Working Inter-Culturally in Counselling Settings explores how racial issues can be recognised and worked with in a practical, clinical setting. Looking at how the counselling setting can influence practice, the book includes chapters in a range of settings, including: Counselling training and supervision Social work The probation service and prisons Setting up counselling services in culturally diverse communities Aisha Dupont-Joshua, together with contributors of diverse cultural heritage, moves away from exclusive white models of thought, and adopts more of a world view, inclusive of cultural difference. Working Inter-Culturally in Counselling Settings will be invaluable for counsellors, trainers, supervisors and other mental health professionals. Elaine Arnold - Training Co-ordinator at Nafsiyat Intercultural Therapy Centre, London N4Angus Igwe - Director of the Centre for Personal and Professional Development, WinchesterDuncan Lawrence - Equa
Aisha Dupont-Joshua, originally from South Africa, is an inter-cultural therapist and trainer, teaching at Lambeth College, London and Southampton University. She has written extensively in the BACP Counselling Journal and has been editor of the RACE Multicultural Journal.