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Diversity in Counseling

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780875814490

ISBN10:
0875814492
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/17/2003
Publisher(s):
Brooks Cole

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Summary

Designed to help readers gain a better understanding of cultural dynamics, this book encourages students to examine their own biases and perspectives and apply the material to clinical practice. The text provides a comprehensive examination of issues concerning ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation and mixed cultural identities and assists the reader in applying the information to counseling. Each chapter includes critical thinking material, consisting of insight exercises, personal stories, and questions to consider.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
PART I Aspects of Diversity
1(28)
Introduction to Diversity
3(26)
Use of Social Influence in Counseling Diverse Clients
9(2)
Recognizing Cultural Bias
11(1)
Deficit Hypothesis
12(4)
Appreciating Divergent Worldviews
16(2)
Recognizing Your Prejudices
18(5)
Ethnicity Models
23(4)
Achieving Multicultural Competence
27(1)
Questions to Consider
28(1)
PART II Counseling Ethnic Populations
29(134)
African Americans
31(27)
History of Oppression
31(3)
Family
34(2)
Economics
36(3)
Education
39(3)
Health
42(2)
Cultural Uniqueness
44(4)
Psychological Issues
48(2)
Within-Group Differences
50(2)
Counseling Issues
52(3)
Gwen's Story
55(1)
Questions to Consider
56(2)
Latin Americans
58(25)
History of Oppression
60(2)
Family
62(2)
Economics
64(2)
Education
66(2)
Health
68(3)
Cultural Uniqueness
71(3)
Psychological Issues
74(1)
Within-Group Differences
75(2)
Counseling Issues
77(3)
Alfonso's Story
80(2)
Questions to Consider
82(1)
Asian Americans
83(30)
History of Oppression
84(3)
Family
87(4)
Economics
91(2)
Education
93(2)
Health
95(2)
Cultural Uniqueness
97(4)
Psychological Issues
101(2)
Within-Group Differences
103(2)
Counseling Issues
105(5)
Suzume's Story
110(1)
Questions to Consider
111(2)
Native Americans
113(25)
History of Oppression
114(2)
Family
116(3)
Economics
119(1)
Education
120(2)
Health
122(1)
Cultural Uniqueness
123(4)
Psychological Issues
127(1)
Within-Group Differences
128(3)
Counseling Issues
131(5)
Little Dove's Story
136(1)
Questions to Consider
136(2)
European Americans
138(25)
History of Oppression
139(2)
Family
141(1)
Economics
142(2)
Education
144(1)
Health
145(2)
Cultural Uniqueness
147(7)
Psychological Issues
154(1)
Within-Group Differences
155(3)
Counseling Issues
158(2)
John's Story
160(1)
Questions to Consider
161(2)
PART III Gender and Sexuality
163(158)
Gays and Lesbians
166(37)
History of Oppression
167(2)
Etiology
169(3)
Family
172(4)
Economics
176(1)
Education
177(2)
Health
179(2)
Cultural Uniqueness
181(5)
Psychological Issues
186(2)
Within-Group Differences
188(1)
Counseling Issues
189(7)
Bill's Story
196(5)
Questions to Consider
201(2)
Transgendered Persons
203(32)
History of Oppression
206(4)
Etiology
210(1)
Family
211(4)
Economics
215(2)
Education
217(1)
Health
217(2)
Cultural Uniqueness
219(2)
Psychological Issues
221(2)
Substance Abuse
223(1)
Within-Group Differences
224(3)
Counseling Issues
227(5)
Children with Gender Dysphoria
228(2)
Transsexuals
230(1)
Transvestites
231(1)
Bonnie's Story
232(2)
Questions to Consider
234(1)
Women and Feminism
235(50)
History of Oppression
236(4)
Family
240(6)
Economics
246(4)
Education
250(3)
Health
253(6)
Cultural Uniqueness
259(5)
Psychological Issues
264(7)
Depression
265(1)
Eating Disorders
266(5)
Within-Group Differences
271(2)
Counseling Issues
273(9)
Hope's Story
282(1)
Questions to Consider
283(2)
Men and the Men's Movement
285(36)
History of Oppression
286(3)
Family
289(6)
Economics
295(3)
Education
298(2)
Health
300(3)
Cultural Uniqueness
303(3)
Psychological Issues
306(3)
Within-Group Differences
309(1)
Counseling Issues
310(8)
Mark's Story
318(1)
Questions to Consider
319(2)
PART IV Exploring Cultural Complexity
321(15)
Mixed Cultural Identities
323(13)
People with Mixed Cultural Origins
323(4)
People with Disabilities
327(3)
Ageism and the Elderly
330(4)
Conclusions
334(1)
Questions to Consider
334(2)
References 336(42)
Name Index 378(7)
Subject Index 385


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