This widely adopted, seminal text builds on the strengths of previous editions and offers sound direction from leading experts for multicultural practice with diverse client groups in a variety of
settings. Fully updated and inclusive of feedback from educators and practitioners, this edition goes to the core of what constitutes culturally competent counseling and interventions with the
Asian and Pacific Islanders
Multiracial individuals and families
Women and men
People with disabilities
Economically disadvantaged clients
Case studies and innovative counseling techniques throughout the text emphasize the development
of a productive working alliance between counselors and their clients, personal awareness
and skill building, and practical application. Chapters on framing ethical issues in a multicultural
context and increasing global literacy conclude the book.
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Front Matter (PDF)
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