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Diversity, culture and counselling : a Canadian perspective

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    Publisher:
    Brush Education, 2021
    Note: Alberta Municipal Affairs' Public Library Services Branch

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    2021
    Summary:

    "A uniquely Canadian approach to multicultural counselling. In a country as diverse as Canada, a multicultural counselling approach provides an essential starting point for working with people from different ethnicities, sexualities, gender identities, abilities and religious backgrounds. Bringing Canadian perspectives to the field of multicultural counselling, this collection provides practical approaches to counselling in Indigenous, Asian, Black Canadian, Hispanic, South Asian and LGBTQ2+ communities, among others, along with advice for treating migrant and refugee clients. The third edition of Diversity, Culture and Counselling addresses crucial issues such as systemic racism, immigration policy, climate change, and discriminatory policies, reflecting the many changes that have arisen in Canada since the publication of the second edition. Along with an all-new chapter on counselling during a national crisis, each chapter has been revised to reflect the current state of diversity in Canadian counselling with contributors from a range of backgrounds."--

    Original Publisher: [Calgary, Alberta], Brush Education
    Language(s): English
    ISBN: 9781550598780
    Collection(s)/Series: Read Alberta Ebooks