8.1 What are two sub-categories to counter automatic stereotype?
8.2 What may have a significant influence on automatic stereotype?
10.1 What are some examples of stresses involve in moving to a new culture?
10.2 What are some reasons why refugees suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder?
10.3 What type of therapy do traumatized migrants require?
10.4 What can cultural change influence?
12.1 According to Anderson and Goolishian, what does a therapeutic conversation involve?
13.1 What are two key elements to the Transcultural Integrative Model?
14.1 How do counselor preparation programs facilitate cultural encapsulation?
15.1 Counselor education includes...
16.1 What does a clinician focus on when they are taking the amplifying stance?
17.1 What is an element of cultural competence?
A. Attempting to suppress a stereotype, expecting counterstereotypic events, or focusing on counterstereotypic group members
B. Stereotype suppression, promotion to counterstereotype
C. Being war victims, witnessing violence, living through missile attacks, torture, starvation, imprisonment, internment and rape
D. Change of home, parting from loved ones and previous support networks, language difficulties, climate change, change in physical environment (for instance the countryside and buildings look different), homesickness, loneliness, financial worries, concerns about children's education, and, for many migrants, racist incidents
E. How people learn gender roles
F. Culture-sensitive post-traumatic stress disorder therapy
G. Use of relational methods, social constructivism techniques
H. A mutual search and exploration through dialogue, a two-way exchange, a crisscrossing of ideas in which new meanings are continually evolving toward the 'dissolving' of problems
I. Case examples, role-plays, discussion questions, and other classroom activities that promote and represent various cultural perspectives.
J. The substitution of model stereotypes for the real world, the disregarding of cultural variations in a dogmatic adherence to some universal notion of truth, the use of a technique oriented definition of the counseling process
K. Social workers should understand culture and its function in human behavior and society, recognizing the strengths that exist in all cultures
L. A particular idea, affect, theme, behavior