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“We Are Still Here”

This article addresses multiculturalism as it relates to the Native American perspective. This article uses qualitative research in order to explore Native Americans’ perspective on subjects related to counseling to inform clinical practice and training. This article includes implications for the development of culturally-competent clinicians, limitations and suggestions for future research.
NBCC
April 15, 2020
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A Counselor´s Guide to Working With Men

A Counselor's Guide to Working With Men
February 01, 2014
978-1-55620-320-6
408
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ACA Advocacy Competencies: A Social Justice Framework

ACA Advocacy Competencies: A Social Justice Framework for Counselors
February 01, 2010
978-1-55620-293-3
288
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Addressing Clients’ Experiences of Racism

This article synthesizes the literature relevant to coping with racism to provide a 4-stage model for addressing clients’ discriminatory experiences. Major suggestions drawn from the literature include applying frameworks with a contextuallens, using broaching and eliciting skills to promote client exploration of racism and the effects of racism on persons of color, enhancing client racial and ethnic identities, and tailoring interventions to the clients’ culture and preferred coping strategies
NBCC
May 18, 2015
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Affirmative Intakes

How do you ask about clients’ cultural identities on your intake paperwork? Did you ever receive specific training about how to do this? In this Session we present our research findings about how clinicians ask for cultural identities on intake paperwork. We identify common issues, the implicit messages clients may receive from initial paperwork and practical solutions for making your intake paperwork more inclusive, accurate and affirmative with the aim of attracting and retaining underserved client populations.
NBCC
November 27, 2018
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Affirming Counseling Practice with Queer People of Color

Within the diverse LGBTQ+ community, queer people of color (QPOC) represent a variety of gender, affectional and cultural identities and experiences. Intersectionality offers a unique lens for understanding multiple minority identities, cultural strengths and resilience. Using intersectionality as a conceptual framework, the presenters will review current research, share personal and professional reflections from the field and identify culturally relevant affirming counseling practices with QPOC.
NBCC
November 27, 2018
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Carrying the Burden

This article provides a secondary analysis using a phenomenological research method on how counselors of color responded to clients' microaggresive behaviors. Themes that were identified in this data set included: (a) buffering and bracing for racial microagreesion, (b) experiencing the intrusions of racial microaggressions, and (c) strategizing and responding in session. The authors apply the Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies to their findings as a framework for considering practice and training implications.
NBCC
July 01, 2020
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Climate Change and Mental Health, Kit

Climate Change and Mental Health
NBCC
September 01, 2020
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Counseling Around the World: An International Handbook

Counseling Around the World: An International Handbook
February 01, 2013
978-1-55620-316-9
468
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Counseling for Multiculturalism and Social Justice, 4e

Counseling for Multiculturalism and Social Justice: Integration, Theory, and Application, Fourth Edition
February 01, 2014
978-1-55620-248-3
328
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