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Experiential strategy for constructing Multicultural Counseling Competence by way of Mary L. Fawcett and Kathy M. Evans is an amazing significant other textual content for college students getting ready for a profession in counseling or psychological well-being. psychological well-being workers-in-training have to learn how to paintings successfully with consumers from various backgrounds, and this article is helping them improve those key talents by means of offering a ready-made source of multicultural and variety actions that teachers can assign to augment pupil studying in school. it really is acceptable to all the middle classes within the counseling curriculum and it's developmentally designed to assist scholars construct multicultural and variety expertise from the start point to a sophisticated point.

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Although some people in the general society may view strength and direct behavior as desirable personal characteristics, others may view these characteristics as intimidating and overpowering. An African-American woman shared an experience that led to misassumptions based on a lack of cultural awareness: I came into work one day feeling pretty tired from staying up all night with my sick 3-year-old. I guess you can say I was not very communicative. No one asked how I was or if something was wrong.

The Multicultural Counseling Competencies 41 Explanatory Statements Can articulate the historical, cultural, and racial context in which traditional theories and interventions have been developed. n Can identify, within various theories, the cultural values, beliefs, and assumptions made about individuals and contrast these with values, beliefs, and assumptions of different racial and cultural groups. n Recognize the predominant theories being used within counselor’s organization and educate colleagues regarding the aspects of those theories and interventions that may clash with the cultural values of various cultural and racial minority groups.

They are aware of the life experiences, cultural heritage, and historical background of their culturally different clients. This particular competency is strongly linked to the minority identity development models available in the literature. Explanatory Statements n Can articulate (objectively) differences in nonverbal and verbal behavior of the five major cultural groups most frequently seen in their experience of counseling. The Multicultural Counseling Competencies 37 n Can describe at least two different models of minority identity development and their implications for counseling with persons of color or others who experience oppression or marginalization.

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