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Rogers & Multicultural Counselling (MacDougall, 2002)

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Journal of Humanistic Psychology, Vol. 42, No. 2, 48-65 (2002)

Rogers’s Person-Centered Approach: Consideration for Use in Multicultural Counseling
Carol MacDougall – Alberta, Canada

To provide competent counseling services to an increasingly diverse clientele, attention must be given to the applicability of the dominant theoretical orientations. Rogers’s person-centered approach is widely used, but the appropriateness of its diverse applications should not be assumed. This article considers the applicability of Rogers’s person-centered approach in multicultural counseling contexts.

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