Overcoming Unintentional Racism In Counseling And Therapy: A Practitioner's Guide To Intentional Intervention

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Any counselor or therapist, regardless of race, background, or motive, can engage in unintentional acts of racism. In so doing, they may inadvertently sabotage their own efforts and perpetuate the very problems they seek to overcome. Overcoming Unintentional Racism in Counseling and Therapy, Second Edition examines the dynamics and effects of racism in counseling with an emphasis on the insidiousness of unintentional racism. Workable solutions and practical alternatives are proposed with the goal of eliminating unintentional racism. Numerous supporting clinical examples are included in order to help counselors gain new insights into their operational practices and to modify any behaviors that may interfere with a helpful intervention. The Second Edition also provides a new section on the policies and practices of agencies and other institutions in the mental health system unintentionally resulting in service disparities. Macro-system and micro-system interventions are proposed to overcome these disparities. Key Features: - The only book that addresses unintentional racism in counseling and therapy. - Offers a superb balance of theory and practice. - Provides problem identification and workable solutions to individual and institutional racism. Overcoming Unintentional Racism in Counseling and Therapy is ideally suited as a supplementary text for theoretical courses in counseling, counseling techniques, practicum, multicultural counseling, and professional seminars.

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"Taking an action-oriented approach, [Ridley] challenges counselors 'to examine the relationship between their behavior toward minority groups and the consequences of that behavior'... Many of his case study vignettes are helpful." (Patricia M. Berliner PsycCRITIQUES 2005-07-20)

"This book is both powerful and sobering.  It would serve as an excellent textbook for multicultural counseling classes.  It could also be a resource for counselors who are critically examining their therapeutic work with minority clients or for institutions evaluating the services provided to these clients.  Numerous examples throughout the book illustrate Ridley's points and help the text to come alive.  This book and its message will be needed as long as minority clients have negative experiences in counseling due to counselors' unintentional racism." (Kimberly Wagner Counseling Today 2005-09-30)

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Acknowledgments Acknowledgments Acknowledgments Acknowledgments
Preface
PART I: EXAMINING the COUNSELOR'S UNINTENTIONAL RACISM
Ch. 1. Minority Clients as Victims
Understanding the Victim
Racism in Counseling and Therapy
Factors Contributing to Counselor Racism
Chapter Summary
Ch. 2. Fifteen Propositions
Propositions
Chapter Summary
Ch. 3. What Is Racism?
Racism Defined
A Behavioral Model
Chapter Summary
Ch. 4. Models of Mental Health
The Deficit Model
The Medical Model
The Conformity Model
The Biopsychosocial Model
Chapter Summary
Ch. 5. Judgmental and Inferential Errors
Why Is Clinical Decision Making Difficult?
Four Types of Decisions
Prevalent Judgmental Errors
Chapter Summary
Ch. 6. Defensive Racial Dynamics
Ten Race-Related Defense Mechanisms
Chapter Summary
PART II: OVERCOMING THE COUNSELOR'S UNINTENTIONAL RACISM
Ch. 7. Counseling Idiographically
Five Principles
The Case of Ricardo Garcia
The Case of Ricardo Garcia
Chapter Summary
Ch. 8. Setting Culturally Relevant Goals
Process Goals
Outcome Goals
Chapter Summary
Ch. 9. Making Better Clinical Decisions
General Decision-Making Strategies
Personal Debiasing Strategies
Chapter Summary
Ch. 10. Managing Resistance
Understanding Resistance
Client Responses in Counseling
Strategies to Manage Resistance
Chapter Summary
Ch. 11. Terminating Effectively
Reducing the Chances of Premature Termination
Concluding Each Session Effectively
Recycling or Referring When Appropriate
Evaluating Counseling Outcomes
Recommending Alternative Modalities
Following Up When Counseling Is Over
Preventing Relapse
Chapter Summary
PART III: EXAMINING AND OVERCOMING THE UNINTENTIONAL RACISM OF THE MENTAL HEALTH SYSTEM
Ch. 12. Racist Practices of Institutions
Consequences of Unintentional Institutional Racism
Causes of Unintentional Institutional Racism
Categories of Unintentional Institutional Racism
Chapter Summary
Ch. 13. Macrosystem Interventions
Practice-Based Minority Research
Mental Health Care Reform
Multicultural Training
Chapter Summary
Ch. 14. Microsystem Interventions
A Core Ideology That Embraces Diversity
Integrated Service Networks
Consultation
Prevention and Health Promotion
Action Research
Affirmative Action
Chapter Summary
Chapter Summary
References
Index
About the Author

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