Two dynamic and real interviews demonstrate key principles of Feminist Counseling and Cultural Therapy, their similarities and differences. A male cultural counselor and then a female feminist therapist meet with a male Japanese client to discuss stress management of work and educational demands on the client. The demonstration of these two progressive contemporary developments in counseling and therapy showcase how gender, culture and power are among the many dynamics to consider. In keeping with collaborative and egalitarian relationships of this new force, the concluding discussion includes the client and a skilled moderator.
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