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Culturally Responsive Counseling, Hong Kong

This entry first provides background and definitions about counseling and culture. Using Hong Kong as the setting, a discussion of cultural responsive counseling is explored. By focusing on one culture and its development of counseling, a fuller and deeper understanding of what it means to be culturally responsive is presented. The world has become more interrelated and globally connected, so this entry provides an international perspective on how to learn from others and invites counselors, teachers, students, researchers, and the general reader to consider the concepts and models discussed for other contexts and communities.

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Counseling is a process of helping to promote self-understanding and self-awareness, and to enhance aspects of life such as personal relationships, managing stress, and problem solving. This helping relationship is ...

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