The Convergence of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender: Multiple Identities in Counseling

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Merrill, 2000 - Education - 338 pages
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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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Robinson is Associate Professor in the Dept. of Counseling Education at the North Carolina State University.

Mary F. Howard-Hamilton is a Professor of Higher Education at Indiana State University. She previously served as a higher education administrator for 15 years, working at five institutions, where her responsibilities variously included orientation, developmental education, judicial affairs, multicultural affairs, commuter life, and residence life. She taught courses in student affairs, higher education, and counseling at the University of Florida; and at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana where she was also Associate Dean for Graduate Studies in the School of Education. Her areas of expertise are multicultural issues in higher education, student development theories, feminist theory and therapy, and consultation. She has published over 75 articles and book chapters, and co-authored or co-edited five books.

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