Cultural Intersection of Asian Indian Ethnicity and Presenting Problem: Adapting Multicultural Competence for Clinical Accessibility
multicultural counseling, therapy, ethnicity, culture
A more accessible approach to using multicultural counseling competence is presented to bridge the researcher‐practitioner gap and increase the likelihood of quality clinical services. The focus of the approach is on counselor awareness, knowledge, and skills as they relate to the most important contextualing factors: ethnic culture and the culture of the presenting problem.
Original Publication Citation
Bean, R. A., & *Titus, G. (2009). Cultural intersection of Asian Indian ethnicity and presenting problem: Adapting multi-cultural competence for clinical accessibility. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 37(1), 40-51.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Bean, Roy A. and Titus, Gayatri, "Cultural Intersection of Asian Indian Ethnicity and Presenting Problem: Adapting Multicultural Competence for Clinical Accessibility" (2009). Faculty Publications. 5053.
Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development
Family, Home, and Social Sciences
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