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Homicide Crisis Intervention in a Multicultural School Setting
This paper summarizes information concerning homicide crisis intervention in a multicultural school that would be useful for school psychologists. School psychologists are encouraged to be introspective about their own beliefs about death, grief, and multiculturalism. This paper discusses the eight factors to consider when providing services to multicultural students, parents, and communities as well as 10 commonly reported cultural biases about multicultural counseling and development.
Author/Creator: Tramonte, Michael R.
Date Published: 04-08
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