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Case Incidents in Counseling for International Transitions
Arthur, Nancy and Paul Pedersen (Eds)
American Counseling Association / Softcover / 2008-03-01 / 1556202695
Transcultural / Multicultural Issues / Counseling
price: $84.95 (may be subject to change)
364 pages
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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. Each case includes a wealth of multicultural information, cultural competence directives, and interventions for meeting the needs of these disparate populations. 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.

Reviews:

“This is a truly remarkable approach to case conceptualization from multicultural and global/international perspectives. International transitions take many forms and this book provides real-life vignettes for analysis and reflection.”

—Patricia Arredondo, EdD
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

“Anyone interested in the internationalization of the counseling profession or in multicultural career counseling will be inspired by the stories and informed by the ideas provided in this groundbreaking book.”

—Mark L. Savickas, PhD
Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine

“As one of the first resources to address the psychosocial challenges of global migrants, this book is an important beginning in bringing the issues of international transitions forward in the counseling field. It provides rich information and effective multicultural interventions.”

—Rita Chi-Ying Chung, PhD
George Mason University

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