Table of contents for Promising practices in multicultural competency training / [edited by] Joseph L. White and Sheila J. Henderson.

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Foreword: Student Quest for Multicultural Competence by Nima Patel				
Introduction by Sheila J. Henderson				
Part I: Multiracial / Multiethnic / Multicultural Competency Building Model (M3CB) 
Chapter 1: Cultural trauma-A critical backdrop to building multicultural competency by Sheila J. Henderson and Joseph L. White						
Chapter 2: "The Browning of America": Building a new multiracial, multiethnic, multicultural paradigm by Joseph L.White and Sheila J. Henderson												
Part II: Promising Practices among Graduate Training Programs
Chapter 3: Creighton University: Beyond the Conceptual-Diversity Education for Faculty by Patricia A. Fleming, Erika L. Kirby, G. H. Grandbois, Ngwarsungu Chiwengo, Ashton W. Welch, and John Pierce							
Chapter 4: Counseling Psychology at University of Missouri-Columbia: The Development of an Integrative Multicultural Training Model by Paul P. Heppner, Helen A. Neville, and Lisa Y. Flores										
Chapter 5: Alliant International University, Los Angeles: An Anti-Domination Paradigm Shift in the Training of Community-Clinical Psychologists by Carlton W. Parks, Jr. 
Chapter 6: University of California San Diego Student Counseling Center: Training for Multicultural Competence--A Different Way of Knowing by Samuel S. Park and Jeanne E. Manese 									
Chapter 7: University of California, Irvine Student Counseling Center: Lessons Learned Through Commitment to Multiculturalism by Mary Ann Takemoto and Thomas A. Parham 
Part III: Training and mentoring new generations of scholars
Chapter 8: Training the Next Generation of Ethnic Minority Multicultural Researchers by Kevin Cokley 									
Chapter 9: Multicultural mentoring by Anne Chan					
Chapter 10: Managing resistance: The difference between success and failure of multicultural competency initiatives by John E. Queener and Shannon D. Smith				
Chapter 11: Challenging Dialogues: Working Through Resistance Toward Multicultural Understanding by Evelinn A. Borrayo					
Part IV: Forward Movement in the Psychology Field
Chapter 12: The Evolution of the Multicultural Summit by Thomas A. Parham and William D. Parham									
Conclusion by Sheila J. Henderson and Joseph L.White 				
Afterword: A Student's Perspective by Camille Mottley

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Minorities -- Mental health services.
Cultural psychiatry.
Counseling -- education.
Cultural Competency.
Cultural Diversity.
Ethnic Groups -- psychology.
Ethnopsychology -- methods.
Minority Groups -- psychology.