Counseling and Psychotherapy: A Multicultural Perspective
Covers the major theories in detail and takes theory directly to practice. This is the most detailed and specific of all counseling books in terms of helping readers actually practice counseling and therapy. The book has a strong multicultural orientation and illustrates how traditional theory can be adapted with many different populations. Professional counselors and counselors in training.
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