Counseling approaches to working with students with disabilities from diverse backgrounds
Chapter in Multicultural Counseling in Schools: A Practical Handbook, 2nd Edition, edited by Paul B. Pedersen and John C. Carey.
This practical handbook focuses on the practice of multicultural counseling in K-12 school settings.
Noted authorities in multicultural counseling contribute chapters that cover important topics such as promoting academic achievement, individual counseling, group counseling, family consultation, career development, violence prevention, training, and consultation. Unlike other multicultural books, the text provides information that is racial-ethnic specific, but also goes further to provide general principles of multicultural practice that are illustrated by reference to one or more racial-ethnic groups. Current theory and research are clearly reviewed with direct reference to the improvement of practice.
Allyn & Bacon
Boscardin, M.L., Gonzalez-Martinez, J.C., & Brown-Chidsey, R. (2003). Counseling approaches to working with students with disabilities from diverse backgrounds. In P.B. Pedersen, & J.C. Carey (Eds.), Multicultural Counseling in Schools: A Practical Handbook, (2nd. ed.). (pp. 257-269). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.