Counselling in a Multicultural Society by Stephen Palmer PDF

By Stephen Palmer

ISBN-10: 0761950648

ISBN-13: 9780761950646

`The e-book aptly describes, explores and hits the middle of very advanced matters round race, racism, tradition, distinction, twin id, stereotypes, immigration and alienation... it's also very thought-provoking, elevating questions about one's personal skill to paintings extra flexibly within the consulting room with consumers of alternative backgrounds... it really is very good for a listing of assets, important for education reasons and an allowing "role version" for solid perform in counselling in a multicultural society. I loved it... it's going to be a required instruction manual at the shelf of each being concerned expert operating inside of a multicultural setting or atmosphere' - Transformations, The PCSR Journal

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L. (1994) 'Black mental health client's preference for therapists: a look at an old issue', International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 31 (4): 258-66. Triandis, H. and Berry, J. (eds) (1980) Handbook of Cross-Cultural Psychology. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon. UKCOSA (United Kingdom Council for Overseas Student Affairs) (1996) 'Changing cultures: developments in cross cultural theory and practice'. Seminar Report (ed. S. Sharples). London: UKCOSA, 30 January. Van Deuzen-Smith, E. (1988) Existential Counselling in Practice.

It is therefore imperative that we pay heed to the wise words of George Santayana: 'those who do not learn from history are condemned to repeat it'. The recent massacres in Bosnia, Rwanda and Somalia, would lead us to believe that we have learnt virtually nothing from the past. , reappear in prestigious journals and books (see Herrnstein and Murray, 1994). It was not until the early twentieth century that anthropology began to acquire some academic respectability. Anthropologists, led by the charismatic Franz Boaz (1911), started to undertake ethnographic field studies.

The following week the Toulons reported that Khalid was going to Kenya at the end of the month and Belinda would follow. She would be like a tourist for four or five days, but, Khalid said, 'She is worrying about it: Khalid would be working on the family enterprise, a new clothing factory with his father. Belinda pondered, 'Kenya is a strange country to me. No family there' (Belinda's family all live in England or in other major Western countries). Khalid Copyrighted Material THE CHALLENGES OF COUNSELLING 31 added there would be a clash of Belinda's Western ways with Khalid's family.

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