Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development

A scholarly and professional journal publishing articles pertinent to multicultural and ethnic minority interests in all areas of counseling and human development. Coverage includes state-of-the-art multicultural research and reports on the application of

Articles from Vol. 29, No. 2, April

A Descriptive "Snapshot" of Cross-Racial Supervision in University Counseling Center Internships
Results of a survey of cross-racial supervision dyads at university counseling centers showed (a) supervisees were more sensitive to cultural/racial issues than were supervisors, (b) supervisors reported making more efforts to address cultural issues...
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Exploring Ethnic, Gender, and Sexual Orientation Variables in Supervision: Do They Really Matter?
This study explored discussions of cultural variables in supervision and their influence on supervisory satisfaction and working alliance. Results indicated limited discussions occurred, but when these discussions did occur, supervisees reported enhanced...
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Multicultural SuperVISION: A Paradigm of Cultural Responsiveness for Supervisors
The need for cultural characteristics to be addressed in supervision is discussed as a way of dealing with both opportunities and obstacles that may exist. The VISION model of cultural responsiveness is described as a practical means of supervisors...
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Perspectives on Multicultural Supervision
The topic of multicultural supervision has received increasing attention in the counseling literature over the past few years. For example, conceptual writings in the area of multicultural supervision have addressed issues such as cross-racial dyads...
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Visions and Realities: Supervisee Perspectives of Multicultural Supervision
This article provides an overview of the experiences of 4 psychologists-in-training as supervisees in multicultural supervision relationships. Grounded in the supervision and multicultural literature, this article helps both supervisors and supervisees...
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