Each chapter is a complete, cohesive unit that can be used either as a stand-alone course or used together as a complete, cohesive unit or as an ongoing resource for multicultural counseling. The text presents a comprehensive overview of multicultural counseling theory and practice from a wide array of cultural perspectives. It features a field-tested approach to multicultural counseling that includes a focus on the development of students' personal and professional multicultural counseling competencies. Many exercises have been rewritten or added to address new multicultural issues.
This edition has been completely revised to address the latest trends in multicultural counseling and include a chapter on Mental Health and Mental Illness. There are also chapters on a range of ethnic and racial groups and family counseling, as well as updates to a number of the chapters pertaining to LGBTQ issues, Gender and Sexuality, Counselling of Children, and Families of Transgender People.
The text now includes a new chapter on LGBT counseling. It features the most up-to-date information on pertinent issues such as sexuality and sexual orientation, multiple forms of family, the experience of same-sex couples, and issues related to the high rates of suicide among lesbians, gays, and bisexuals.
Chapters have been streamlined and topical divisions of the previous edition have been revised to provide a more cohesive and effective approach to multicultural counseling. A new emphasis on cultural humility has been added to the treatment of clients to provide a rationale for the development of culturally informed and responsive therapeutic interventions.
In 1952, Erikson published his first book, entitled The Young Child’s Understanding of Number and Time (Coles et al., 2002). The book was based on his earlier theories, published in 1929. Erikson (1951) said that, during the year he was writing the book, the theory had matured in his mind and that he was convinced about the validity of the theory he was developing. In the book, Erikson used a case study to explain his theory. The case study was about a child, Mary, who was 3 years old. In the book, Erikson concluded that the child was an artist because she observed some adult behaviors: the adults wear different colors of clothing, and she could distinguish between the adults’ actions. She concluded that the adult she met was a teacher and believed that he taught her to count and time.
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