/cultural minority identity development: therapeutic implications White racial identity development: therapeutic implications Dimensions of worldviews Counseling and therapy with racial/ethnic minority populations. Counseling African Americans Counseling American Indians and Alaskan Natives Counseling Asian Americans Counseling Hispanic/Latino Americans Counseling individuals of multiracial descent Counseling other culturally diverse populations. Counseling sexual minorities Counseling elderly clients Counseling women Counseling individuals with disabilities Organizations and institutions as clients. Counseling moncultural organizations.
Rev. ed. of: Counseling the culturally different. Includes bibliographical references (p. 457-492) and indexes.
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