The Essential Guide to the Multicultural Counseling Internship (Paperback)Stacy L. Bender (author)
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The book begins with a chapter dedicated to intake, assessment, and documentation, and helps readers to better understand the cultural factors that impact these processes and the potential biases that can arise for clinicians. Students learn about the potential misidentification and over- or underrepresentation of mental health challenges for individuals from various cultural groups. Later chapters address effective relationship building, case conceptualization, treatment planning, transference, countertransference, and boundaries. Ethics, professional conduct, risk assessment, and self-care are addressed. Throughout, the material features focus on the multicultural counseling experience and how future clinicians can better understand, connect with, and build effective treatment plans for patients from a variety of backgrounds.
A comprehensive guide with a thoroughly modern and relevant focus, The Essential Guide to the Multicultural Counseling Internship is ideal for graduate-level counseling programs.
Publisher: Cognella, Inc
Number of pages: 236
Weight: 1 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
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