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Hidden Messages in Culture-Centered Counseling
A Triad Training Model

  • Paul B. Pedersen - Syracuse University (Emeritus); University of Hawaii (Visiting) , Maastricht School of Management

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Multi-Cultural Counselling

January 2000 | 224 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
`I found the book very informative, particularly in relation to research within psychology and this particular way of working' - RACE

This book offers the first comprehensive overview of the `Triad Training Model' for counsellor education, which is seen as particularly important for those training to work in a multicultural context.

Topics explored include: positive and negative internal dialogue in counselling; training implications of hidden messages; and developing multicultural competencies with the Model.

 
PART ONE: PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH INFORMATION
 
The Psychological Foundation of Counseling Relationships
 
The `Problem' as a Counseling Metaphor
 
The Relational Self
 
Hearing the Hidden Messages
 
PART TWO: THE TRIAD TRAINING MODEL
 
Positive and Negative Internal Dialogue in Counseling
 
Training Implications of Hidden Messages
 
Developing Multicultural Competencies with the Triad Training Model
 
PART THREE: TRANSCRIPT APPLICATIONS OF THE TRIAD TRAINING MODEL
 
Sexual Harassment, Juvenile Delinquency, Political Affiliation and Lesbian Life Style as Multicultural Issues and International Applications of the Triad Training Model
 
Transcript Examples of the Triad Training Model
 
Other Internal Dialogue Training Models
 
The Intrapersonal Context of Counseling

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ISBN: 9780761918073
£67.00

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