Celebrating its 20th anniversary! The most internationally cited resource in the arena of multicultural counseling, the Handbook of Multicultural Counseling is a resource for researchers, educators, practitioners, and students alike. Continuing to emphasize social justice, research, and application, the Fourth Edition of this best-seller features nearly 80 new contributors of diverse backgrounds, orientations, and levels of experience who provide fresh perspectives to every chapter. Completely updated, this classic text includes new chapters on prevailing social issues and covers the latest advances in theory, ethics, measurement, clinical practice, assessment, and more. “This is the most comprehensive synthesis of cutting edge multicultural counseling research available. This is the gold standard and a must read for anyone working in a human services field.” –Audrey M. Ervin, Delaware Valley College

Addressing the Needs of LGBTQ Youth : A Counseling Imperative

Addressing the Needs of LGBTQ Youth : A Counseling Imperative

Addressing the Needs of LGBTQ Youth: A Counseling Imperative
Amy L. Reynolds

Social justice is at the core of the counseling profession. While the field has struggled at times to effectively and reliably implement multicultural or social justice guidelines (Fox, 2003; Speight & Vera, 2004), when examining the history of the counseling profession, it is clear that the underlying values are consistent with social justice and advocacy (Fouad, Gerstein, & Toporek, 2006; Goodman et al., 2004; Kiselica & Robinson, 2001). Whether you trace those roots to Clifford Beers, who single-handedly transformed the mental health field (Kiselica, 2004), or the work of Frank Parsons with impoverished boys in Boston (Fouad et al., 2006), ...

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