The Impact of Multicultural Supervision on Supervisees' Ability to Incorporate a Multicultural Perspective on Case Conceptualization: A Pilot Study
The population of the United States continues to grow and become more diverse in our pluralistic society. In response to this growth, the American Psychological Association (APA) mandates that graduate programs incorporate in their curricula training which aims to make psychologists culturally competent and able to provide ethically and culturally appropriate treatment. The research in the area of multicultural counseling has examined the predictive relationship between educational variables and/or training variables with self-reported multicultural competence. However, the research on multicultural supervision and objectively measured multicultural competence has been limited. Therefore, the proposed research will examine how multicultural supervision affects supervisees' ability to consider and incorporate a multicultural perspective in case conceptualization.
Rustam, Kevin, "The Impact of Multicultural Supervision on Supervisees' Ability to Incorporate a Multicultural Perspective on Case Conceptualization: A Pilot Study" (2019). ETD Collection for Pace University. AAI27912211.
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