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Embracing Cultural Responsivity and Social Justice: Re-Shaping Professional Identity in Counselling Psychology

Sandra Collins

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Part I
Re-Shaping Professional Identity in Counselling Psychology

1 Culturally responsive and socially just (CRSJ) counselling: Principles and practices
by Sandra Collins

Part II
Domain I: Acknowledge the Ubiquitous Nature of Culture in Counselling

2 The Cultural embeddedness of counselling: Appreciating the complexity and intersectionality of client–counsellor cultural identities
by Sandra Collins

With the following life or practice experience snapshots:

  • Text box 1: Black enough? by Dr Lisa Gunderson
  • Text box 2: Cultural inquiry with sexual minority clients by Don Zeman
  • Text box 3: Respecting the dignity of all persons and peoples: Implications for counselling by Cristelle Audet
  • Text box 4: Uncovering and integrating my Métis heritage by Melissa Jay
  • Text box 5: Embracing religion and spirituality in counselling: An Islamic perspective by Mahdi Qasqas

3 A Chinese mother’s journey to self: 冇用 moh-yoong
by Gina Wong

4 Storying the lives of the working class: Attending to class at the intersections of identities
by Fisher Lavell

Part III
Domain II: Attending to Social Location

5 The impact of social injustice: Client–counsellor social locations
by Sandra Collins

With the following life or practice experience snapshots:

  • Text box 6: Let’s ask the right question by Dr Lisa Gunderson
  • Text box 7: Piste pour l’équité et la justice sociale dans les pratiques d’orientation au Québec: Les jeunnes issus de l’immigration/The path to equity and social justice in guidance counselling in Quebec: Young people from immigrant backgrounds by Marie-Odile Magnan
  • Text box 8: What about us? by Dr Lisa Gunderson
  • Text Box 9: Risks of dignitary harm: Implications for counselling by Cristelle Audet
  • Text box 10: Smash the patriarchy by Naida Hyde
  • Text box 11: The pervasive discourse of mononormativity by Taya Henriques & Gina Wong
  • Text box 12: Black enough! by Dr Lisa Gunderson
  • Text box 13: My identity as a racialized Muslim woman mental health professional by Fatima Saleem
  • Text box 14: Finding one’s voice: A feminist perspective on internalized oppression by Judy Chew

6 Indigenous historical trauma: A decolonizing therapeutic framework for Indigenous counsellors working with Indigenous clients
by Riel Dupuis-Rossi (Kanien’kehá:ka and Algonquin)

7 Barriers can be step ladders: Practice considerations for the minority counsellor
by Mateo Huezo

Part IV
Domain III: Professional Identity

8 Embracing cultural responsivity and social justice: A foundation for professional identity
by Sandra Collins

With the following life or practice experience snapshots:

  • Text box 15: Relational ethics by Simon Nuttgens
  • Text box 16: Splitting our world open, one woman’s story at a time by Naida Hyde

9 Setting an intention for decolonizing practice and justice-doing: Social justice activism in community work and therapy
by Vikki Reynolds

10 Psychology and human rights: Exploring the intersections
by Kirby Huminuik

Part V
Domain IV: Counselling as Relationship

11 Culturally responsive and socially just relational practices: Facilitating transformation through connection
by Sandra Collins

With the following life or practice experience snapshots:

  • Text box 17: Using a cultural safety lens in therapy with Indigenous clients by Allison Reeves
  • Text box 18: Self-care through self-compassion by Melissa Jay
  • Text box 19: Muslim women’s perceptions of mental health and professional services by Fatima Saleem & Stephanie Martin
  • Text box 20: The healing power of touch by Naida Hyde
  • Text box 21: Conversation is justice-doing: Shaping identity narratives by David Paré
  • Text box 22: Deconstructing and co-constructing meaning: Promoting client and trainee empowerment by Judy Chew

12 Navigating the power of ageism: A single session
by Cristelle Audet

13 Extraordinary challenges to live ordinary lives: Young adults with life-limiting conditions
by Karen Cook

Part VI
Domain V: Case Conceptualization

14 Collaborative case conceptualization: Applying a contextualized, systemic lens
by Sandra Collins

With the following life or practice experience snapshots:

  • Text box 23: Applying a contextualized, systemic lens: Considering the rural context by Judi Malone
  • Text box 24: Working within the refugee narrative by Ivana Djuraskovic
  • Text box 25: Honouring client views of health and healing: A Muslim perspective by Fatima Saleem & Stephanie Martin

15 Performing social justice in family therapy: Exploring the assumptions between the *isms and the *ings
by Emily Doyle & Faye Gosnell

16 Learning from the inside out: Culturally responsive and socially just implementation of the TriOptimal Learning Model®
by Heather Macdonald

Part VII
Domain VI: Enacting Multilevel Change

17 Culturally responsive and socially just change processes: Implementing and evaluating micro, meso, and macrolevel interventions
by Sandra Collins

With the following life or practice experience snapshots:

  • Text box 26: Re-envisioning life through power analysis by Judy Chew
  • Text box 27: Remembering Daniel by Andrew Estefan
  • Text box 28: Client empowerment through gender role analysis by Judy Chew
  • Text box 29: Who are we as women without our voices? by Naida Hyde
  • Text box 30: Favoriser la justice sociale par le biais de dialogues interculturels/Fostering social justice through cross-cultural dialogues by Jo Anni Joncas & Annie Pilote
  • Text box 31: Healing as resistance: The interface between psychology and human rights by Kirby Huminuik
  • Text box 32: L’orientation scolaire dans une approche de justice sociale : regard sur le rôle des organisations/A socially just approach to guidance and career counselling: Making the case for organizational level change by Jo Anni Joncas & Annie Pilote
  • Text box 33: Community outreach and psychoeducation with Muslim women: The story of Sarah by Fatima Saleem & Stephanie Martin
  • Text box 34: Therapist self-disclosure: Modelling culturally responsive and socially just supervision by Judy Chew
  • Text box 35: Recovery from Human Rights Violations and Natural Disasters: Implementing Cultural Responsivity and Social Justice Internationally by Adrienne Carter

18 Negotiating multiple, intersecting, marginalized identities: Angéline et Marie against the world
by Sandra Collins

19 Culturally responsive and socially just program development: Inviting community competencies by Jeff Chang

20 Bearing witness internationally and locally: Trauma and healing among refugees
by Adrienne Carter

Part VIII
Looking Backward, Looking Forward

21 Endings as beginnings: Empowering client and counsellor continued competency development
by Sandra Collins

Enhanced, Interactive Glossary
by Sandra Collins

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