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Unformatted text preview: ou be with those whose gender or sexual orientation differs from yours ? o P- Personal style and education. How will your personal style and educational level affect your interviewing practice? o E- Ethnic/racial identity. The colour of our skin is one of he first things we notice. What is your reaction to different races and ethnicities? o C- Chronological/lifespan challenges. Children, adolescents, young adults, mature adults, and older persons all face difference issues and problems. Where are you in the developmental lifespan? o T- Trauma. Estimated that 90% of more of the population experience serious traumas in their lives. Trauma underlies the issues faced by many of your clients. War, flood, rape are examples, b...
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