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Ratts, Manivong J.; Greenleaf, Arie T. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2018
Discourse represents the languages, ideas, and images that together shape one's understanding of the world. In counseling, discourse determines clinical practice. The authors posit that dominant discourse in counseling promotes an intrapsychic status quo that discounts the relationship between individuals and their environment, which often leads…
Descriptors: Discourse Analysis, Intervention, Models, Advocacy
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Choi, Gahee; Mallinckrodt, Brent; Richardson, John D. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2015
Undergraduates (N = 135) evaluated 1 of 4 simulated 1st counseling sessions. Two international counselors (Canadian and Korean) alternated between making or not making broaching statements about their language and cultural differences. Significant main effects for counselor nationality and interaction effects between counselor nationality and…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Attitudes, Counselors, Self Disclosure (Individuals)
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Soheilian, Sepideh S.; Inman, Arpana G. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2015
The authors used a factorial multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) to determine whether counselor trainees' group differences on measures of multicultural competence, empathy, and multicultural counseling self-efficacy (CSE) when working with Middle Eastern American (MEA) clients were moderated by trainee race. Two hundred and fifty-six…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Counseling Effectiveness, Vignettes, Counselor Client Relationship
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MacLeod, Bailey P. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2013
Social justice is considered the 5th force in counseling and has largely been aimed toward advocating for oppressed individuals and groups by creating change in the societal structures that maintain oppression. However, there is a lack of information for counselors who work with clients who oppress others. This article addresses assessment,…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Counseling Techniques, Ethics, Whites
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Meyer, Dixie D.; Cottone, R. Rocco – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2013
Limited literature is available applying specific theoretical orientations with American Indians. Solution-focused therapy may be appropriate, given the client-identified solutions, the egalitarian counselor/client relationship, the use of relationships, and the view that change is inevitable. However, adaption of scaling questions and the miracle…
Descriptors: Psychotherapy, American Indians, Cultural Relevance, American Indian Culture
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Braun, Frances K.; Fine, Emily S.; Greif, Dan C.; Devenny, Jean M. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2010
Accurate assessment of ethnic minority clients is often hindered by clinician bias and lack of culturally sensitive instruments. Multicultural guidelines can enhance clinician awareness and sensitivity in conducting assessments with diverse populations. These guidelines are illustrated using an Asian Indian American character from Lahiri's (2008)…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Guidelines, Indians, Case Studies
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Patrick, Shawn; Connolly, Colleen M. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2009
The authors present an experiential activity, the token activity, that increases student awareness of power and privilege dynamics. Student feedback is incorporated to offer perceptions and knowledge gained from their experience.
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Staff Development, Counselor Client Relationship, Experiential Learning
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Zhang, Naijian; Burkard, Alan W. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2008
Fifty-one clients were surveyed to examine the effect of counselor discussion of racial and ethnic differences in counseling. Analyses revealed that White counselors who discussed these differences with their clients of color were rated as more credible and as having stronger working alliances than those who did not discuss such differences.…
Descriptors: Racial Differences, Counselor Client Relationship, Ethnicity, Counseling
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Ferguson, Tara M.; Leach, Mark M.; Levy, Jacob J.; Nicholson, Bonnie C.; Johnson, James D. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2008
The authors examined differential contributions of Black racial identity and racial attitudes toward Whites in determining counselor preferences. Results indicated that racial attitudes accounted for a significant portion of the variance in same-race counselor preference. In addition, Black racial attitudes were distinguished from racial identity…
Descriptors: Race, Racial Attitudes, Racial Identification, African Americans
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Bhat, Christine Suniti; Davis, Thomas E. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2007
The authors investigated the role of race, racial identity attitudes and working alliance in counseling supervision using data obtained from supervisors in supervisory dyads. Results revealed the strongest working alliance for supervisor-supervisee pairs with high racial identity development and the weakest working alliance for pairs with low…
Descriptors: Race, Supervisor Supervisee Relationship, Racial Identification, Counseling
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Peters, Scott W. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2007
During their professional career, counselors may encounter a client who is deaf; however, they may feel unprepared to work effectively with this population. Counselors who have an understanding of individuals who are deaf through their history, language, and other important considerations might be better prepared to work with this unique and…
Descriptors: Deafness, Cultural Awareness, Disabilities, Counselor Client Relationship
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Ramos-Sanchez, Lucila – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2007
This study examined the effects of counselor language switching and counselor ethnicity on bilingual Mexican American participants' emotional self-disclosure. Counselor language (English only and Spanish with English) was crossed with counselor ethnicity (Mexican American and European American) to produce 4 treatment conditions. Judges'…
Descriptors: Ethnicity, Mexican Americans, Counseling Effectiveness, Counseling Techniques
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Wihak, Christine; Merali, Noorfarah – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2007
Eight non-Native counselors who temporarily relocated to the Native Canadian community of Nunavut were interviewed upon their return about experiences working with Inuit clients that challenged their professional training. Analysis of the counselors' narratives suggested that they used a social constructivism approach to manage confidentiality,…
Descriptors: Counselors, Ethics, Counselor Client Relationship, Canada Natives
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Liang, Belle; Tracy, Allison; Kauh, Tina; Taylor, Catherine; Williams, Linda M. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2006
This study examines differences in the mentoring relationships of Asian American and Euro-American college women. Findings showed that the groups view mentoring as equally important but that fewer Asians report having a mentor. However, those who have mentors find them to be just as valuable as do their Euro-American counterparts. (Contains 2…
Descriptors: Females, Asian American Students, Mentors, College Students
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O'Donnell, Melanie Merola – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2006
The author, a Caucasian doctoral student of clinical psychology, examined her ongoing interaction with Elaine, an adult woman of African and Native American descent. Incidents of learning during the interaction process are reviewed and qualitative and quantitative assessments are provided to examine the effectiveness of such interactions in a…
Descriptors: Interaction, Clinical Psychology, Females, Counselor Client Relationship
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