The Convergence of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender: Multiple Identities in Counseling
This book is refreshing, interesting, funny, sobering, and honest. It is different, inviting, provocative, fascinating, and rich—you can not find a more relevant and insightful work on multicultural counseling. Incorporates Story Bars and Case Studies into each chapter. Devotes an entire chapter to sexual orientation. Examines the impact of class on personal and social identity. Explores how race, gender, and culture play a role in counseling for client and counselor. For Counselors, Social Workers and Social Service Workers, Psychologists, and Corporate Trainers.
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