Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development

 

 

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Recent Articles in the Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development

 

 January 2016

  1. Celebrating Our Elders Who Led Us Across the Bridge: A Call to Action for the Academy
  2. Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies: Guidelines for the Counseling Profession
  3. What Values Got to do With it? Thriving Among Mexican/ Mexican American College Students
  4. Attitudes Toward Seeking Professional Counseling Services Among Chinese International Students: Acculturation, Ethnic Identity, and English Proficiency 

 October 2015

  1. Enhancing Critical Consciousness Through a Cross-Cultural Immersion Experience in South Africa
  2. Multiracial and Biracial Individuals: A Content Analysis of Counseling Journals, 1991-1993
  3. Strengthening Cultural Sensitivity in Mental Health Counseling for Deaf Clients
  4. International Doctoral Students in Counselor Education: Coping Strategies in Supervision Training
  5. Reliability and Validity of the Chinese Version of the Solution-Focused Inventory in College Students

 July 2015

  1. Language Anxiety and Counseling Self-Efficacy
  2.  Competent Counseling for Middle Eastern American Clients: Implications for Trainees
  3.  Positive Masculinity Among Latino Men and the Direct and Indirect Effects on Well-Being
  4.  Assessing the Impact of a Race-Based Course on Counseling Students: A Quantitative Study
  5.  Cultural Competence and School Counselor Training: A Collective Case Study

 April 2015

  1.  Exploring the Relationships Between Gay Affirmative Practice and Empathy Among Mental Health Professionals
  2. The Relationship Between Racial Identity Status Attitudes and Acculturation Among Chinese and Korean Americans:A Criterion Profile Analysis
  3. Cultural and Cognitive Predictors of Academic Motivation Among Mexican American Adolescents: Caution Against Discounting the Impact of Cultural Process
  4. Helping Peers Seek Professional Treatment for Depression Among Young South Koreans: An Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior
  5. Counseling Multiple-Heritage Couples 

 January 2015

  1.  Implications of Transnational Adoption Status for Adult Korean Adoptees
  2. Effects of International Student Counselors’ Broaching Statements About Cultural and Language Differences on Participants’ Perceptions of the Counselors
  3. Foreign-Born Therapists: How Acculturation and Supervisors’ Multicultural Competence Are Associated With Clinical Self-Efficacy
  4. The Role of Internalized Stereotyping, Parental Pressure, and Parental Support on Asian Americans’ Choice of College Major

 October 2014

  1.  An “Afterthought”: Counseling Trainees’ Multicultural Competence Within the Spiritual/Religous Domain
  2.  The Effect of Perfectionism and Acculturative Stress on Levels of Depression Experienced by East Asian International Students 
  3.  Emotions and White Racial Identity Attitudes
  4.  Arab Americans with Disabilities and Their Families: A Culturally Appropriate Approach for Counselors 

  July 2014

  1.  Are multicultural Courses Addressing Disparities? Exploring Multicultural and Affirmative Lesbian,Gay,and bisexual Competencies of Counseling and Psychology Students 
  2.  Work Experiences of Foreign-Born Asian Women Counseling and Psychology Faculty
  3.  Barriers to Mental Health Care: A 25-year Follow-Up Study of the Orthodox Jewish Community
  4.  A New Look at Transgenerational Trauma Transmission: Second-Generation Latino Immigrant Youth

 April 2014

  1.  Landscape of Diversity in Higher Education: Linking Demographic Shifts to Contemporary University and College Counseling Center Practices
  2.  Minority College Student Mental Health: Does Majority Status Matter? Implications for College Counseling Services
  3.  Assessing Parentification in South American College Students: A Factor Analytic Study of a Spanish Version of the Parentification Inventory
  4.  Social Support and Acculturation in Chinese International Students

 January 2014

  1. Coping With Vicarious Trauma in the Aftermath of a Natural Disaster
  2. 'No One Ever Asked Me': Urban African American Students' Perceptions of Educational Resilience 
  3. Assessing Changes in Counselor Trainees' Multicultural Competence Related to Service Learning
  4. International Immersion in Counselor Education: A Consensual Qualitative Research Investigation

October 2013

  1. Counselor Competence with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients:Differences among Practice Settings
  2. The Broaching Attitudes and Behavior Survey (BABS): An Exploratory Assessment of Its Dimensionality
  3. The Racial and Ethnic Identity Formation Process of Second-Generation Asian Indian Americans: A Phenomenological Study
  4. Application: Theory to Culturally Competent Practice

 July 2013

  1. Using Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Clinical Work With African American Children and Adolescents: A Review of the Literature
  2. Influence of Efficacy and Resilience on Problem Solving in the United States, Taiwan, and China
  3. Role of Peer Support on Intragroup Marginalization for Latino Undergraduates
  4. Social Justice at the Microlevel: Working With Clients' Prejudices

April 2013

  1. Children of Color and Parental Incarceration: Implications for Research, Theory, and Practice
  2. An Examination of the Impact of Minority Status Stress and Impostor Feelings on the Mental Health of Diverse Ethnic Minority College Students
  3. Family and Cultural Predictors of Depression Among Samoan American Middie and High School Students
  4. Parental Attachment, Family Communalism, and Racial Identity Among African American College Students