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Foreword
Clemmont E. Vontress
Introduction
Paul B. Pedersen, Juris G. Draguns, Walter J. Lonner and Joseph E. Trimble
PART I: BASIC ISSUES IN CROSS-CULTURAL COUNSELING
 1. Ethics, Competence and Professional Issues in Cross-Cultural Counseling
Paul B. Pedersen
2. Universal and Cultural Threads in Counseling Individuals
Juris G. Draguns
3. Appraisal and Assessment in Cross-Cultural Counseling
Walter J. Lonner and Farah A. Ibrahim
4. Guidelines and Competencies for Research in Cross-Cultural Counseling Research
Joseph G. Ponterotto and Ingrid Grieger
PART II: COUNSELING IN ETHNOCULTURAL CONTEXTS
5. Cultural Considerations and Perspectives for Providing Psychological Counseling for Native American Indians 
Joseph E. Trimble and John Gonzalez
6. The Big Picture: Theorizing Self-Concept Structure and Construal 
William E. Cross .and Tuere Binta Cross
7. Counseling Asian Americans; Client and Therapist Variables 
Frederick T. L. Leong, Szu-Hui Lee, and Doris Chang
8. !Adelante! Counseling Latina/o. From Guiding Theory to Practice
J. Manuel Casas, Jason Duque Raley, and Melba J. T. Vasquez
9. Counseling Arab and Muslim Clients 
Marwan Dwairy
PART III: COUNSELING BROADLY-DEFINED CULTURAL POPULATIONS
10. Updating Gender Issues in Multicultural Counseling
Amy Harkins, Sunny S. Hansen, and Elizabeth M. P. Gama
11. Culturally-Appropriate Counseling Considerations for Lesbian and Gay Clients
Mark Pope
12. Counseling the Marginalized
Melanie Domenech Rodriguez, Charlea T. Mc Neal, and Ana Marie Cauce
13. Cross-Cultural Gerontological Counseling: Current Models and Common Issues
Carrie L. Hil and Susan J. Eklund 
14. School Counselors: Professional Origins in Cross-Cultural Counseling
Susanna A. Hayes and Arleen C. Lewis
PART IV: COUNSELING INDIVIDUALS IN TRANSITIONAL, TRAUMATIC OR EMERGENT SITUATIONS
15. Counseling International Students
Nancy Arthur
16. The ABCs of Acculturation: Implications for Counselors
Colleen M. Ward
17. Counseling Refugees and Migrants
Fred Bemak and Rita Chi-Ying Chung
18. Counseling Disaster Survivors: Implications for Cross-Cultural Mental Health
Fred Bemak and Rita Chi-Ying Chung
PART V: COUNSELING IN THE CONTEXT OF SOME COMMON CULTURE-MEDIATED CIRCUMSTANCES
19. Spirituality in Counseling Across Cultures: Many Rivers to the Sea
Mary A. Fukuyama, Todd Sevig, and Johanna Soet
20. Health Psychology in Multiethnic Perspective
Frances E. Aboud
21. Cultural Confrontation: A Skill of Advanced Cultural Empathy
Charles R. Ridley, Lanaya L Ethington, and P. Paul Heppner
22, Drug and Alcohol Abuse in Cross-Cultural Counseling
Gerald Mohatt, James Allen,and Lisa Rey Thomas
23. Family and Counseling With Ethnic Groups
James Georgas
About the Editors
About the Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cross-cultural counseling.
Psychiatry, Transcultural.