As the literature in multi- and cross-cultural counselling continues to grow, counselling psychologists are faced with the task of making sense and finding guidance out of a bewildering amount of data, assertions and theory. In this article, an examination of significant issues and alternative viewpoints in the practice of counselling with multicultural clients is presented to stimulate thought and encourage further engagement, discussion and improvements in professional practice. A concluding synopsis of basic guidelines for development and competence in practice is given.
Johannes, C., & Erwin, P. (2004). Developing Multicultural Competence: Perspectives on Theory and Practice. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 17(3), 329-338. https://doi.org/10.1080/09515070412331317558