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Culture Specific Knowledge and the Ability To Empathize: Applications for Cross-Cultural Counseling Training
The acquisition of culture-specific knowledge through reading and/or experience is an important component of cross-cultural counseling education. This study explores the relationship between counselor trainees' culture specific knowledge and their ability to empathize in general. It would seem reasonable to assume that those who belong to a different culture and who are aware of the cultural norms of a different culture would also tend to be more empathic and vice versa.
Author/Creator: Steward, Robbie J., Borgers, Sherry, Jo, Hanik, Chambers, Tara, Brown, Nikki
Date Published: 04-03
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