Counseling multiracial families multicultural aspects of counseling and psychotherapy 1st edition by bea wehrly author visit amazons bea wehrly page find all the books read about the author and more see search results for this author are you an author . Multicultural counseling says sue is the development of cultural competence with minority groups yet this seemingly simple idea has represented a complex and controversial paradigm shift in the field. Challenges of interracially married couples are explored as are the social and cultural issues related to parenting and child rearing of multiracial children in todays society the results of biracial identity development research are translated into counseling practice with the children adolescents and adults in multiracial families. The experience of multiracial individuals chapter 8 counseling the multiracial population 105 kelley r kenney and mark e kenney the experience of gender and age chapter 9 issues in counseling men 127 shawn l spurgeon chapter 10 issues in counseling women 139 kathy m evans chapter 11 combating ageism advocacy for older persons 151. Multiracial families comprise a rapidly growing population in the united states this volume addresses this population so often neglected in the counselling literature following an historical overview the authors address both the special needs and special strengths of multiracial families explore the challenges facing interracially married couples examine social and cultural issues
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