Counseling Across Cultures | 5th Edition
AUTHOR: Pedersen, Paul B. and Draguns, Juris G.
PUBLISHER: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
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- Study questions at the end of each chapter help instructors with guiding students' in-class discussion and testing of materials.
- Primary and secondary objectives placed at the beginning of each chapter give students assistance in understanding key points for each chapter.
- Up-to-date knowledge presented in each chapter provides students with the state of the art in research relating to and standards of practice for cross-cultural and multicultural counselling
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New to This Edition
Study questions at the end of each chapter. New chapters on: counselling aging individuals, school counselling, counselling individuals from specialized, marginalized, and undeserved groups (such as individuals from outsider religious faiths, persons with special health problems, and those from low-income areas), spiritual issues, multicultural aspects of health psychology, conducting research on cross-cultural and multicultural counseling. Expanded coverage of refugees and their families, counselling international students and sojourners, Pacific Islanders, and various clinical approaches to counselling the culturally different. Revised chapter organization: Chapters are now organized into 4 distinct sections, thus improving conceptualization of the area.
PUBLICATION DATE: 1/30/2002