Key Practices in Culturally Alert Counseling: A Demonstration of Skills

Key Practices in Culturally Alert Counseling: A Demonstration of Skills

By: Garrett McAuliffe (author)Mixed Media

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Description

Now, for the first time, students, instructors and practitioners can view actual video clips of culturally alert counseling in practice with this high-quality DVD and resource guide. Resource Guide - "Key Practices in Culturally Alert Counseling: A Demonstration of Skills" brings the content of the companion textbook "Culturally Alert Counseling" to life. Together, the DVD and resource guide provide students and busy professionals with the visual tools they need to understand key practice considerations when dealing with culturally diverse clients.This work: demonstrates issues faced by individuals from different cultures: The video segments touch on issues facing an African American woman in the workforce, a Latino couple in family counseling, a conservative Christian woman struggling with her faith, and an Asian American young adult facing acculturation challenges; illustrates key skills discussed in the text: Actual practices covered include practicing culturally sensitive diagnosis, highlighting racial/ethnic strengths, creating a welcoming environment, adapting language to meet the clients, listening with empathy, and more; and, brings culturally alert counseling to a whole new level: This is the first comprehensive guide to culturally alert counseling that is readable and experiential.

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About Author

Garrett J. McAuliffe is University Professor of Counselor Education at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. He received his doctorate in counseling from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, his master's degree from the University of Albany, and his bachelor's degree in literature from Queens College in New York City. McAuliffe's work focuses on culture, constructivism, counselor education, and career, and he has written or co-written six books on topics ranging from working with troubled youth to culturally alert counseling. He has created models for cultural de-centering and health-oriented client assessment. He spent thirteen years as a community college and university counselor, and prior to that, he served as a public school teacher in New York.

Contents

Introduction Outline of Key Practices in Culturally Alert Counseling Ch 1. Culturally Alert Accessibility Ch 2. Culturally Alert Assessment Ch 3. Culturally Alert Intervention References About the Author

Product Details

  • publication date: 17/10/2007
  • ISBN13: 9781412960328
  • Format: Mixed Media
  • Number Of Pages: 32
  • ID: 9781412960328
  • weight: 132
  • ISBN10: 1412960320

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