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Applying a Cognitive-Behavioral Approach to the Training of Culturally Competent Mental Health Counselors
Claims that a cognitive-behavioral approach can help train culturally competent mental health professionals. Following the stages of intervention in cognitive therapy, culturally diverse counselors in training confront their own and others' cognitive distortions and develop a genuine sensitivity to other cultural perspectives. (EMK)
Author/Creator: Faubert, Marie, Locke, Don C., Lanier, Stephanie P.
Date Published: Jul
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Mental Health Counseling
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