For courses in Multicultural Counseling or as a supplement in Intro to Counseling courses, or Multicultural Psychology courses.
This cutting edge text recognizes that the identities that comprise people's lives are simultaneous and intersecting. It does not limit multicultural counseling to race, ethnicity, and culture, but examines the subject within the context of the multiple selves that exist in all people. The only book of its kind authored by African-American women, it moves beyond traditional methods of counseling to embrace feminist and diversity theories, methods, and techniques. By interjecting humor and fascinating stories, the authors have created an insightful, often provocative text that offers relevant suggestions for evolving into a competent multicultural counselor.
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