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Multicultural Counseling Competencies as Tools to Address Oppression and Racism
The background, rationale, and framework of the multicultural competencies documents are discussed. Central concepts include development of awareness of personal assumptions, values, and biases; understanding the worldview of the culturally different client; and developing appropriate intervention strategies and techniques. Operationalization is accomplished through the "Dimensions of Personal Identity Model." (Author/EMK)
Contributor: Arredondo, Patricia
Date Published: Win
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Counseling & Development
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Special issue: "Racism: Healing Its Effects." For related articles, see CG 554 479-554 502.
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