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Multicultural Infusion in the Counselor Education Curriculum: A Preliminary Analysis
Counselor educators agree on the necessity of preparing counselors in training to work in a diverse society. Traditional training programs have no special accommodations and are characterized by unawareness of the impact of cultural factors in counseling. This paper describes how one university has been working activity to infuse multicultural counseling competencies throughout its program curriculum and analyzes how it uses a five-level pyramid model to incorporate multicultural counseling competencies into the required curricular experiences in a master's program.
Author/Creator: Ametrano, Irene Mass, Callaway, Yvonne L., Stickel, Sue A.
Date Published: 02-28
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