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Culture-centered Counseling and Interviewing Skills

Paul B. Pedersen

Culture-centered Counseling and Interviewing Skills

Practical Guide

by Paul B. Pedersen

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Published by Praeger .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementPaul B. Pedersen and Allen E. Ivey.
ContributionsIvey, Allen E., 1933-
The Physical Object
Pagination(224)p. ;
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21232943M
ISBN 10027594669X

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Culture-centered Counseling and Interviewing Skills by Paul B. Pedersen Download PDF EPUB FB2

An ABPP Diplomate and past President of the Division of Counseling Psychology of APA, he is the author of 20 books translated into 14 languages.

His most recent work is Counseling and Psychotherapy: A Multicultural Perspective ().Cited by: Culture-Centered Counseling and Interviewing Skills: A Practical Guide - Kindle edition by Ivey, Allen E., Pedersen, Paul.

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A continuing best-seller in Canada, Choices: Interviewing and Counselling Skills for Canadians combines theory, practice examples with sample interviews, and challenging self-awareness exercises in a comprehensive, yet readable is aimed at professionals aspiring to gain a wide range of skills based on supported theory and evidence based best practices/5(13).

Motivational interviewing is a patient-centered counseling style based on the principles of the humanistic psychology of Carl Rogers. He argued that for a person to “grow,” we need an environment that provides us with genuine openness that enables self-disclosure, acceptance that includes being seen with unconditional positive regard, and.

describes interview skills in order of importance. demonstrates that alternative settings require different counseling skills.

forms the foundation of intentional interviewing. demonstrates clearly that different clients have different needs. Culture-Centered Counseling Theory In a call to the counseling profession, Sue, Arredondo, and McDavis () articulated multicultural counseling competencies that address counselor at-titudes, knowledge, and skills.

These standards were later revised and dis-tinguished multiculturalism (narrowly defined as ethnicity, race, and culture). Culture-centered counseling theory provides an effective framework for addressing the needs of ethnically diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender clients.

A review of the literature on counseling ethnically diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual. Instructors may wish to involve students in simulation and role-play exercises designed to prepare them to interview those of different ethnic backgrounds.

Good examples of such exercises can be found in: Pedersen, P.B., & Ivey, A. Culture-centered counseling and interviewing skills: A practical guide. Westport, CT: Praeger. In Culture-Centered Counseling, Dr. Paul B. Pedersen shows how recognizing the centrality of culture can augment therapy and result in effective treatment of all clients.

This approach involves recognizing cultural assumptions and acquiring knowledge and skills to get beyond them, something that may be done no matter. Culture-Centered Counseling and Interviewing Skills: A Practical Guide eBook: Ivey, Allen E., Pedersen, Paul: : Kindle Store3/5(2).

The book's hands-on guidance regarding interviewing and counseling skills, along with its embrace of different therapeutic modalities, will enable students to learn how to provide care to clients that is tailored to their specific : $ After the completion of this interviewing component, students will: 1.

Be able to articulate the key skills required for a range of interview types. Be more confident in their ability to apply these key skills to a variety of interviewing contexts. Be more aware of areas that they need to further develop when communicating inFile Size: KB.

Culture-Centered Counseling and Interviewing Skills A Practical Guide. by Paul B. Pedersen, Allen Ivey. This practical guide for developing and using culture-centered counseling and interviewing skills is appropriate for students, teachers, and professionals in schools, colleges, and clinics.

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This is a completely updated edition of Counseling across Cultures, which broke new ground when published almost 20 years ago. This volume takes stock of the many developments and changes that have occurred since then, and is a combined effort of leading authors to examine the priority issues of counselling from a variety of perspectives.4/5(1).

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Increasing intake interview skills: A creative approach. Occasionally these same text books provide case studies so that counselors may interact with a conceptualized client and how that client’s personal information may be interview skills.

The Counseling Association. File Size: 1MB.In interviewing training, too many people may forget the many strings they bring to the course even before the instruction begins.

4. Instruction, practice, and learning new skills and .1. J Am Diet Assoc. Jun;66(6) Interviewing and counseling skills. Techniques for their evaluation.

Andrew BJ. Assessment of knowledge and cognitive skills has been traditionally included in examinations for certification and licensure of health by: 1.