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Intercultural Perspectives on Family Counseling, Paperback / softback Book

Intercultural Perspectives on Family Counseling Paperback / softback

Edited by Brian (Florida Atlantic University, USA) Canfield

Part of the Family Systems Counseling: Innovations Then and Now series

Paperback / softback

Description

Intercultural Perspectives on Family Counseling expands cultural awareness in the practice of family counseling by offering cultural-specific perspectives for addressing common issues that emerge in dyadic, marital, and family relationships around the globe.

The topics illuminated in the book serve to sharpen cultural mindfulness and expand the reader's knowledge and understanding of intercultural family counseling issues.

Each chapter examines a couple or family-related clinical issue, offering clinical intervention strategies within the context of a specific cultural population.

By representing various national and cultural identities, this book showcases a transcultural understanding of family.

Students and practicing marriage and family counselors and therapists will benefit greatly from this clinical resource that exposes them to the similarities and differences in addressing client issues across cultures.

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