Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and PracticeAuthor:
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Pub Date: 2012
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If it would address the discrimination of the culturally white community in today's society, as opposed to writing about them being supreme leaders and evil doers. I was onboard at the beginning, but there was never any let up. Also, there might have been a break down of the culturally white supreme beings since women in general are discriminated against, and had little do to do with all the atrocities written about done by men.read more
Some of the actual historical stories that were told, like Japanese camps, etc. Some of the examples had me do further research on my own.
this book talked about things that you know so it was easy to read and understand this book did not get used that much in class but we used it as a go to to write papersread more
this book can be used to help you right papers and tell you where to go to get information
How even though there are different cultures we are all the same. It ok to be different from each other.read more
The book was very helpful in learning about diversity and how to be accepting.
I like the way this book is design and the color is perfect, and most important it had helped me with the classes I took.read more
There is nothing least helpful to me because I like everything this book has to offer.
This book was difficult to read and follow along.read more
The class was good but other sources were needed for this class.
There was no part of this book that was not informative regarding multicultural counseling. The authors provided several points on effective counseling diverse cultures. This book provides several means of interventional measures in counseling as well. I would highly recommend this book to any higher educational learner studying multicultural counseling or pursuing a counseling career.read more
Maybe more example or case studies might increase the value of this book.
The primary subject of the Family Therapy book was touching on the major theories and schools of thought within the family therapy aspect of the counseling field. It give brief, yet, informative history on the forefather and other great mind that have contributed to the field of family counseling.read more
I learned that family therapy should be included in all practices. Because a person's family of origin tell one a lot about the person's thought processes, reaction, emotions, and the "whys" and/or correlations behind them.
Pub Date: 2012