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Handbook of multicultural counseling

Author: J Manuel Casas
Publisher: Los Angeles : SAGE, [2017]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Fourth editionView all editions and formats
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The Handbook of Multicultural Counseling is a well-respected resource and textbook which is often referred to as the most widely used reference in the arena of multicultural counseling. It helped  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J Manuel Casas
ISBN: 9781452291512 1452291519
OCLC Number: 938703410
Description: xviii, 669 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Part I. Multicultural counseling: Past and present. 1)The history of multicultural psychology: From the perspective of two opposing forces / J. Manuel Casas --
2)Fostering the development of a social justice perspective and action: Finding a social justice voice / Rebecca L. Toporek, William Sapigao, and Bryan O. Rojas-Arauz --
3)A review of the counseling professions' ethical guideline: Are they meeting the challenges of today's society? / Charlene Alexander and Amy Mitchell --
4)A personal assessment of the ebb and flow of the multicultural counseling movement (MCM) / Michael D'Andrea --
Part II. Honoring our elders: Life stories of pioneers in multicultural counseling and psychology. Pushed by the past and pulled by the future: Thoughts and comments regarding the inclusion of life stories in the handbook / J. Manuel Casas. 5)From five sides of the desk: The roles of disability in my life / Martha E. Banks --
6)Multiculturalism--the final frontier: Resistance is not futile / Guillermo Bernal --
7)The road less traveled: Research on race / Robert T. Carter --
8)My life story: My quest for cultural relevance in psychology / Fanny M. Cheung --
9)Healing: Reclaiming my ancestral legacy / Lillian Comas-Díaz --
10)It took a village: The backs that were my bridges / Beverly A. Greene --
11)Child of the Civil Rights era: Formative influences on my personal and professional lives / Bertha Garrett Holliday --
12)I understand: Memories of a constant contrarian / Anthony J. Marsella --
13)Multicultural pioneer: Confessions of a warrior and healer / Thomas A. Parham --
14)Landscaping my life journey: Unpeeling a "banana" / Lisa A. Suzuki --
15)Pioneer life story: Listening to the still, small voice / Beverly Daniel Tatum --
16)Reflections of an American Indian pediatric psychologist / Diane J. Willis --
17)Factors and experiences of life: Reflections on the accomplishments of the pioneers / J. Manuel Casas --
Part III. Giving meaning and purpose to multicultural counseling endeavors. 18)Toward a cultural evidence-based psychotherapy / Martin La Roche, Michael S. Christopher, and Lindsey M. West --
19)Into the field: Anticolonial and indigenous perspectives and strategies for counseling interventions / Christine J. Yeh, Darrick Smith, and Noah E. Borrero --
20)Storytelling and other indigenous teachings: From culture to clinical practice / Dolores Subia BigFoot --
21)Multicultural training and supervision in research and service / Changming Duan and Alexandra Smith --
22)Counseling psychology and disenfranchisement: Using what we have to change the game / Laura Smith --
Part IV. Current and future trends in multicultural counseling research. 23)Innovative approaches: Emphasizing effectiveness and social justice for ethnocultural populations / Laura Kohn-Wood, Donna K. Nagata, Jackie H. J. Kim, and Ahjane D. Macquoid --
24)Category-based and feature-based bias: Measurement and application / Elena V. Stepanove and Nao Hagiwara --
25)Psychological assessment: A brief examination of procedures, frequently used tests, and culturally based measures / Lisa A. Suzuki, Elsa Lee, and Ellen L. Short --
Part V. Emerging issues and movements in multicultural counseling psychology. 26)Multicultural positive psychology: Cultural perspectives of the good life / Lisa Y. Flores, Lisa M. Edwards, and Jennifer Teramoto Pedrotti --
27)Multicultural spirituality: A syncretistic approach to healing, liberation, and social justice / Lillian Comas-Díaz --
28)International engagement in counseling and psychology: History, forums, issues, and directions / Andrés J. Consoli, Merry Bullock, and Melissa L. Morgan Consoli --
29)Multicultural competence in the delivery of technology-mediated mental health services / Cynthia de las Fuentes and Martha Ramos Duffer --
30)Interdisciplinarity in multicultural psychology: An integrated review and case examples / Oksana Yakushko, Sherry C. Wang, and Charlotte M. McCloskey --
31)Violence prevention in schools and communities: Multicultural and contextual considerations / Amanda B. Nickerson, Matthew J. Mayer, Dewey G. Cornell, Shane R. Jimerson, David Osher, and Dorothy L. Espelage --
32)Considering definitional issues, cultural components, and the impact of trauma when counseling vulnerable youth susceptible to gang involvement / Joey Nuñez Estrada Jr., Robert A. Hernandez,and Steven W. Kim --
33)Cultural issues in counseling today's military veterans / Molly K. Tschopp and Michael P. Frain --
34)Caution: IMmigration mY be harmful to your mental health / J. Manuel Casas --
35)Difficult dialogues in counselor training and higher education / Roger L. Worthington, and Marvyn R. Arévalo Avalos --
Part VI. Affirming multiple identities. 36)IMmigrants and refugees: A contextual counseling perspective / Pratyusha Tummala-Narra and Anita Deshpande --
37)Addressing the needs of LGBTQ youth: A counseling imperative / Amy L. Reynolds --
38)Multicultural counseling with older adults: Considerations for intervention and assessment / Katy L. Ford and Martha R. Crowther --
39)Perspectives on disability within integrated health care / Colleen Clemency Cordes, Rebecca P. Cameron, Linda R. Mona, Maggie L. Syme and Alette Coble-Temple --
40)Disaster survivors: Implications for counseling / Beth Boyd and Hitomi Gunsolley --
41)Counseling Middle Eastern Americans: Challenges and opportunities / Ayşe Çiftçi and Lamise Shawahin --
42)Multicultural self-awareness challenges for trainers: Examining intersecting identities of power and oppression / Margo A. Jackson and Jaya T. Mathew --
Part VII. Culture and intervention. 43)Underserved rural communities: Challenges and opportunities for improved practice / Cindy L. Juntunen and Melissa A. Quincer --
44)Underserved urban community interventions / Justin C. Perry, Eric W. Wallace, and Lela L. Pickett --
45)Career counseling: Updates on theory and practice / Neeta Kantamneni and Nichole Shada --
46)Organizational change in institutions of higher education / Patricia Arredondo and Lubnaa Badriyyah Abdullah --
Epilogue / Joseph G. Ponterotto.
Responsibility: J. Manuel Casas, University of California, Santa Barbara, Lisa A. Suzuki, New York University, Charlene M. Alexander, Ball State University, and Margo A. Jackson, Fordham University.

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