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Romana A. Norton & Hardin L. K. Coleman

In: Handbook of Multicultural Competencies in Counseling & Psychology

Chapter 8: Multicultural Supervision: The Influence of Race-Related Issues in Supervision Process and Outcome

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Multicultural Supervision: The Influence of Race-Related Issues in Supervision Process and Outcome
Multicultural supervision: The influence of race-related issues in supervision process and outcome
Romana A. Norton Hardin L. K. Coleman University of Wisconsin-Madison

The development of multicultural competency is now understood as essential to the repertoire of therapeutic competencies that counselors are expected to hone during counselor training (e.g., Ponterotto, Casas, Suzuki, & Alexander, 1995; Pope-Davis & Coleman, 1997). The development of such competencies may be seriously compromised, however, in supervisory relationships that are marked by racial and cultural conflict. The negative influence that conflictual multicultural supervisory relationships might have on the outcome of supervision might negatively affect counselor trainees' expectations of multicultural counseling encounters, affecting their overall professional development. Indeed, the process and outcome of ...

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