Multicultural Counseling and the Family

School of Professional Psychology and Health MCP 6103 2.00

Therapists need to develop awareness of cultural vartiations and acquire therapeutic tools to address those differences. The prevalent Eurocentric view of therapy as the only option for therapuetic process is challenged, and alternatives are discussed. Cultural and other human differences, including race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, class, gender, religion, language, and disability, are considered. Non-ICPW student; Non-CMHW student; Priority to MCP students

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