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What are Collins’ five psychological sets of culturally different clients?
What are three components of counselor credibility?
To what kind of approach do African-American clients typically respond best?
What are the five stages of Atkinson’s Minority Identity Development Model?
In counseling a culturally different client with an External Locus of Responsibility, to whom is blame assigned?
How is fear expressed in culturally different clients?
What are the four conditions in culturally different counseling? Answers:
B. Appropriate Process and Appropriate Goals, Appropriate Process and Inappropriate Goals, Inappropriate Process and Appropriate Goals, and Inappropriate Process and Inappropriate Goals. . The Conformity Stage, the Dissonance Stage, the Resistance and Immersion Stage, the Introspection Stage, and the Synergetic Articulation and Awareness Stage.
D. Expertise, trustworthiness, and belief similarity.
E. A direct, tangible approach.
F. Fear is expressed in any way that shows an inner insecurity that inhibits the client from living in healthy ways; it is not necessarily expressed as fear, hesitancy, apprehension, or doubt.
G. The Problem-Solving Set, the Consistency Set, the Identification Set, the Economic Set, and the Authority Set.
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Why is ethnic identity particularly important for adolescent immigrants?
What three characteristics do interpersonal problem-solving communication models focus on?
What are the three dimensions in the Personal Identity model?
According to Vontress, what three themes reflect on how culture influences human existence?
What is "Biracial Effectiveness Training" (BET)?
What are the five stages of the Biracial Identity Development Model?
How do attributions relate to culture?
What are the four areas in which African Americans are mistrustful of Caucasians? Answers:
A. (a) educational and training settings, (b) political and legal systems, (c) work and business interactions, and (d) interpersonal and social contexts
B. A number of studies have found that a strong sense of ethnic identity is related to higher self-esteem.
C. (a) self-hatred, (b) cultural differences, (c) historical hostility
D. Dimension A: a listing of primarily inborn characteristics, such as gender, race, age, and ethnicity; Dimension B: experiential consequences of the interplay between inborn characteristics (A) and external factors (C); and Dimension C: historical, political, sociocultural, and economic contexts which affect culture and life experience.
E. BET is a psychoeducational approach that uses some of the fundamentals of family systems theory and reframes them in terms of intercultural conflict.
F. Differences in attributions may lead culturally different people to view the same situation or behavior very differently.
G. Interpersonal problem-solving communication models typically focus on the characteristics of the communicators, modes of expressing (encoding) and receiving (decoding), and elements of verbal and nonverbal communication.
H. 1. personal identity, 2. choice of group categorization, 3. enmeshment/denial, 4. appreciation, and 5. integration
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