Build your intercultural communication skills to ensure the best possible patient outcomes. Features embedded video with dramatizations of realistic health-care scenarios.
Cultural Competency Skills for Psychologists, Psychotherapists, and Counselling Professionals teaches techniques for meeting the challenges of working with culturally diverse patients and their families. The skills professionals and students acquire through using this workbook will improve their communication and problem-solving abilities when working across cultures. The workbook provides eight learning modules based on realistic health-care scenarios, along with exercises and self-assessment tools.
About the authors
Earle H. Waugh is Associate Professor and Chairman of the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Alberta. His publications include books and articles on the religion and philosophy of India.
K. Dad Prithipaul, Associate Professor at the University of Alberta, has published numerous books and articles relating to his areas of specialization — Hinduism, Buddhism, and comparative religion.
Olga Szafran is Associate Director of Research in the Department of Family Medicine, University of Alberta in Edmonton.
Jean A.C. Triscott, MD, Professor and Director of the Division of Care of the Elderly, Department of Family Medicine, University of Alberta.
Roger Parent, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Campus Saint-Jean, University of Alberta.
Doody Review: 4 Stars, 94/100 The workbook does a good job of detailing the practical considerations of providing help to clients from different cultures.
Gary Kaniuk, PsyD, Cermak Health Services