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Practicing Multiculturalism : Affirming Diversity in Counseling and Psychology

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9780205336401

ISBN10:
020533640X
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Pub. Date:
5/20/2003
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Pearson
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Summary

"Practicing Multiculturalism" facilitates effective multicultural practice by helping the reader internalize the principles of multiculturalism. This book represents a wide variety of perspectives, and focuses on the internalization of multicultural principles. "Practicing Multiculturalism" discusses emotional reactions in multicultural scenarios, values and assumptions, and power, priviledge, and contextual factors that impact multicultural practice. Unique content includes chapters devoted to spiritual and religious diversity (including Islam), activism and organizational multicultural competence, classism, an overview of the multicultural movement in mental health including past acheivements and current controversies, children's issues in a family context, international students and immigrants, and an ecological/contextual approach to assessment and treatment.

Table of Contents

Preface xi
About the Contributors xiii
PART ONE Overview: Understanding Multicultural Contexts
1(32)
Practicing Multiculturalism: An Introduction
3(14)
Timothy B. Smith
P. Scott Richards
Heath Mac Granley
Festus Obiakor
Why Practice Multiculturalism?
4(2)
The Aim of Multiculturalism
6(1)
Making the Implicit Explicit: Addressing Power and Culture
7(4)
Multicultural Competencies
11(2)
The Secret to Successful Multicultural Practice: Practicing Multiculturalism
13(1)
Conclusion
14(3)
The Multicultural Context of Mental Health
17(16)
Paul B. Pedersen
The Historical Context of Culture and Mental Health
17(3)
Multicultural Mental Health Theory
20(2)
Multicultural Counseling Skills
22(3)
Multiculturalism as a ``Fourth Force''
25(1)
Multicultural Issues and Controversies
26(4)
Conclusion
30(3)
PART TWO Multicultural Skill Development
33(88)
Awareness and Identity: Foundational Principles of Multicultural Practice
35(22)
Chalmer E. Thompson
Psychological Blindness
36(4)
Two Case Illustrations
40(2)
Racial Identity Theory
42(4)
Racial Identity Assessments: The Cases of Mr. Sol and Ms. Hopkins
46(3)
Spiritual Identity and Awareness
49(1)
Racial Interaction Model: The Facilitation of Awareness in Counseling and Psychotherapy
50(7)
Intercultural Communication as Contexts for Mindful Achievement
57(19)
Billy E. Vaughn
Intercultural Communication and Its Obstacles
58(1)
Assumptions about Intercultural Communication Contexts
59(7)
The Roles of Emotion Management and Confrontation in Intercultural Communication
66(2)
Developing Intercultural Competence through Emotion Management and Mindful Communication
68(6)
Conclusion
74(2)
Working from Within: Contextual Mental Health and Organizational Competence
76(21)
Patricia Arredondo
Tiffany M. Rice
Springboards for Contextual Practice
77(1)
Overview
78(1)
Underpinnings of Contextual Mental Health
79(3)
Organizational Dilemmas
82(1)
Community Mental Health Practices
83(3)
Barriers to Cultural-Centered Practice
86(3)
Openly Addressing Resistance among Counselors and Psychologists
89(1)
Multidimensional Activism for Change
90(4)
Conclusion
94(3)
A Contextual Approach to Assessment
97(24)
Timothy B. Smith
Assessing Client Contexts
98(2)
Evaluating Procedural Contexts
100(6)
Facilitating Accurate Counselor and Therapist Perceptions of Context: Recognizing and Correcting Personal Biases
106(10)
Conclusion
116(5)
PART THREE Considerations for Multicultural Practice with Specific Populations
121(190)
Effective Interventions with Children of Color and Their Families: A Contextual Developmental Approach
123(22)
Daisuke Akiba
Cynthia Garcia Coll
Interaction of Factors Influencing Child Development: The Ecological Systems Approach
124(3)
Biases in Research and Practice That Trivialize the Importance of Context
127(3)
Effective Practice with Children of Color through Understanding Unique Cultural Contexts
130(11)
Conclusion
141(4)
Counseling and Psychotherapy with African American Clients
145(22)
Leonie J. Brooks
Deborah G. Haskins
Judith V. Kehe
Descriptive Information
145(2)
Key Cultural Conflicts Encountered When Working with African Americans
147(3)
Contextual Issues
150(6)
Recommended Approaches to Counseling and Therapy
156(11)
Counseling and Psychotherapy with Latino/Latina Clients
167(23)
Alberta M. Gloria
Ester L. Ruiz
Elisa M. Castillo
Descriptive Information about Latinos/Latinas
168(4)
Psychosociocultural and Diversity Considerations
172(6)
Considerations with Latino/a Subpopulations
178(6)
Conclusion
184(6)
Counseling and Psychotherapy with Asian American Clients
190(25)
Nolan Zane
Teru Morton
June Chu
Nancy Lin
Demographics and Sociopolitical History
191(2)
Family Dynamics and Issues
193(3)
Age and Cohort Issues
196(3)
Gender Issues
199(1)
Spiritual Beliefs, Values, and Practices
200(1)
View of Mental Health Professions
201(3)
Strategies for Counseling and Psychotherapy
204
Case Examples
202(13)
Counseling and Psychotherapy with Native American Clients
215(19)
Aaron P. Jackson
Sherri Turner
Contextual Issues
215(6)
Treatment Issues and Approaches
221(9)
Appropriate Interventions
230(4)
Counseling and Psychotherapy with Arab American Clients
234(21)
Chris D. Erickson
Nada R. Al-Timimi
An Introduction to Arab Americans
234(1)
Arab Americans' Worldview
235(7)
Treatment Considerations
242(10)
Conclusion
252(3)
Counseling and Psychotherapy for Acculturation and Ethnic Identity Concerns with Immigrant and International Student Clients
255(21)
Gargi Roysircar
Models of Acculturation
256(3)
Case Studies of South Asian Immigrants and Implications for Therapy
259(8)
Case Studies of International Students and Implications for Therapy
267(6)
Conclusion
273(3)
Religious and Spiritual Diversity in Counseling and Psychotherapy
276(18)
P. Scott Richards
Roger Keller
Timothy B. Smith
Addressing Religious and Spiritual Diversity in Counseling and Psychotherapy
276(4)
Five Major Religious Groups in North America
280(10)
Conclusion
290(4)
Understanding Classism to Effect Personal Change
294(17)
William M. Liu
Donald B. Pope-Davis
Social Class in Counseling and Therapy
295(1)
The Need for a Subjective Approach to Understanding Social Class
296(2)
The Social Class Worldview
298(2)
What Is Classism?
300(3)
What to Do about Classism in Training
303(5)
Conclusion
308(3)
PART FOUR Conclusion
311(14)
Understanding Individuals in their Context: A Relational Perspective of Multicultural Counseling and Psychotherapy
313(12)
Timothy B. Smith
Matthew Draper
Need to Identify and Challenge Individualism in Counseling and Psychology
314(1)
A Relational Foundation for Counseling and Psychology
315(6)
Conclusion
321(4)
Glossary 325(14)
Judith V. Kehe
Timothy B. Smith
Index 339


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