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Multicultural issues in counseling; new approaches to diversity, 3d ed.


Multicultural issues in counseling; new approaches to diversity, 3d ed.

Ed. by Courtland C. Lee.

American Counseling Assn.


404 pages




Like its 1991 and 1997 predecessors, this book by Lee (director, Counselor Education Program, U. of Maryland at College Park) aims to present culturally responsive intervention strategies for counselors and human development professionals working with diverse client groups. Unlike those first two editions, this volume expands the concept of multiculturalism beyond the context of race and ethnicity to the issues of sexual orientation, disability, and socioeconomic disadvantage.

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