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Ethics in multicultural counseling

LaFromboise T, Foster S, James A...(+3 more)

Pedersen Paul B Ed Draguns Juris G Ed et al 1996 Counseling across cultures 4th ed, vol. 29 (1989) pp. 115-136 Published by University of Hawaii Press

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Abstract

(from the chapter) sensitize counselors, researchers, and providers of graduate training to the ethical issues in multicultural counseling augment the APA American Psychological Association Ethical Principles with concepts and cautions crucial in effective multicultural counseling provide cross-cultural researchers with information regarding research design and implementation to extend beyond culturally encapsulated models of empirical investigation provide recommendations for training for graduate students in ethical guidelines for multicultural counseling (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2003 APA, all rights reserved).

Author-supplied keywords

  • *counseling
  • *cross cultural treatment
  • *ethics
  • counselor education
  • experimental ethics
  • human.
  • professional ethics
  • professional ethics & standards & liability [3450]

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