Case incidents in counseling for international transitions

  • Arthur N
  • Pedersen P
  • Arthur, N.; Pdersen P
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Abstract

(from the cover) Using a case incident approach to teaching cultural sensitivity from a global perspective, this book explores the nature of cross-cultural transitions with clients from around the world. Specifically, it focuses on the many opportunities and challenges international workers, students, immigrants, refugees, and military personnel face at various transitional stages from initial entry to the host culture to returning home. Among the issues addressed are culture shock, acculturation, dual career transitions, isolation, family expectations, identity confusion, career concerns, immigration obstacles, posttraumatic stress syndrome, and readjustment on returning home. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved) (cover)

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  • Adjustment
  • Cross Cultural Differences
  • Globalization
  • Life Changes
  • Multiculturalism
  • counseling
  • cross-cultural transitions
  • cultural sensitivity
  • global perspective
  • international transitions

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Authors

  • Nancy (Ed ). Arthur

  • Paul (Ed ). Pedersen

  • P. Arthur, N.; Pdersen

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