Case studies in multicultural counseling and therapy by Gallardo, Miguel E.; Neville, Helen A.; Sue, Derald Wing

By Gallardo, Miguel E.; Neville, Helen A.; Sue, Derald Wing

"Designed to be used in multicultural counseling classes, graduate point practicum, or as a part of a counseling recommendations direction, this casebook offers scholars with the chance to imagine seriously and the best way to include and follow multicultural abilities and knowledge in a therapy surroundings. This publication gains circumstances from major students and practitioners within the box and is written from either the perspective  Read more...

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In addition to being a counseling psychologist, Dr. Chambers is also a entering candidate of the Sisters of Mercy, Jamaica, and is involved in social justice initiatives on the island. Cynthia de las Fuentes, PhD, is a Psychologist in independent practice in Austin, Texas. Dr. de las Fuentes earned a predoctoral Congressional Fellowship with the Women’s Research and Education Institute and a Public Interest Directorate Fellowship with the American Psychological Association (APA) before graduating from the University of Texas at Austin.

She completed a two‐year fellowship at the Victims of Violence Program, Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School, specializing in the assessment and treatment of psychological trauma. In addition to her clinical practice, her research is broadly concerned with psychological trauma. She has published in the areas of domestic violence, trauma recovery, feminist therapy, the impact of trauma and migration on mental About the Contributors xlv health in minority and immigrant communities, narrative methods, political trauma, and homicide bereavement.

Anne’s Roman Catholic Church, a Jesuit parish in Kingston. Dr. Chambers completed her doctoral degree at Teachers College, Columbia University, where she studied counseling trainees’ perceptions of persons in poverty, participatory action research as a therapeutic intervention in marginalized communities, and the experiences of coping with unemployed poverty. She completed her American Psychological Association–approved clinical internship at Jacobi Medical Center, then worked in community mental health for one year before returning to Jamaica.

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