Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice (2020)

Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice Derald Wing Sue David Sue Counseling the Culturally Diverse Theory and Practice The leader in the field of multicultural counseling and therapy upholding the highest standards of scholarship This edition adds the latest hot button issues in the multicultural world The authors ha
  • Title: Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice
  • Author: Derald Wing Sue David Sue
  • ISBN: 9780470086322
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Hardcover
Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice Derald Wing Sue David Sue The leader in the field of multicultural counseling and therapy, upholding the highest standards of scholarship This edition adds the latest hot button issues in the multicultural world The authors have skillfully and sensitively added the latest evidence based knowledge of critical problems that can surface in counseling therapy, including microaggressions, interethnicThe leader in the field of multicultural counseling and therapy, upholding the highest standards of scholarship This edition adds the latest hot button issues in the multicultural world The authors have skillfully and sensitively added the latest evidence based knowledge of critical problems that can surface in counseling therapy, including microaggressions, interethnic relationships, Middle Eastern issues, and immigration refugee complexities Everything you ever wanted to know about multicultural counseling is included in this edition It continues to be the standard for any mental health professional treating persons from racial ethnic minority populations.It is authoritative, illuminating, and clinically compelling Melba Vasquez, PhD, ABPP Independent Practice, Austin, Texas This book is the one to read It has invaluable information that is current, is extremely well written, and stands out from the other books in the field The book touches the reader on multiple levels, bringing in personal stories, pushing one s thinking, and very clearly linking theory, history, policies, contemporary trends, and practice Absolutely outstanding don t miss it Fred Bemak, EdD, Professor and Director of the Diversity Research and Action Center Graduate School of Education, George Mason University Completely updated, the most widely used and critically acclaimed text on multicultural counseling, Counseling the Culturally Diverse Theory and Practice, Fifth Edition offers students and professionals essential and thought provoking material on the theory, research, and practice of multicultural counseling Authors Derald Wing Sue and David Sue pioneers in this field define and analyze the meaning of diversity and multiculturalism and include coverage of racial ethnic minority groups as well as multiracial individuals, women, gays and lesbians, the elderly, and those with disabilities The Fifth Edition of this classic resource introduces new research and concepts, discusses future directions in the field, and includes updated references New and important highlights include Opening personal narratives in Chapter 1 that present poignant journeys in cultural competence Cutting edge material related to the most recent research, theoretical formulations, and practice implications Discussion of unconscious and subtle manifestations of racial, gender, and sexual orientation bias and discriminationknown as microaggressions Coverage of social justice counseling Content on minority group therapists Attention to counseling and special circumstances involving racial ethnic populations With its unique conceptual framework for multicultural therapy, Counseling the Culturally Diverse Theory and Practice, Fifth Edition remains the best source of real world counseling preparation for students as well as the most enlightened, influential guide for professionals.
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  1. Sarah

    I can understand how no one has noticed how incredibly poor the arguments and assumptions are, as most people are not critical readers or have taken classes in logic Clearly Sue hasn t What I can t understand is how no one has noticed how incredibly racist this book is Although there are innumerable examples this should suffice African American families are often single parent and rely on outside support and extended family because they have a tribal heritage so this comes naturally to them Thi [...]

  2. Arielle

    I had to read this book for my Social and Cultural Foundations class At the beginning of the book, the author warns that the book may make the reader angry Boy, was he right, but I wasn t angry for the reason he suggested He assumed that most readers would be angry with the book because they would have to face the reality that racism prejudice still exists and that the reader is racist him herself Before reading this, I was aware of some of my biases What angered me was that the author wasn t ve [...]

  3. Carly

    WellI like the IDEA of this book However, I felt that it was too repetitive repeating the same thing multiple times in a chapter This book was thought provoking and helped me to understand my own thoughts and experiences with my racial identity, and realize that I have a lot of white privilege This is something I may have thought I had beforebut not to this degree of understanding The inconsistent parts of the book being the last half or so The first half of the book kept emphasizing how no ethn [...]

  4. John

    Derald Wing Sur and David Sue have been studying multiculturalism for many years Although they have some cultural bias as Asians, they would also admit that they are not the definitive voice in the very broad world of multiculturalism This book reminds the reader of his own ethnocentricity and asks for a willingness to recognize how people who are different from us are often disenfranchised as an inferior version of the other This is an important work if you plan to work with diverse groups.

  5. William Pate II

    Sue has made his name in multicultural counseling theory Unfortunately, he s late to the game, appears biased than he assumes his readers to be and offers ridiculous examples and arguments that defy basic logic Counseling students will probably continue to be forced to read Sue s work without any supplemental possibly opposing discourses to complicate and elaborate the subject Skip this book and his others if you can.

  6. Kevin Hilke

    A single, serious, solid course in the humanities can teach you far about how to respect culture in its infinite particularity than can anything in this nobly motivated but comically acerbic and uninformed book that ultimately speaks against its own cause.

  7. Emily

    Super repetitive and very black and white Discusses the problem than offering strategies for providing culturally competent therapy Frustrating, but worthy of consideration.

  8. Simoné

    Didn t finish this book because I felt like it was geared towards teaching privileged straight white counselors how to develop cultural competence when working with people of color.

  9. Chelsie Gransee

    This book requires having a open mind and also requires a lot of self reflection and humbleness I learned so much in this text I agree with other reviewers that it is repetitive, but at the same time I think this repetition is great for learning and solidifying the information in our minds I especially loved the chapters at the end of the text that focus on groups I have learned little about how to best counsel and serve I highly recommend this text for anyone who is open to listen to the narrat [...]

  10. Sarah Ridenour

    This book, although difficult to read at times, is an absolute eye opener It s content verges upon the disturbing, but it is absolutely necessary for any who wish to learn as much as possible about other cultures and how our normal proclivities may distress them.

  11. Candra Malone

    Although I m reading it for a class and not for sheer enjoyment, this book is so informative and is a must for anyone who wants insight on other cultures.

  12. Lesa Jeannette

    This was a required text for one of my counseling courses I like the writing style There wasn t anything in it that I strongly reacted to unlike some I got some good things out of it that should help me with future clients.

  13. Jeremy

    It is really important that you not let stereotypes cloud your counseling, so here is a book full of stereotypes about every major culture This book makes no sense and made me wince frequently.

  14. Carter

    This book provides a lot of solid, detailed, and useful information about different ethnic identities and identity development Sue and Sue also cover other minority or marginalized populations including women, individuals who belong to lower socioeconomic status, and individuals with disabilities I appreciated the wealth of knowledge and found many of the case studies enlightening The text also paired well with the content of my coursework However, the way in which the text refers to whites has [...]

  15. Storm Chase

    On the surface, it seems ok if you ve never lived in a multicultural society or travelled but I found it very parochial However, when you get into it, there are deeper problems.For example, the case study where a Mexican worker visits a US hospital complaining of hallucinations.1 The authors say Mexicans see hallucinations as gifts from the gods and imply the counsellor should take this into account Maybe some Mexicans do have that beleif still, but as this family hightailed it to a hospital, as [...]

  16. Sarah

    For what it is, I think it was good, or at least better than the other books I ve read on the subject What it does best is introduce a lot of ideas on prejudice and multiculturalism It might make you angry or uncomfortable, but at least your thinking about the topic Where it struggles is exactly where you think it would in order to generalize about cultural differences, you have to generalize It is up to the reader to know that individuals within cultures don t necessarily adhere to the norm How [...]

  17. J. Erickson

    I found myself teaching a cultural competence class for new therapists in the field of providing therapy to diverse clients I found the book organized well and easy to follow It was a good book for presenting some ideas and thoughts for new graduate level students to consider when working with people different from themselves I found this book a a launch point for discussion that was not racially or politically charged, and the core stuff was brought in outside of the book As a result this book [...]

  18. Korel

    This is by far one of the most useful books I ve read in my graduate studies for counseling Sue Sue go into great detail and examples of what it means to be a true advocate and ally in the counseling profession It breaks down the mechanics of being a Target and an Agent of oppression and talks of how to break down oppression, not only in the counseling session, but also on a societal level I recommend this text for anyone going into a helping profession and if you live near me you can barrow it [...]

  19. Brettny

    I agree with one of the other reviewers who said it discusses the problem than offering strategies for providing culturally competent therapy I think there aren t any strategies and such for competence in culture diversity because it all goes back to ethics That being said much of the content in this book is quite instigative This subfield of therapy is fabricated and there s no need for it Just get your ethics down.I gave it three stars because it s easy to read.

  20. Scribblescribe

    I felt like this book didn t really teach me much of anything It was very basic and repeated itself a lot It was great at stating the obvious It was just an alright book Took me forever to read too so don t think that you can just sit down and read this book on a whim You can t A lot of the statistics I felt were biased, as if the author had looked specifically for them to bolster his argument So I approached this book with a bit of skepticism because of that It was alright.

  21. Dana

    This was definitely one of the enjoyable texts I have had to read It was insightful and covered a very wide range of cultural aspects that counselors absolutely must consider Not even just counselors anybody who has to work with diverse groups could really benefit from this information I am glad that I purchased it instead of renting because I will definitely refer to it throughout my career.

  22. Charla Wilson

    This book was for a class, and I thought it was going to be another boring class However, i must admit, that because this book is so well written, and has the power to make you see things through a different lens, it has turned out to be one of the most interesting classes that I have ever taken Although it is a text book, it is written in a way that actually makes you want to keep reading.

  23. Rocky

    I m glad that this book was one of my assigned readings In the intro there is a chapter by a white therapist and his initial reaction to this book and being angry that he had to read it He then goes on to address white privilege and what that means as a mental health professional I would recommend this book to folks who are working in mental health or social work.

  24. Melissa Lee-Tammeus

    Very convoluted source book about many different cultures and diversities Anything you wanted to know as far as studies about different groups ad how to work with various types of peopel is in here If you didn t know people were different before you read this book, you definitely will know after.

  25. Jennifer Kronk

    A few of my text books have been good enough that I wanted to list them here This is one of them Not as life changing as A PEOPLE S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, but very informative and eye opening Worth the time if this is your interests.

  26. Sarah

    Standard reading for any counseling degree or at least it should be I will say that I wish is was a little diverse so many of the examples are about Asian clients , but that s not to say I didn t learn a lot I wish I had bought this book rather than rented it.

  27. Jessie

    It was an eye opening book that educates the reader on the differences in cultures and how counselors can become multicultural counselors to effectively work with the clients in their area While this book does not cover every aspect of every culture, it is a good stepping stone.

  28. Rose Boyer

    Loved the information in this book With the population of the earth evolving into a multiracial and multicultural society, the gems inside the covers of this book are pertinent to a healthy transition Recommended

  29. Susan

    A must read It made me rethink my worldview While I am still not sure I agree with everything the author said, I suspect much of it is true It certainly gave me a different outlook and a new way to ponder things I think it is a good read for anyone, not just counselors.

  30. Andrea

    Sue is the master of cultural pschology and research in the field I liked his perspective though very liberal and learned a great deal from this book I did think he was mistaken in not addressing spirituality and religion and how it relates to therapy in his book.

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