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Culturally Alert Counseling

A Comprehensive Introduction

Second Edition

Companion Website


© 2013 | 624 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
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The Second Edition of Culturally Alert Counseling is a thorough update to the first comprehensive guide to culturally alert counseling, complete with a companion demonstration DVD. Co-author and editor Garrett J. McAuliffe expands the traditional "definition" of multicultural counseling from the usual two categories of race and ethnicity to seven groupings: race, ethnicity, gender, religion/spirituality, disability, class, and sexual orientation. With case vignettes and interactive activities, students will be informed, moved, and changed by the encounters with culture that lie in these pages. The book and companion DVD encourage readers to examine the complex nature of culture and how it impacts all stages of the counseling process.
Preface
Part I- Introduction
Garrett J. McAuliffe
1. Introduction: Culture and Diversity Defined
Garrett J. McAuliffe
2. Culture: Clarifications and Complications
Tim Grothaus, Garrett J. McAuliffe, Mona Danner, & Lynn Doyle
3. Equity, Advocacy, and Social Justice
Garrett J. McAuliffe, Bryan S.K. Kim, Yong S. Park
4. Ethnicity
Garrett J. McAuliffe, Tim Grothaus, & Edwin Gomez
5. Conceptualizing Race and Racism
Part II- Major Ethnic Groupings
Kathy M. Evans
6. African Americans
Bryan S. Kim & Yong S. Park
7. East and Southeast Asian Americans
Michael Tlanusta Garrett, J.T. Garrett, Lisa Grayshield, Cyrus Williams, Tarrell Awe Agahe Portman, Edil Torres Rivera, Gloria King, Tami Ogletree, Mark Parrish, & Barbara Kawulich
8. Culturally Alert Counseling with Native Americans
Lee J. Richmond & Mary H. Guindon
9. Culturally Alert Counseling with European Americans
Julie Hakim-Larson, Sylvia Nassar-McMillan, & Ashley D. Paterson
10. Counseling Middle Eastern Americans
Edward A. Delgado-Romero, Bailey J. Nevels, Cristalis Capielo, Nallely Galvan, & Vasti Torres
11. Latino/Latina Americans
Daya Singh Sandhu & Jayamala Madathil
12. South Asian Americans
Part III- Social Groups
Patricia Goodspeed Grant & Karen L. Mackie
13. The Context of Social Class
Heather C. Trepal, Kelly L. Wester, Lori Notestine, & Chris Leeth
14. Counseling Men and Women: Considering Gender and Sex
Dawn M. Szymanski
15. Counseling Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Clients
Karen Eriksen, Shelley A. Jackson, Chet Weld, & Susan Lester
16. Religion and Spirituality
Yvette Q. Getch & Adrianne Johnson
17. Counseling and Disabilities
Part IV- Implications for Practice
Garrett J. McAuliffe
18. The Practice of Culturally Alert Counseling: Introduction and Accessibility
Garrett J. McAuliffe, Tim Grothaus, David Pare, & Ali K. Wolf
19. The Practice of Culturally Alert Counseling: Assessment and Intervention
Appendix A
Garrett McAuliffe
Introduction: Culture and Diversity Defined
Garrett McAuliffe
Culture: Clarifications and Complications
Tim Grothaus, Garrett McAuliffe, Mona Danner, Lynn Doyle
Equity, Advocacy, and Social Justice
Garrett McAuliffe, Bryan Kim, Yong Park
Ethnicity
Garrett McAuliffe, Tim Grothaus, Edwin Gomez
Conceptualizing Race and Racism
Kathy Evans
African Americans
Bryan Kim, Yong Park
Culturally Alert Counseling with East and Southeast Asian Americans
Michael Garrett, J.T. Garrett, Lisa Grayshield, Cyrus Williams, Tarrell Portman, Edil Torres Rivera, Gloria King, Tami Ogletree, Mark Parish, Barbara Kawulich
Culturally Alert Counseling with Native Americans
Lee Richmond, Mary Guindon
Culturally Alert Counseling with European Americans
Julie Hakim-Larson, Sylvia Nassar-McMillan, Ashley Paterson
Counseling Middle Eastern Americans
Edward Delgado-Romero, Bailey Nevels, Cristalis Capielo, Nallely Galvan, Vasti Torres
Latino/Latina Americans
Daya Sandhu, Jayamala Madathil
Culturally Sensitive Counseling with South Asian Americans
Patricia Goodspeed-Grant, Karen Mackie
The Context of Social Class
Heather Trepal, Kelly Wester, Christopher Leeth
Counseling Men and Women: Considering Gender and Sex
Lori Notestine
Counseling Man and Women: Considering Gender and Sex
Dawn Szymanski
Counseling Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Clients
Karen Eriksen, Shelley Jackson, Chet Weld, Susan Lester
Religion and Spirituality
Yvette Getch, Adrianne Johnson
Counseling and Disabilities
Garrett McAuliffe
The Practice of Culturally Alert Counseling: Part One
Garrett McAuliffe, Tim Grothaus, David Pare, Ali Wolf
The Practice of Culturally Alert Counseling: Part Two

Supplements

Instructor Teaching Site
The password-protected Instructor Teaching Site includes:
  • Testbank
  • PowerPoint slides
  • Class Activities
  • Discussion Questions
  • Links to SAGE Journal Articles
Student Study Site
The Open Access Student Study Site includes:
  • Quizzes
  • Links to SAGE Journal Articles
  • Web Resources

"[The book] is made useful and moving by its focus on values, and the demo videos on the DVD bring the content vividly to life."

SirReadaLot
SirReadaLot

Love the detailed and comprehensive updated approach.

Dr Yvonne Larrier
School Of Education, Indiana University-South Bend
April 21, 2015

It was already in use from previous semesters in the counseling department. One issue is having a student who needs access because of a disability and SAGE was not able to provide access for the deaf and hard of hearing.

Dr Matthew Bonner
Counseling and Human Services, Lenoir-Rhyne University
February 3, 2015

Institution recommended another text. I use as a "recommended resource", as I found material very relevant to the study.

Ms Sharon Martin
Humanities, Emdpire State College
September 3, 2014

Book is designed for appropriate students new to the counseling education. It gives first hand information and outlook for the students.

Dr S. Alexander Riley
Arts and Health Sciences, United States University
September 21, 2013
Key features

NEW TO THE SECOND EDITION

  • Two added chapters on culturally-alert counseling practices include one on Counseling and Disabilities and one on the complexities and implications of culture.
  • Exercises address the impact of culture on the counselors' own lives.
  • New instructional guide for teachers.
  • Up-to-date additions include a section on how to do advocacy as a counselor, discussions on the nature and status of race and racism in the U.S., balancing cultural and individual factors in clients’ lives, stages of faith, and a consideration of LGBT issues, progress, and continued challenges.


FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Contemporary, professionally-filmed, multicultural counseling demonstration videos on DVD (complete with Facilitator’s Guide) are created by the author, bringing the context of the textbook to life. This amazing visual teaching tool offers separate videos of sessions with African American, Asian American, Latino/Latina, Conservative Religious and Gay/Lesbian clients. Companion DVD sold separately.
  • National leaders in each topic offer cutting-edge presentations with a deep but readable, and uniformly formatted, treatment of each cultural area.
  • Using a constructivist methodology, conceptual foundations beyond race and ethnicity are laid with discussions of social inequality, social justice, social diversity, and critical consciousness.
  • Cultural groupings in theory and clinical practice are inclusive of all people, both those in dominant and non-dominant cultural groups, so that counselors can work successfully with members of various cultural backgrounds.
  • Through many practical applications, such as cultural self-awareness activities, boxed anecdotes, engaging case studies, and much more, the book brings conceptual material into concrete clinical experience.
  • Activities emphasize cultural self-awareness, including assessment of attitudes toward diversity and revised, research-based cultural de-centering model that helps readers reduce their own ethnocentrism.
  • Key practices section includes an innovative application of narrative therapy to culture.

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