Multicultural Competencies:A Guidebook of Practices

Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development

Gargi Roysircar
Daya Singh Sandhu
Victor E. Bibbins, Sr.

Foreword by: Jane Goodman
Prologue by: Victor E. Bibbins, Sr.

Table of Contents

Part One: Counselor Multicultural Training

Chapter 1: Experiential Training in Multicultural Counseling: Implementation and Evaluation of Counselor Process–Gargi Roysircar, together with David R. Webster, Juliann Germer, Jodi J. Palensky, Erica Lynne, Genelle R. Campbell, Yongwei Yang, Jie Liu, and Jason Blodgett-McDeavitt

Chapter 2: Multicultural Competency Interventions for Building Positive Racial Identity in White Counselor Trainees–Daya Singh Sandhu, and Eugenie Joan Looby

Chapter 3: Walking the Talk: Simulations in Multicultural Training–Paul B. Pedersen

Chapter 4: Engaging Students in the Quest for Competence in Multiculturalism: An Expanded View of Mentoring–Azara L. Santiago-Rivera and Marcia Moody

Chapter 5: Cultural Considerations in Counselor Training and Supervision–Marie Faubert and Don C. Locke

Part Two: Multicultural Interventions

Chapter 6: Women of Color and Substance Abuse: A Counseling Model for an African American Woman Client–Octavia Madison-Colmore and James L. Moore III

Chapter 7: Multicultural Issues in Assessment: Assessment Procedures With a Latina–Robert M. Davison Aviles

Chapter 8: The Power of Context: Counseling South Asians Within a Family Context–Arpana G. Inman and Nita Tewari

Chapter 9: Deconstructing Black Gay Shame: A Multicultural Perspective on the Quest for a Healthy Ethnic and Sexual Identity–Ron McLean

Chapter 10: Use of Narratives, Metaphor, and Relationship in the Assessment and Treatment of a Sexually Reactive Native American Youth–Lisa L. Frey

Chapter 11: Multiculturalism and Immigrants–Jane Uchison

Part Three: Multicultural Practices Applied to Theory and Setting

Chapter 12: Multicultural Competencies and Group Work: A Collectivistic View–Tarrell Awe Agahe Portman

Chapter 13: Culture-Centered Counseling From an Existential Perspective: What Does It Look Like and How Does It Work for an African American Woman Client?–Marcheta P. Evans and Albert A. Valadez

Chapter 14: Including Spirituality in Multicultural Counseling: Overcoming Counselor Resistance–Kathy M. Evans

Chapter 15: Applying Multicultural Competencies in the School Setting: Sexual Identity of an African American Adolescent–Canary C. Hogan

Chapter 16: Culturally Diverse Clients in Employment Counseling: What Do Multiculturally Competent Counselors Need to Know to Be Effective?–S. Craig Rooney and William M. Liu

Chapter 17: Multiculturalism in Cyberspace: Hypertext Hyperbole or a Bridge Between People?–Michael D. Hawkins

Part Four: Multicultural Organizational Development

Chapter 18: Against the Odds: Successfully Implementing Multicultural Counseling Competencies in a Counseling Center on a Predominantly White Campus–Mary A. Fukuyama and Edward A. Delgado-Romero

Chapter 19: Transforming College Campuses: Implications of the Multicultural Competencies Guidelines–Kwong-Liem, Karl Kwan and Deborah J. Taub

Chapter 20: Applying Multicultural Competencies in Predominantly White Institutions of Higher Education–Patricia Arredondo

Chapter 21: Multicultural practices in Historically Black Institutions: The Case of Lincoln University–Queen Dunlap Fowler

Chapter 22: Multiculturalism in the Military–Jim Henderson

Afterword: The Competent Practice of Multicultural Counseling: Making It Happen

Judy Lewis
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