Handbook of Multicultural Counseling
Joseph G. Ponterotto
SAGE Publications, Aug 24, 2009 - Psychology - 826 pages
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.
—Kyle 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.
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Review: Handbook of Multicultural CounselingUser Review - Brenda Srof - Goodreads
I read the following chapters: Cross, WE The psychology of nigrescence: Revising the Cross model. Casa, JM & Pytluk, SD Hispanic identity development: Implications for research and practice Read full review