Carl Rogers Counsels a Black Client: Race and Culture in Person-Centred Counselling
Roy Moodley, Colin Lago, Anissa Talahite
PCCS Books, 2004 - Psychology - 294 pages
Investigates issues of race and culture through the analysis of one of Rogers' own demonstration films. The film shows a young black man in a state of remission from leukaemia, in therapy with Carl Rogers. The analyses offered in the chapters of this books are all ultimately concerned with multicultural and diversity issues in counselling and psychotherapy.
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