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

Reflections of an American Indian Pediatric Psychologist

Reflections of an American Indian Pediatric Psychologist

Reflections of an American Indian Pediatric Psychologist
Diane J. Willis

It is an honor to be asked to contribute to the section of this Handbook on personal life stories of pioneers in multicultural counseling and psychology. I am a proud Native American and a member of the Kiowa Tribe. The following is a brief overview of my personal and professional life experiences.

My Family History

I am the eldest of seven children born to William Pascal and Zelma Bynum Willis. My father was a member of the Kiowa Tribe, my mother was White. My great-great-grandmother was Eagle Wing, a full-blood Kiowa who was married to Calisay, a full-blood Mexican who was captured at age 5 years and ...

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