`A useful resource for counsellors wishing to improve their efforts at transcultural counselling.' - New Therapist `I found I enjoyed this edition because of the political analysis that the authors pose, and the understanding that racism and particularly institutional racism, do still occur and "that change will only happen if we all act more proactively...training bilingual counsellors and promoting anti-racism in the workplace. In the wider world, counsellors have a responsibility to advocate best practices for diverse communities"...it is a treasure trove for anyone interested in understanding the complex issues or working with and across cultures. The dynamics, patters and interactions Roger Herring descri




In this chapter our clients who have completed their counselling tasks will review with their counsellors the progress that has been made. We will also consider how to obtain and use feedback from clients. Skills for ending counselling will be examined, including how to manage relapse, and how to negotiate further contact. The effects of endings on counsellors themselves will be reviewed. Finally, we shall look at how clients can be directed towards alternative resources when they have ended transcultural counselling.

This is the last time we shall consider Clifford, Fred, Mathilde and Rahima, as they complete the counselling process, and continue with their lives independently. We shall look at the ways in which our four clients are prepared for the end of transcultural counselling. ...

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