Primary Objective: To broaden the conceptualization of marginalization to go beyond the limited range of groups that currently receive clinical/research attention and to inform ethical practice in order to contribute to the clinical competence of mental health practitioners working with marginalized populations. Secondary Objectives: To present an approach to counseling people from marginalized groups; To highlight the particular flexibility needed when applying mainstream counseling techniques and skills to a population other than the one they were intended for.
Contribution to Book
Counseling with the MarginalizedCounseling Across Cultures
Document TypeContribution to Book
EditorP.B. Pedersen, J.G. Daguns, W.J. Lonner, & J.E. Trimble
Citation InformationDomenech Rodríguez, M., McNeal, C.T., & Cauce, A.M. (2008). Counseling the marginalized. In P.B. Pedersen, J.G. Daguns, W.J. Lonner, & J.E. Trimble (Eds.), Counseling across cultures (6th ed.) (pp. 223-238). Thousand Oaks: Sage.