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(p. 152) Individual and Cultural Diversity 

(p. 152) Individual and Cultural Diversity
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(p. 152) Individual and Cultural Diversity
Author(s):

Christine Maguth Nezu

, Christopher R. Martell

, and Arthur M. Nezu

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195382327.003.0011
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date: 26 January 2021

Chapter 11 provides a focus on multicultural competencies related to the practice of cognitive and behavioural psychology consistent with the core foundational competencies in professional psychology, especially with regard to individual and cultural diversity. It provides a unique perspective for cultural competency focusing on the principle of self- awareness, as well as respect for how an individual’s past and current functioning is impacted by a wide breadth of multicultural and individual factors. It also discusses the implications for assessment, intervention, and therapeutic alliance.

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