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Cheryl Tawede Grills

In: Culturally Adaptive Counseling Skills: Demonstrations of Evidence-Based Practices

Chapter 3: Case Illustration: Reflections on the Culturally Adaptive Model of Counseling for Persons of African Descent: An African-Centered Perspective

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Case Illustration: Reflections on the Culturally Adaptive Model of Counseling for Persons of African Descent: An African-Centered Perspective
Case illustration: Reflections on the culturally adaptive model of counseling for persons of African descent: An African-centered perspective
Cheryl TawedeGrills

The objective of the Skills Identification Stage Model (SISM) is to provide a framework for clinicians to develop specific skill competencies when working with culturally diverse clients. Parham (Chapter 2) appropriately counsels that “therapeutic work with African Americans does not begin with an initiation of particular skills, but rather with a profound recognition by the treating clinician of some fundamental constructs that relate to the client.” This evolved skill set is expected to lead to cultural proficiency and will require more than a mere “technique” fix. If the field ...

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