Cross-Cultural Counseling and Psychotherapy is a historical, conceptual, and applied resource for cross-cultural counseling and psychotherapy.
This text is divided into four parts, wherein the first part sets the foundations of the field by discussing its history, issues, status, overview, and ethnicity and interactional rules. The second part evaluates the expectancy effects and process and outcome variables in cross-cultural counseling and psychotherapy, as well as drug and other therapies across cultures. The subsequent part emphasizes the ethnocultural considerations, featuring counseling African-Americans, Hispanic Americans, Japanese Americans, American Indians, and Alaskan natives. This book concludes by presenting the future perspectives of the field.
This book will be very invaluable to counselors, psychotherapists, psychologists, and psychology students.
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|Size: ||49.0 MB|
|Date published: || 1981|
|ISBN: ||9781483189574 (DRM-PDF)|
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