Counseling & Diversity

Publisher : Wadsworth Publishing Company

ISBN-13 : 9780618470372

Page : 95 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 372 voters

In this monograph, Bryan S.K. Kim presents various issues related to effective counseling with Asian American clients, motivated by the belief that having a good understanding of the demographic, historical, sociopolitical, and cultural characteristics of Asian American individuals will increase the likelihood of counselors implementing more relevant and effective services with this population. This monograph can be used on its own or in conjunction with the main text.

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