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Record identifier : 568848
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Iezzi, Michael Pasquale
Title and statement of responsibility : White counselors' awareness of White privilege and their experiences of its impact in counseling [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : New Mexico State University, 2009
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D
Body granting the degree : , New Mexico State University
Summary or Abstract : The concept of White privilege was first introduced into the social science field in 1988. Multicultural counseling competency has been a recent focus of counseling psychology, with self-awareness being an important component. White counselors' awareness of White privilege may be included in the component of self-awareness, although this has not been specifically addressed by prior research. For this study, eight White counseling psychology doctoral students, interns, and licensed psychologists were interviewed to elicit information about how they became aware of White privilege, how being aware of White privilege has impacted their work with clients from ethnic minority populations, and what training programs can do to ensure White counselors become aware of White privilege. A standardized interview protocol was used and interviews were audio-taped. The coding process revealed 13 categories, some with subcategories and themes. The 13 categories were: Definitions of White privilege, observing racism targeted at ethnic minorities/friends/acquaintances, training experiences working with persons from ethnic minority populations, training experiences that increased awareness about White privilege, how awareness of White privilege impacts their counseling with persons from ethnic minority populations, how awareness of White privilege impacts counseling with majority clients, how awareness of White privilege impacts their counseling with clients representing other forms of diversity, lack of awareness of White privilege negatively affected work with clients, definitions of multicultural competence, awareness of White privilege as a multicultural competency, next steps to further enhancing self-awareness of White privilege, suggestions to increase trainees' awareness of White privilege in training programs, and emotional reaction related to awareness of White privilege. Generally, the participants' responses supported previous literature about self-awareness and provided new information about the importance of an awareness of White privilege as a multicultural counseling competency..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Clinical psychology
: Ethnic studies
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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