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A key supplement for courses on multicultural counseling, this book is a practical volume that will help faculty and students see demonstrations of multicultural counseling in practice. The text covers evidence-based practices for working with five major ethnic groups, while weaving in other factors such as gender, disability, sexuality, and more. Each chapter has two case studies by an invited expert who also provides commentary and lessons drawing upon each case.

Case Illustration: A Culturally Adaptive Conceptualization for 1.5-Generation Southeast Asian Americans
Case illustration: A culturally adaptive conceptualization for 1.5-generation Southeast Asian Americans
KaoChiu Saechao

The SISM presented in this volume encompasses multiple aspects of an individual's sociocultural identity, cultural ideological development, and the transcendence of culturally inherited and accepted interaction norms. Parham's (2002) Skills Identification Model offers skills that operationalize the clinical applications of this model. By referencing these two models conceptually and practically, a clinician working with Asian American clients can develop culturally responsive conceptualizations and effective interventions for working with Asian Americans. In this chapter, we present a case study of an Asian American family receiving services from a publicly designated culturally specific mental health service provider (i.e., counselor or psychologist) in order to highlight ...

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