Handbook of Multicultural Counseling
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Handbook of Multicultural Counseling

Third Edition
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© 2010 | 848 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Praise for the Second Edition:

"This book is one of the best that I've read in the field! You can't get much better than this." ———Leo Wilton, SUNY Binghamton

"I have to say that I really love this book. I find it has a clear and consistent focus.
—K
yle Colling, Montana State University Billings

Widely respected as the classic text in the field, the Handbook of Multicultural Counseling is the world's most cited work on multicultural counseling. The new Third Edition is completely updated and expanded, with 53 brand new chapters covering state-of-the art advances in theory, ethics, research, measurement, and clinical practice and assessment in multicultural counseling and therapy. Contributing chapter authors represent nationally and internationally renowned researchers, clinicians, administrators, and social justice advocates.

Features of the Third Edition:

  • Latest developments on theory, research, and measurement of racial, ethnic, multiracial, and gay/lesbian identity development
  • An expanded research section covering quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research designs
  • New chapters outlining how to both design and translate psychological instruments for multicultural research
  • The latest ethical updates with regard to practice and research
  • Applied guidelines for clinical practice and assessment across the lifespan
  • Recent advances in multicultural career counseling across the lifespan
  • Updates on spirituality and multicultural counseling
  • Twelve new life-stories of multicultural pioneers who have helped shape the advancement of multicultural practice, research, and social advocacy
The Handbook of Multicultural Counseling, Third Edition can be used as a core textbook for graduate counseling students as well as a critical resource for counselors and other mental health professionals who are seeking to improve their competence in treating a culturally diverse clientele.
Preface
PART I: HONORING OUR ELDERS: LIFESTORIES OF PIONEERS IN MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGY
Eduardo Duran
Ch 1. Psychology as the Study of the Soul's Dream
Carolyn G. Barcus
Ch 2. A Personal History
Rosie Bingham, with student poem by Gloria Wong
Ch 3. My Life is a Balance Between...
Joseph L. White as interviewed by Thomas A. Parham
Ch 4. Transformative Adaptations to Linear Pathways
Patricia Arredondo
Ch 5. Living the Contradictions of a Mexican American Feminist
Amado M. Padilla
Ch 6. My Life in Fast Forward: Reflections on the Making of a Latino Psychologist
Richard M. Suinn
Ch 7. Life Messages, Messages for Life
Mary A. Fukuyama
Ch 8. Seeds of Consciousness
Susan L. Morrow
Ch 9. Roots of Activism and My Evolution as a Social Justice Advocate in Academe
Rhoda Olkin
Ch 10. Limping Toward Bethlehem: A Personal History
Allen E. Ivey
Ch 11. 50 Years in the Counseling Field: From Baba Ram Dass to Neuroscience
Michelle Fine
Ch 12. Loss and Desire in New Jersey
Joseph G. Ponterotto
Ch 13. Learning From Voices of Wisdom: Reflections on Multicultural Life Stories
PART II. ETHICS IN MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING
Melba J. T. Vasquez
Ch 14. Ethics in Multicultural Counseling Practice
Joseph E. Trimble
Ch 15. The Principled Conduct of Counseling Research With Ethnocultural Populations: The Influence of Moral Judgments on Scientific Reasoning
PART III: EMERGING AND INTERNATIONAL ISSUES IN MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING
Jennifer Teramoto Pedrotti, Lisa M. Edwards
Ch 16. The Intersection of Positive Psychology and Multiculturalism in Counseling
Stefanía Ægisdóttir, Lawrence H. Gerstein
Ch 17. International Counseling Competencies: A New Frontier in Multicultural Training
J. Manuel Casas, Yong S. Park, Brian Cho
Ch 18. The Multicultural and Internationalization Counseling Psychology Movements: When All is Said and Done, It's All Multicultural, Isn't It?
Ellen L. Short, Lisa Suzuki, Maria Prendes-Lintel, Gina Prendes-Lintel Furr, Soumya Madabhushi, Geraldine Mapel
Ch 19. Counseling Immigrants and Refugees
PART IV: RACIAL, ETHNIC, AND GAY/LESBIAN/BISEXUAL IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT: UPDATES ON THEORY, MEASUREMENT, AND COUNSELING IMPLICATIONS
Andrea L. Dixon, Tarrell Awe Agahe Portman
Ch 20. The Beauty of Being Native: The Nature of Native American and Alaska Native Identity Development
Tina Q. Richardson, Angela R. Bethea, Charlayne C. Hayling, Claudette Williamson-Taylor
Ch 21. African and Afro-Caribbean American Identity Development: Theory and Practice Implications
Marie L. Miville
Ch 22. Latina/o Identity Development: Updates on Theory, Measurement, and Counseling Implications
Mark H. Chae, Christopher Larres
Ch 23. Asian American Racial and Ethnic Identity: Update on Theory and Measurement
Laurie D. McCubbin, Thu A. Dang
Ch 24. Native Hawaiian Identity and Measurement: An Ecological Perspective of Indigenous Identity Development
Lisa B. Spanierman, Jason R. Soble
Ch 25. Understanding Whiteness: Previous Approaches and Possible Directions in the Study of White Racial Attitudes and Identity
SooJean Choi-Misailidis
Ch 26. Multiracial-Heritage Awareness and Personal Affiliation (M-HAPA): Understanding Identity in People of Mixed-Race Descent
Leo Wilton
Ch 27. Where Do We Go From Here? Raising the Bar of What Constitutes Multicultural Competence in Working With Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Communities
PART V: ACCULTURATION
Lourdes M. Rivera
Ch 28. Acculturation: Theories, Measures, and Research
Eric L. Kohatsu, William R. Concepcion, Patricia Perez
Ch 29. Incorporating Levels of Acculturation in Counseling Practice
PART IV: MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING RESEARCH
Joseph G. Ponterotto
Ch 30. Challenges and Rewards in Conducting Multicultural Counseling Research: A Heuristic, Archival, Phenomenological Study
Germine H. Awad, Kevin O. Cokley
Ch 31. Designing and Interpreting Quantitative Research in Multicultural Counseling
Kwong-Liem Karl Kwan, Younnjung Gong, Michael Maestas
Ch 32. Language, Translation, and Validity in the Adaptation of Psychological Tests for Multicultural Counseling
Heather Z. Lyons, Denise H. Bike
Ch 33. Designing and Interpreting Qualitative Research in Multicultural Counseling
Vicki L. Plano Clark, Sherry C. Wang
Ch 34. Adapting Mixed Methods Research to Multicultural Counseling
Timothy B. Smith
Ch 35. Culturally Congruent Practices in Counseling and Psychotherapy: A Review of Research
PART VII: SPIRITUAL AND RELIGIOUS ISSUES IN COUNSELING
Lewis Z. Schlosser, Pamela F. Foley, Ellyn Poltrock Stein, Jason R. Holmwood
Ch 36. Why Does Counseling Psychology Exclude Religion? A Content Analysis and Methodological Critique
Muninder K. Ahluwalia, Noreen K. Zaman
Ch 37. Counseling Muslims and Sikhs in a Post-9/11 World
John J. Cecero, S. J.
Ch 38. The Spiritual Exercises in Counseling and Therapy
John Huang
Ch 39. Counseling Persons From Eastern Religions and Spirtualities
PART VIII: MULTICULTURAL HEALTH COUNSELING: THE INTERSECTION OF PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH
Carolyn M. Tucker, Katherine D. Daly, Keith C. Herman
Ch 40. Customized Multicultural Health Counseling: Bridging the Gap Between Mental and Physical Health for Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Merle A. Keitel, Erica Tennenbaum, Heather Cunha Amato
Ch 41. Gender and Physical health: A Lifespan Perspective on Women's Fertility
Eric C. Chen, Ryan Androsiglio, Vicky Ng
Ch 42. Minority Stress and Health of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Individuals: A Developmental-Contextual Perspective
PART IX. COUNSELOR SOCIAL JUSTICE IN ACTION: LESSONS FROM THE FIELD
Alan W. Burkard, Michael J. Martinez, and Casey A. Holtz
Ch 43. Closing the Achievement Gap: A Social Justice Imperative for School Counseling
Roger L. Worthington, Jeni Hart, Taleb S. Khairallah
Ch 44. Counselors as Diversity Change Agents in Higher Education
Charlene Alexander, Stefanía Ægisdóttir, Lawrence H. Gerstein, Erin Snyder, Doris Kirkpatrick, Michael O' Heron, Elizabeth Sellers, Rebecca Hansen, Marlon Rollins, Timothy Gordon
Ch 45. Responding to Hate on a College Campus: The Stop Hate Campaign and a Multicultural Climate Assessment
Michael D'Andrea, Judy Daniels
Ch 46. Promoting Multiculturalism, Democracy, and Social Justice in Organizational Settings: A Case Study
Rebecca L. Toporek, Diane Dodge, Felicia Tripp, Laura Alarcon
Ch 47. Social Justice and Community Engagement: Developing Relationships Beyond the University
PART X: ADVANCES IN MULTICULTURAL ASSESSMENT AND COUNSELING
Jennie Park-Taylor, Allison B. Ventura, Vicky Ng
Ch 48. Multicultural Counseling Assessment With Children
Christine J. Yeh, Kwong-Liem Karl Kwan
Ch 49. Advances in Multicultural Assessment and Counseling With Adolescents: An Ecological Perspective
Alex L. Pieterse, Matthew J. Miller
Ch 50. Current Considerations in the Assessment of Adults: A Review and Extension of Culturally Inclusive Models
Luis A. Vazquez, Merranda Marin, Enedina Garcia-Vazquez
Ch 51. Advances in Multicultural Assessment and Counseling With Culturally Diverse Older Adults
George V. Gushue, Daniel T. Sciarra, Brenda X. Mejia
Ch 52. Family Counseling: Systems, Postmodern, and Multicultural Perspectives
PART XI: MULTICULTURAL CAREER COUNSELING AND DEVELOPMENT: UPDATES ON THEORY AND PRACTICE
Robert W. Lent, Hung-Bin Sheu
Ch 53. Applying Social Cognitive Career Theory Across Cultures: Empirical Status
Nadya A. Fouad, Neeta Kantamneni
Ch 54. Cultural Validity of Holland's Theory
Margo A. Jackson, Cesar A. Leon, Mira Zaharopolous
Ch 55. Multiculturally Competent Career Counseling Interventions With Adolescents Vulnerable to Discrimination
Mark Pope
Ch 56. Career Counseling With Diverse Adults
V. Scott Solberg, Judith M. Ettinger
Ch 57. Career Development Strategies for Older Adults From Diverse, Racial, and Ethnic Backgrounds
John Huang
Counseling Persons from Eastern Religions
Author Index
Subject Index
About the Editors
About the Contributors

Sample Materials & Chapters

Chapter 1 - Psychology as the Study of Soul’s Dream

Chapter 3 - My Life Is a Balance Between . . .

Page 175

Pages 357-358


Supplements

Student Study Site
The student study site features assessments and Life Stories from the 2nd edition of the Handbook.

This is an excellent book.

Dr. Alicia Lamberghini-West
The School of Professional Psychology at Forest Institute

I am taking more time to consider this text. Will continue to review and make my decision later.

Dr La-Don Jackson
Counselor Education, Argosy University-Schaumburg
March 26, 2015

Book no compatible with the overall course. great for supplemental reading however.

Professor Daryl Farrow
Social Science , Univ of Phoenix
May 1, 2014

Preferred alternate text due to practical examples and online support materials

Dr Jean-Marie Mitchell
counseling psychology, Prescott College
September 4, 2013

Utilizing for Multicultural Counseling course.

Dr Joel Filmore
College Of Education, Roosevelt University
March 13, 2013
Key features
  • Latest developments on theory, research, and measurement of racial, ethnic, multiracial, and gay/lesbian identity development. 
  • An expanded research section covering quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research designs. 
  • New chapters outlining how to both design and translate psychological instruments for multicultural research. 
  • The latest ethical updates with regard to practice and research.
  • Applied guidelines for clinical practice and assessment across the lifespan. 
  • Recent advances in multicultural career counseling across the lifespan. 
  • Updates on spirituality and multicultural counseling. 
  • Twelve new lifestories of multicultural pioneers who have helped shape the advancement of multicultural practice, research, and social advocacy. 
  • Contributing chapter authors represent nationally and internationally renowned researchers, clinicians, administrators, and social justice advocates.

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