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Day-Vines, Norma L.; Bryan, Julia; Griffin, Dana – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2013
The continuum of broaching behavior is a conceptual framework explicating how counselors broach or have explicit discussions about racial, ethnic, and cultural factors with their clients during treatment (Day-Vines et al., 2007). Counselors can assume 5 particular broaching orientations: avoidant, isolating, continuing/incongruent,…
Descriptors: Behavior Rating Scales, Counselor Attitudes, Counseling Techniques, Race
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Cokley, Kevin; McClain, Shannon; Enciso, Alicia; Martinez, Mercedes – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2013
This study examined differences in minority status stress, impostor feelings, and mental health in a sample of 240 ethnic minority college students. African Americans reported higher minority status stress than Asian Americans and Latino/a Americans, whereas Asian Americans reported higher impostor feelings. Minority status stress and impostor…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Minority Groups, Minority Group Students, Asian American Students
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Graham, James A.; Harris, Yvette R. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2013
Practical information about culturally appropriate interventions with children of incarcerated parents (CIPs) of color and their families is notably sparse. This study uses a cultural-ecological perspective to contextualize individual, family, and legal issues inherent in many intervention programs for CIPs of color. The authors highlight…
Descriptors: Intervention, Parent Child Relationship, Legal Problems, Institutionalized Persons
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Brown, Carrie L.; Love, Keisha M.; Tyler, Kenneth M.; Garriot, Patton O.; Thomas, Deneia; Roan-Belle, Clarissa – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2013
Parental attachment and familial communalism were examined as contributors to the racial identity of 165 African American college students. Students with secure attachments and high reports of communalism were in the later stage of their racial identity development, whereas students with insecure attachments and lacking communalism were in the…
Descriptors: Attachment Behavior, Racial Identification, College Students, African American Students
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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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Pieterse, Alex L.; Carter, Robert T.; Ray, Kilynda V. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2013
The relationship between general life stress, perceived racism, and psychological functioning was explored in a sample of 118 Black American women. Findings indicate that racism-related stress was not a significant predictor of psychological functioning when controlling for general life stress. Perceived racism was positively associated with…
Descriptors: Females, African Americans, Stress Variables, Racial Bias
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Herrera, Catherine J.; Owens, Gina P.; Mallinckrodt, Brent – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2013
An online survey was used to examine 45 Hispanic male veterans' traditional machismo and caballerismo as correlates of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), psychological distress, and relationship satisfaction. Higher traditional machismo was associated with higher PTSD severity and distress and lower relationship satisfaction. Psychometric…
Descriptors: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Psychometrics, Veterans, Online Surveys
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Schnall, Eliezer; Pelcovitz, David; Fox, Debbie – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2013
The paucity of mental health studies with Orthodox Jews makes culturally competent counseling care unlikely. In this large-scale investigation of marriage among Orthodox Jews, most respondents reported satisfaction with marriage and spouse, although satisfaction was highest among recently married couples. The most significant stressors were…
Descriptors: Marital Satisfaction, Jews, Mental Health, Cultural Awareness
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Li, Ming-hui; Eschenauer, Robert; Yang, Yan – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2013
This study explores factors that influence problem-solving coping style across cultures. There was no significant difference in applying problem solving across U.S., Taiwanese, and Chinese samples. The effective predictors of problem solving in the U.S. and Chinese samples were self-efficacy and trait resilience, respectively. In the Taiwanese…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Problem Solving, Resilience (Psychology), Predictor Variables
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Llamas, Jasmin; Ramos-Sanchez, Lucila – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2013
The authors examined 83 Latino undergraduates to determine whether perceived social support of friends mediates the role of intragroup marginalization on acculturative stress and college adjustment. A mediation effect was found for college adjustment but not for acculturative stress. Results highlight the importance of friends for college…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Hispanic American Students, Disadvantaged, Social Support Groups
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Yeh, Christine J.; Borrero, Noah E.; Tito, Patsy – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2013
This study investigated family intergenerational conflict and collective self-esteem as predictors of depression in a sample of 128 Samoan middle and high school students. Simultaneous regression analyses revealed that each independent variable significantly contributed to an overall model that accounted for 13% of the variance in depression.…
Descriptors: Samoan Americans, Depression (Psychology), Self Esteem, Predictor Variables
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Jordan, Alexander H.; Lovett, Benjamin J.; Sweeton, Jennifer L. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2012
Social psychological research suggests that because of concerns about being perceived in stereotypical ways, people may experience negative affect and diminished attention and cognitive capacity during interracial interactions. The authors discuss this research in relation to therapy and assessment and also offer practical suggestions for ensuring…
Descriptors: Cultural Pluralism, Social Psychology, Racial Relations, African Americans
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Gonzalez, Laura M. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2012
Latino students attend 2-year colleges more often than 4-year colleges. This has an impact on the rate of bachelor's degree attainment, because the transfer rate between the 2 levels is low. The author uses national data to identify predictors associated with college-level choice and then uses social-cognitive career theory (Lent, Brown, &…
Descriptors: Transfer Rates (College), Bachelors Degrees, Hispanic American Students, Community Colleges
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Vera, Elizabeth M.; Moallem, B. Isabel; Vacek, Kimberly R.; Blackmon, Sha'kema; Coyle, Laura D.; Gomez, Kenia L.; Lamp, Kristen; Langrehr, Kimberly J.; Luginbuhl, Paula; Mull, Megan K.; Telander, Kyle J.; Steele, J. Corey – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2012
Gender differences in predicting subjective well-being (SWB) were examined in 168 urban adolescents. School satisfaction predicted life satisfaction for boys; for girls, family satisfaction predicted life satisfaction and neighborhood satisfaction predicted negative affect. Self-esteem predicted positive affect for both genders, but friends…
Descriptors: Ethnicity, Life Satisfaction, Adolescents, Gender Differences
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Nadal, Kevin L.; Escobar, Kara Mia Vigilia; Prado, Gail T.; David, E. J. R.; Haynes, Kristal – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2012
Racial microaggressions are subtle forms of verbal and behavioral discrimination toward people of color. The current qualitative study explores the experiences of Filipino American participants (N= 12), who described 13 categories of microaggressions, including being treated as an alien in one's own land or as a 2nd-class citizen, being presumed…
Descriptors: Filipino Americans, Aggression, Minority Groups, Counseling Techniques
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