Movement through cultural identity development statuses is best described as
Question 93 out of 3 pointsMcGoldrick et al. believe counselors can know a lot about clients who state “I am Irish” or “I am African American” in a session because ethnicity is a straightforward, static concept.
Question 103 out of 3 pointsMcGoldrick et al. believes that the U.S. is a “melting pot”.
Question 113 out of 3 pointsMcGoldrick et al. believe the U.S. census process has been very helpful in undermining White privilege.
Question 123 out of 3 pointsIn this phase of racial/cultural identity development, the person has come to the point of reevaluating ethnic group values previously accepted as “all good”. The strengths and weaknesses of his/her cultural group begin to be acknowledged.
Question 130 out of 3 pointsA White person in the Resistance and Immersion stage may take on a _____ role with ethnically different clients.
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Question 153 out of 3 pointsUsing an etic perspective, professional counselors interpret client presentation based on