Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice 9th Edition

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<label>Publisher:</label> <span>Wiley</span>
<label>Condition:</label> <span>New</span>
<label>ISBN:</label> <span>978-1119861904</span>
<label>Author:</label> <span> Helen A. Neville</span>
<label>Format:</label> <span>Paperback</span>

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A group of seasoned professionals provide a thorough and current examination of multicultural counseling in the recently updated Ninth Edition of Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice, which integrates the most recent findings and theoretical frameworks in the field. The book looks at ideas including microaggressions, “minority stress,” “cultural humility,” the role of white allies in multicultural counseling, and social justice counseling.

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