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SHAWN O. UTSEY, CAROL A. GERNAT & MARK A. BOLDEN

In: Handbook of Racial & Ethnic Minority Psychology

Chapter 7: Teaching Racial Identity Development and Racism Awareness: Training in Professional Psychology Programs

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Teaching Racial Identity Development and Racism Awareness: Training in Professional Psychology Programs
Teaching racial identity development and racism awareness: Training in professional psychology programs

The increasing racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity of the consumers of psychological services has forced mental health practitioners to seek new, more culturally appropriate techniques and interventions. Consequently, the past 25 years have witnessed an explosion in the counseling and applied psychology literature with regard to cross-cultural {cross-cultural and multicultural are used interchangeably throughout this chapter) counseling and training. With increased attention directed toward preparing counseling and psychology trainees (henceforth referred to as trainees) for work with diverse client populations, a number of scholars have developed models for graduate-level cross-cultural training (e.g., Carter, 1995; Johnson, 1982; Pedersen, 1973). A review of the ...

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