Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice, 5th Edition
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David Sue, PhD, is a Professor of Psychology and an associate at the Center for Cross-Cultural Research at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington. He has served as the director of the Psychology Counseling Clinic and was the chairperson of the Mental Health Counseling Program for twelve years.
Table of Contents
|The multiple dimensions of multicultural counseling and therapy|
|The affective and conceptual dimensions of multicultural counseling/therapy||p. 3|
|The multicultural journey to cultural competence : personal narratives||p. 5|
|The superordinate nature of multicultural counseling and therapy||p. 29|
|The political dimensions of mental health practice||p. 53|
|The politics of counseling and psychotherapy||p. 55|
|Sociopolitical implications of oppression : trust and mistrust in counseling/therapy||p. 79|
|Racial, gender, and sexual orientation microaggressions : implications for counseling and psychotherapy||p. 105|
|The practice dimensions of multicultural counseling/therapy||p. 131|
|Barriers to multicultural counseling and therapy||p. 133|
|Culturally appropriate intervention strategies||p. 157|
|Multicultural family counseling and therapy||p. 183|
|Non-western indigenous methods of healing : implications for counseling and therapy||p. 209|
|Racial/cultural identity development in multicultural counseling and therapy||p. 231|
|Racial/cultural identity development in people of color : therapeutic implications||p. 233|
|White racial identity development : therapeutic implications||p. 259|
|Social justice dimensions in counseling/therapy||p. 285|
|Social justice counseling/therapy||p. 287|
|Multicultural counseling and specific populations|
|Counseling and therapy involving minority group counselors/therapists||p. 315|
|Minority group therapists : working with majority and other minority clients||p. 317|
|Counseling and therapy with racial/ethnic minority group populations||p. 329|
|Counseling African Americans||p. 331|
|Counseling American Indians and Alaskan natives||p. 345|
|Counseling Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders||p. 359|
|Counseling Hispanic/Latino Americans||p. 375|
|Counseling individuals of multiracial descent||p. 389|
|Counseling and special circumstances involving racial/ethnic populations||p. 405|
|Counseling Arab Americans||p. 407|
|Counseling Jewish Americans||p. 415|
|Counseling immigrants||p. 423|
|Counseling refugees||p. 431|
|Counseling and therapy with other multicultural populations||p. 441|
|Counseling sexual minorities||p. 443|
|Counseling older adult clients||p. 455|
|Counseling women||p. 469|
|Counseling individuals with disabilities||p. 481|
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