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Record identifier : 568623
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Cathey-Austin, Karen D
Title and statement of responsibility : A view of multicultural counseling competency by counselor educators: Faculty perspectives [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : The University of Mississippi, 2009
Language of the Item : eng
Body granting the degree : The University of Mississippi
Summary or Abstract : Multicultural counseling competency (MCC) is an important factor in counselor educators' ability to provide effective training and therapy across the spectrum of diverse cultures, races and ethnicities. There are models theorizing the factors important to the development of MCC and studies, mainly quantitative, identifying factors in MCC development. But there is little information detailing the process of becoming a multiculturally competent counselor, especially from the perspective of those responsible for the development of MCC in trainees. The present study utilized a phenomenological inquiry design to explore the process of MCC. Interviews were conducted with 16 counselor educators who focus on multicultural issues in their scholarship (teaching, research, and service) and teach at a CACREP-accredited institution. The qualitative data was organized and analyzed using an inductive process specifically developed by Moustakas (1994) for the analysis of phenomenological data. Three major themes and eight subthemes emerged from the data, and they were delineated into either experiences or perspectives of MCC. Based on the experiences of these 16 participants, the overall experience of MCC development that emerged was that it is a challenging journey. The study revealed that the 16 faculty participants in my study conceptualize the experience of becoming more MCC as a necessary element of who they are as a person and a counselor. For them, the essence of MCC development is transformational, conscientious engagement in worthwhile internal and external challenges in order to improve themselves, oppressed others, and larger society. And becoming more MCC means that they will be working at it throughout their lives, that they will make mistakes along the way, that it will be hard and rewarding, and that they cannot do it alone..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Bilingual education, Adult education, School counseling
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