• The book is edited by pioneers in the field who helped found the multicultural movement in the 1980s. • A useful five-part, 24-chapter format provides balanced coverage. • Broad coverage explores a wide range of topics, from spirituality in counseling across cultures to culturally appropriate counseling interventions with diverse client populations. • Critical Incidents (expanded cases) offer students the opportunity to analyze and think critically about a variety of cultural situations.
- Introduction: Learning From Our “Culture Teachers”
- ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS OF CROSS-CULTURAL COUNSELING
- ETHNOCULTURAL CONTEXTS AND CROSS-CULTURAL COUNSELING
- COUNSELING ISSUES IN BROADLY DEFINED CULTURAL CATEGORIES
- COUNSELING INDIVIDUALS IN TRANSITIONAL, TRAUMATIC, OR EMERGENT SITUATIONS
- PROFESSIONAL COUNSELING IN A SELECTION OF CULTURE-MEDIATED HUMAN CONDITIONS AND CIRCUMSTANCES