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'd'Ardenne combines a wealth of clinical experience and expertise with theoretical and conceptual depth to bring to the novice and expert an important contribution to transcultural counselling. This textbook deserves a place in interdisciplinary courses which profess any investigation or expertise in culture and mental health' - Kam Bhui, Professor of Cultural Psychiatry at Barts and the London School of Medicine and President of the World Association of Cultural Psychiatry
This is a thougtful, well researched and thought provoking text which all counsellors and trainees should read. The case study scenarios bring alive the concepts and points presented.
This is a really useful book that I recommend to students and have ordered for the library.
This book provides a challenging perspective on cultural diversity with examples and provoking questions for further consideration. I really appreciate the chapter on evidence base and the way in which ethical issues are raised within in a social context. I would have liked to have seen some more recognition of intersectionality, for example some of the challenges of not being heterosexual within some cultures. Whilst this is useful supplementary reading for the Foundation Degree and Combined honours courses, I think it has particular value for our new Masters programme.
the introductionl sets the scene (if briefly). The reference to research is really good with a helopful chapter on research. In this way the research is integrated into the text.
This forms a helpful additional text and certainly one that practiitioners coudl consult when they find themselves in particular situations e.g. with translaters.
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