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Handbook of Multicultural Counseling

  • ID: 4031558
  • Book
  • 688 pages
  • SAGE Publications Ltd
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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

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Part 1: Multicultural Counseling Past and Present

J. Manuel Casas

Chapter 1: The History of Multicultural Psychology: From the Perspective of Two Opposing Forces

Highlights of the History of Multicultural Psychology

Two Forces Impacting the Development of Multicultural Psychology

Diversity Issues in the APA

Rebecca L. Toporek, William Sapigao, Bryan O. Rojas-Arauz

Chapter 2: Fostering the Development of a Social Justice Perspective and Action: Finding a Social Justice Voice

Foundations and Definitions

Beneficence and Shifting Access and Resources: Philanthropy, Social Service, Social Change and Social Justice

Positionality, Awareness of Cultural Self, and Development of a Social Justice Identity

Moving To Action: Fostering Social Justice Skills Toward Advocacy and Activism

Project Homeless Connect: Service and Justice

Power and Privilege: Engaging Youth in a Critical Examination

Challenges for the Future of Social Justice in Counseling and Psychology

Recommendations for Practice, Training, Research and Advocacy

Charlene Alexander, Amy Mitchelle

Chapter 3: A Review of the Counseling Professions Ethical Guidelines: Are They Meeting the Challenges of Today's Society?

A Historical Perspective

Review of the Ethical Standards

Michael D’Andrea

Chapter 4: A Personal Assessment of the Ebb and Flow of the Multicultural Counseling Movement (MCM)

Part 2: Honoring Our Elders: Life Stories of Pioneers in Multicultural Counseling and Psychology

Martha E. Banks

Chapter 5: From Five Sides of the Desk: The Roles of Disability in My Life

Guillermo Bernal

Chapter 6: Multiculturalism the Final Frontier: Resistance is Not Futile

The Early Years

Collaboration, Organization, and the Genorgram Journey: Graduate School Years

Changing Contexts

California Dreaming: First Faculty Position

Journey Back to the Caribbean

Ideology to the Test

Lesson Learned

Robert T. Carter

Chapter 7: The Road Less Traveled: Research on Race

I am a Racial-Cultural Researcher and Scholar

My Path as a Student and Researcher

Race-Based Traumatic Stress Research and Scholarship

Fanny M. Cheung

Chapter 8: My Life Story: My Quest for Cultural Relevance in Psychology

Lillian Comás-Díaz

Chapter 9: Healing: Reclaiming My Ancestral Legacy

The Island of the Spirits

Growing up with Magical Realism

Bridges to Ancestral Wisdom

A Transcultural Woman

Magical Realism in Psychotherapy

Conclusion: Lessons Learned

Beverly A. Greene

Chapter 10: It Took a Village: The Backs that Were My Bridges

Early Socialization: Lessons Learned

The First Black People I Knew Were My Parents.

The Roots of Who I am

My Formal Educational and Professional Development: “New” Inhabitants to My Village

Reflections on Personal and Selective Life Experiences and Events

Bringing My Village Together

Bertha Garrett Holliday

Chapter 11: Child of the Civil Rights Era: Formative Influences on My Personal and Professional Lives

A Matter of Context

Family and Childhood

Youth

The Post-Secondary Years

Conclusion: Looking Towards the Future

Anthony Marsella

Chapter 12: I Understand: Memories of a Constant Contrarian

Contributions

The Push and Pull of Life Experiences

Growing Up Sicilian in Cleveland, Ohio

Ethnic and Racial Differences

Religious Differences

Gender and Age Differences

More Than a Specialty: A Way-of-Life

Thomas Parham

Chapter 13: Multicultural Pioneer: Confessions of a Warrior and Healer

The Duality of My Identity

Developmental Years

College Years and the Value of Mentoring

Domains of Focus in My Career

Life As an Administrator

Research and Scholarship

Leadership in Professional Organizations

Advice to the Next Generation

Closing

Lisa Suzuki

Chapter 14
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J. Manuel Casas - University of California, Santa Barbara
Lisa A. Suzuki - New York University
Charlene M. Alexander - Ball State University
Margo A. Jackson - Fordham University
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