religious diversity, spiritual diversity, graduate training, multicultural education, professional psychologists
Professional counselors completed a survey assessing their attitudes regarding inclusion of client spiritual and religious issues into multicultural training and practice. Most respondents agreed that spiritual and religious issues should be included in counselor training and that this content could be integrated successfully into existing instruction regarding multicultural counseling.
Original Publication Citation
Crook-Lyon, R. E., O’Grady, K. A., Smith, T. B., Jensen, D. R., Golightly, T., & Potkar, K. (2012). Addressing religious and spiritual diversity in graduate training and multicultural education for professional psychologists. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 4, 169-181.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Crook-Lyon, Rachel E.; Smith, Timothy B.; O’Grady, Kari A.; Potkar, Kirti; Jensen, Dallas R.; and Golightly, Thomas, "Addressing Religious and Spiritual Diversity in Graduate Training and Multicultural Education for Professional Psychologists" (2013). Faculty Publications. 1974.
University of Biola
David O. McKay School of Education
Counseling Psychology and Special Education
Rosemead School of Psychology. 2013
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