Cross-Cultural Supervision: Guiding the Conversation toward Race and EthnicityCounseling Faculty Publications
AbstractThe following article examines the importance of meaningful discussion of race and ethnicity in cross-cultural supervision. They identify common errors in cross-cultural supervision. Through a case illustration, the authors showcase problems that may arise when racial and cultural factors are inappropriately addressed. Strategies for effective cross-cultural supervision are presented.
Citation InformationDiane Estrada, Marsha Wiggins and Carmen Braun Williams. "Cross-Cultural Supervision: Guiding the Conversation toward Race and Ethnicity" (2004)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/diane-estrada/12/