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Culture-Centered Counseling Interventions
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Culture-Centered Counseling Interventions
Striving for Accuracy

  • Paul B. Pedersen - Syracuse University (Emeritus); University of Hawaii (Visiting) , Maastricht School of Management

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Multi-Cultural Counselling

April 1997 | 344 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This volume introduces innovative ways of understanding and dealing with issues of multiculturalism in counselling. The author emphasizes that understanding the culture of clients is indispensable to the practice of good counselling. He includes exercises and applications in each chapter, and intersperses thought-provoking `culture notes' throughout.
 
Introduction
 
PART ONE: THE CULTURE-CENTERED CONTEXT
 
Defining Culture in Context
 
Managing Culturally Learned Assumptions
 
Managing the Cultural Context
 
PART TWO: SPECIFIC CULTURE-CENTERED CONTEXTS
 
Asian and Non-Western Contexts
 
Religious and Spiritual Contexts
 
International Student Contexts
 
Family Therapy in a Systemic Context
 
PART THREE: CULTURE-CENTERED SKILLS
 
Culture-Centered Counseling Skills
 
Finding Common Ground Using the Cultural Grid
 
Culture-Centered Ethics
 
Culture-Centered Controversies
 
Conclusion

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