Multicultural guidance and counselling: theoretical foundations and best practices in Europe

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Author: Launikari, Mika; Puukari, Sauli

Abstract:

This handbook consists of readings of both insight and relevancy introducing the practice and underlying theories of multicultural counselling from a European perspective. It has two purposes, the first being to act as a resource for guidance counsellors who work with migrant clients and who need additional information and advice on theories, methods and good practices of multicultural counselling. The second purpose is to assist trainers of guidance counsellors who can apply the contents and exercises of the handbook to their training programs for developing multicultural awareness and...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Career development; Culture and society; Teaching and learning; Demographics; Equity; Policy; Vocational education and training; Higher education; Migration; Quality

Keywords: Career guidance; Career counselling; Multiculturalism; Multicultural education; Minority group; Discrimination; Cross cultural training; Diversity; Further education; Best practice; Immigration; Career counsellor

Geographic subjects: Europe

Published: Finland: Centre for International Mobility and Institute for Educational Research, 2005

Physical description: 379 p.

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http://www.cimo.fi/instancedata/prime_product_julkaisu/cimo/embeds/cimowwwstructure/15622_multicultural_guidance_and_counselling.pdf

ISBN: 9513921212; 9513921212 (online)

Statement of responsibility: Edited by Mika Launikari and Sauli Puukari

Resource type: Book

Document number: TD/TNC 110.1170

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