Inclusive cultural empathy: making relationships central in counseling and psychotherapy
American Psychological Association, Jun 15, 2008 - Family & Relationships - 300 pages
Traditional and nontraditional perspectives on empathy, help-seeking, and healthy outcomes -- Toward more inclusive empathy: a survey of relational worldviews and alternative modes of helping -- Defining inclusive cultural empathy -- Affective acceptance: relating to and understanding ourselves and others -- Affective acceptance: embracing inclusion and developing empathy -- Intellectual understanding: race, gender, religion, and spirituality -- Intellectual understanding: examining other key cultural identity constructs -- Integral skills: hearing our culture teachers through empathy -- Integral skills: microskills for inclusive cultural empathy -- Empowerment applications of inclusive cultural empathy -- Conclusion: developing multicultural awareness, knowledge, and skill.
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