Race, Culture and Counselling

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Nov 1, 2005 - Psychology - 306 pages
This substantially revised edition builds upon the foundations laid down in the first edition (which addressed, amongst other subjects, issues of race and power, cultures and their impact upon communication, and a review of the dominant theoretical discourses influencing counselling and psychotherapy and how these might impact upon mixed identity therapeutic relationships.)
 

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Contents

Chapter 01 The climate the context and the challenge
1
Chapter 02 Issues of race and power
23
Chapter 03 Towards understanding culture
40
Chapter 04 Cultural barriers to communication
51
Chapter 05 Communication language gesture and interpretation
65
intentions and limitations
82
Chapter 07 Nonwestern approaches to helping
102
Chapter 08 Training therapists to work with different and diverse clients
120
Chapter 12 Updating the models of identity development
179
Chapter 13 Key issues for black counselling practitioners in the UK with particular reference to their experiences in professional training
187
have you noticed?
198
Chapter 15 Specific issues for white counsellors
204
addressing the intersections of class gender sexual orientation and different abilities
217
Chapter 17 Race and culture in counselling research
229
Definitions
239
Bibliography
244

Chapter 09 Addressing the cultural context of the counselling organization
144
supporting the needs of therapists in multicultural and multiracial settings
155
Chapter 11 The challenge of research
167
Index
271
Back Cover
275
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