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Review 'This comprehensive text combines theory and techniques in the context of trans-cultural practice. Each chapter challenges the student to understand the influence of his/heracultural beliefs, as they prepare to practice with marginalized clients. This should be a required text in all Counselor Education programs.' - Michael J. Bologna, PhD, Professor, Graduate Counseling program, The College of Saint Rose 'As a teacher of future therapists, I found this text to be a welcome addition to the resources that I am currently using for my courses. The authors have deftly and succulently summarized all the major theories of psychotherapy into clear and relatable chapters which are very appropriate for students.' - David M. Feldman, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Barry University Read more About the Author Michael D. Spiegler (Ph.D., clinical psychology, Vanderbilt University, 1969) has been director of the Community Training Center at the Palo Alto VA Hospital, was on the faculty at the University of Texas, Austin, and currently is Professor of Psychology at Providence College. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Read more