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Culture-Centered Counseling Skills as a Preventive Strategy for College Health Services
Successful counseling is possible if health care providers learn to interpret behaviors within cultural context. The paper describes a culture-centered approach, using a grid that matches same/different behaviors and expectations. Culturally accurate knowledge and skills provide a developmental sequence for more appropriate health-care guidance in multicultural settings. (SM)
Author/Creator: Pedersen, Paul B.
Date Published: Jul
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of American College Health
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