By Kathryn MacCluskie
This can be the 1st and purely ebook available in the market that gives a theoretical framework on simple counseling skills. It presents a robust multicultural thread, in addition to a powerful emphasis on self-awareness. The e-book discusses the counseling method, the microskills version and assisting talents and methods, and contains built-in case conceptualization. Written for college kids, counselors, social employees, psychologists, and a person attracted to studying the fundamental ideas of aiding within the context of concept and alertness to varied populations.
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Case Example Anna is a school counselor working with juniors and seniors in a high school. The district is in an area of the city that is economically middle to low income and ethnically diverse. The counselor who had been in Anna's position and then retired told Anna that it was easiest to just send all the students to the local community college since none of their students make it through college anyway. However, Anna felt a strong obligation to make sure that all her students had access and encouragement to consider all their options for post-high school training.
Examples include gender, people who are over Chapter 2 • Multiculturalism and Diversity in Counseling age 65 who are referred to as senior citizens, people who are gay or lesbian, people who are of a particular religion, people with a particular type of disability such as a hearing impairment or autism, and so on. These variables of diversity occur independently of ethnicity. The presence of particular variables of diversity can result in higher likelihood of preferential treatment, or discrimination, in particular cultures.
Indeed, in the chapter about feeling reflection, you will see that it is not possible to have suffered every different kind of presenting problem your clients will have. Nevertheless, apart from specific details, you probably will have had some life experience that resulted in a similar emotional experience to that which your client is having. This shared emotional understanding becomes the gateway to empathizing with and validating your client's internal experience. • What if I laugh accidentally?