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Developing Cultural Humility
Embracing Race, Privilege and Power

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© 2014 | 304 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
For many students, the word culture is synonymous with race and ethnicity. Yet, a large majority of students who go into counsellor education programs are Caucasian. By its very premise, multicultural therapy leaves out Caucasian individuals, leaving many to believe they have 'no culture' and feeling disconnected from culture, multiculturalism and social justice. Culture, as it is beginning to be defined, can be seen not as a particular race or ethnicity, rather, as the intersections of multiple identities. Thus, everyone, no matter what their race or ethnicity, has a culture.

This book is the first to deal with culture more broadly and attempt to help students examine their own culture. This allows Caucasian trainees to embrace culture and have a stronger connection to multiculturalism without feeling alienated from the discussion.

Rosie Phillips Bingham
Foreword
Miguel E. Gallardo
Chapter 1: An Invitation to Dialogue…And Reflection
Joseph G. Ponterotto; Eduardo Duran
Chapter 2: Finding My Cultural Selves: The Journey Continues
Pamela A. Hays; Usha Tummala-Narra
Chapter 3: Finding a Place in the Multicultural Revolution
Jeff Harris; Bryan Kim
Chapter 4: Moving between Majority and Multicultural Environments: Impact on Identity and Practice
Jessica Drew de Paz; Thema Bryant-Davis
Chapter 5: A Big Part of My Life
Alan Burkard; Kevin Cokley
Chapter 6: Choosing to be Involved
Ellen McWhirter; Lillian Comas-Diaz
Chapter 7: Still Walking
Daniel C. Rosen; Ed Delgado-Romero
Chapter 8: Beyond Dualities: Navigating Privilege and Marginalization as a Multicultural Psychologist
Rebecca Toporek; Patricia Arredondo
Chapter 9: Falling in order to walk: Reflections on my contextual identity development and responsibility as a White person
Jason Platt; Guillermo Bernal
Chapter 10: Stepping over a Baby’s Head: Thoughts on Privilege, Humanity and Liberation
Julie Ancis; Jean Lau Chin
Chapter 11: Relishing the Diversity Within and Without: A Journey with Many Influences
Miguel E. Gallardo; Allen Ivey
Chapter 12: Conclusion: What I see, could be me
Derald Wing Sue
Afterword
Lillian Comas-Diaz
Commentary: The Bridge of Transformation

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