on October 12, 2005
This book is an excellent , current resource for counseling multicultural groups/individuals, in the truest sense of "multicultural". Every chapter is written by a member of the group being studied, so the perspective of the insider is real, not bookish or purely academic/research based. It is also a very quick and easy read, and as interesting as it is informative.
on November 2, 2008
Very thorough, balanced viewpoints, useful chapter sections (especially the exercises at the end of each chapter), and empirically supported throughout. Also really like that each chapter is written by a different author, so you get a lot of different viewpoints and writing styles. Definitely recommend to anyone needing to teach a multicultural counseling course or strengthen their own multicultural counseling competencies.