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. 35, No. 4, October

Experiences of Prejudice, Role Difficulties, and Counseling Self-Efficacy among U.S. Racial and Ethnic Minority Supervisees Working with White Supervisors
This study explored supervision experiences in 69 U.S. racial/ethnic minority supervisees working with White supervisors. The results demonstrated that perceived prejudice was associated with role ambiguity and role conflict in supervision, suggesting...
Latina Mothers' Perceptions of Mental Health and Mental Health Promotion
Latina mothers' perceptions of mental health and factors that promote/restore mental health were explored in this qualitative study. Participants discussed the importance of community, safety, and financial stability in addition to conventional factors...
The Influence of Multicultural Training on Perceived Multicultural Counseling Competencies and Implicit Racial Prejudice
This study examined the impact of multicultural training on multicultural counseling competencies and implicit racial prejudice. Results of a multilevel modeling analysis showed that only the multicultural counseling course was related to a decrease...
Understanding the Mental Health Needs of American Muslims: Recommendations and Considerations for Practice
American Muslims represent a heterogeneous population that is underserved by the mental health community, despite increased psychological distress reported since 9/11. This article offers professionals an understanding of the mental health needs of...
White Middle-Class Privilege: Social Class Bias and Implications for Training and Practice
Social class, classism, and privilege and their relationship to counseling have been given insufficient attention. This article defines and explores White middle-class privilege; it proffers support for its integration in a multicultural competency,...