Building Multicultural Competency / Edition 1by Joseph L. White
Researchers have discovered that the mental health workforce lacks adequate training and sufficient number of staff to meet the needs of a growing multicultural population. Building Multicultural Competency addresses this problem, and provides a workable solution relevant to today. Using a Multiracial/Multiethnic/Multicultural Competency Building model, individuals… See more details below
Researchers have discovered that the mental health workforce lacks adequate training and sufficient number of staff to meet the needs of a growing multicultural population. Building Multicultural Competency addresses this problem, and provides a workable solution relevant to today. Using a Multiracial/Multiethnic/Multicultural Competency Building model, individuals who are dedicated to the study of psychology will learn how to provide mental health services, education, and training to the growing multicultural population.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Foreword: Student Quest for Multicultural Competence Chapter 2 Introduction Part 3 Part I. Multiracial / Multiethnic / Multicultural Competency Building Model Chapter 4 Chapter 1. Cultural Trauma: A Critical Backdrop to Building Multicultural Competency Chapter 5 Chapter 2. "The Browning of America:" Building a New Multiracial, Multiethnic, Multicultural Paradigm Part 6 Part II. Promising Practices among Graduate Training Programs Chapter 7 Chapter 3. Creighton University: Beyond the Conceptual - Diversity Education for Faculty Chapter 8 Chapter 4. Counseling Psychology at University of Missouri-Columbia: The Development of an Integrative Multicultural Training Model Chapter 9 Chapter 5. Alliant International University, Los Angeles: An Anti-Domination Paradigm Shift in the Training of Community-Clinical Psychologists Chapter 10 Chapter 6. University of California, San Diego Student Counseling Center: Training for Multicultural Competence-A Different Way of Knowing Chapter 11 Chapter 7. University of California, Irvine Student Counseling Center: Lessons Learned Through the Commitment to Multiculturalism Part 12 Part III. Training and Mentoring New Generations of Scholars Chapter 13 Chapter 8. Training the Next Generation of Ethnic Minority Multicultural Researchers Chapter 14 Chapter 9. Multicultural Mentoring Chapter 15 Chapter 10. Managing Resistance: The Difference Between Success and Failure of Multicultural Competency Initiatives Chapter 16 Chapter 11. Challenging Dialogues: Working Through Resistance Toward Multicultural Understanding Part 17 Part IV. Forward Movement in hte Psychology Field Chapter 18 Chapter 12. The Evolution of the Multicultural Summit Chapter 19 Conclusion Chapter 20 Afterword: Student Perspective a Growing Edge
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