The impact of group membership
Use your textbook, Sue and Sue’s Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice, to complete the following:
- Read Chapter 2, “The Superordinate Nature of Multicultural Counseling and Therapy,” pages 37–65.
- Read Chapter 9, “Multicultural Evidence-Based Practice,” pages 283–314.
- Read Chapter 13, “Culturally Competent Assessment,” pages 429–451.
Remember, your e-books are available for reading via VitalSource Bookshelf. You can access Bookshelf from the left Course Tools menu or via the optional downloaded application.
Use the Capella University Library to complete the following readings:
- Buckingham, Frings, and Albery’s 2013 article, “Group Membership and Social Identity in Addiction Recovery” in Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, volume 27, issue 4, pages 1132–1140.
- Pedersen’s 1991 article, “Multiculturalism as a Generic Approach to Counseling,” in Journal of Counseling & Development, volume 70, issue 1, pages 6–12.
- Sacks and Peled’s 2008 article, “The Self-Perception of Women Who Live With an Alcoholic Partner: Dialoging With Deviance, Strength, and Self-Fulfillment,” in Family Relations, volume 57, issue 3, pages 390–403.
The Impact of Group Membership
Sue and Sue (2016) illustrated similarities and differences among people, and the powerful influence of perceived group membership on how we view others and how we view ourselves. Read the Buckingham, Frings, and Albery article provided in the Resources section, and discuss the impact of group membership or memberships as they relate to the treatment of addiction.
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