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Why do people of color, gays/lesbians, and other marginalized groups often assert that counseling and psychotherapy are unhelpful? And why do they underutilize traditional mental health services and prematurely terminate after only one contact with a helping professional?
Derald Wing Sue takes viewers on a journey to explore the culture-bound, class-bound and linguistic biases of traditional forms of counseling and psychotherapy.
Accompanies Chapter 6 of Counseling the Culturally Diverse, 5th edition.
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