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A qualitative study examining discussions of multicultural perspectives in clinical supervision

Abstract Multicultural counseling competencies (MCCs) are fundamental to the ethical practice of providing services to clients. One such competency is the aspect of self-awareness of one's own worldview. As such, it is incumbent that attention to counselor's self-awareness be a part of clinical training. While research has begun to examine multicultural supervision, much of the research holds assumptions about the types of multicultural discussions that take place, as well as what may actually occur within these sessions. Little is known about what is discussed and how. This exploratory, qualitative study examined what actually occurs within clinical supervision sessions with regard to having discussion of multicultural perspectives, as well... (more)
Created Date 2010
Contributor Zapata, Angela L. (Author) / Bernstein, Bianca (Advisor) / Coon, David W. (Advisor) / Arciniega, Miguel (Committee member) / Arredondo, Patricia (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)
Subject Counseling Psychology / Clinical Psychology / Multicultural education / clinical supervision / counselor training / multicultural training
Type Doctoral Dissertation
Extent 218 pages
Language English
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Note Ph.D. Counseling Psychology 2010
Collaborating Institutions Graduate College / ASU Library
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