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SPCL 7922 Multicultural Counseling & Consultation in Schools: READING BIBLIOGRAPHY

Open Educational Resource (OER) created for Professor Elizalde-Utnick's SPCL 7922 course.

FULL READING CITATIONS WITH LINKS

1. Abakoui, R., & Simmons, R. E. (2010). Sizeism: An unrecognized prejudice. In J. A. E. Cornish, B. A. Schreier, L. I. Nadkarni, L. H. Metzger, & E. R. Rodolfa (Eds.), Handbook of multicultural competencies (pp. 317-349). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

2. Ali, H. (2022). The First Step to An Inclusive Work Culture: Getting Your Colleagues’ Names Right. Downloaded from: https://hadeilali.medium.com/the-first-step-to-an-inclusive-work-culture-getting-your-colleagues-names-right-442b842e0739.

3. Anderson, R. E., & Stevenson, H. C. (2019). RECASTing racial stress and trauma: Theorizing the healing potential of racial socialization in families. American Psychologist, 74(1), 63-75. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/amp0000392

4. Bailey, M., & Trudy (2018). On misogynoir: citation, erasure, and plagiarism. Feminist Media Studies. DOI: 10.1080/14680777.2018.1447395.

5. Chavez-Dueñas, N. Y., Adames, H. Y., Perez-Chavez, J. G., & Salas, S. P. (2019). Healing ethno-racial trauma in Latinx immigrant communities: Cultivating hope, resistance, and action. American Psychologist, 74(1), 49-62.

6. Collins, C. (2017). What is white privilege, really? Teaching Tolerance, 60. Downloaded from: https://www.tolerance.org/magazine/fall-2018/what-is-white-privilege-really

7. DiAngelo, R. (2011). White fragility. International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, 3(3), 54-70.

8. Dragowski, E. A., & Scharrón-del Río, M. (2016). Reflective clinical practice with people of marginalized sexual identities. In P. B. Pedersen, W. J. Lonner, J. G. Draguns, J. E. Trimble, & M. R. Scharrón-del Río (Eds.), Counseling across cultures (7th Ed.) (pp. 273-295). Los Angeles: Sage.

9. Ecklund, K. (2012). Intersectionality of identity in children: A case study. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 43(3), 256-264. DOI: 10.1037/a0028654.

10. Elizalde-Utnick, G., & Guerrero, C. (2014). Best Practices in School-Based Services for Immigrant Children and Families. In: P. L. Harrison, & A. Thomas (Eds.), Best Practices in School Psychology: Foundations (pp.99-111). Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.

11. Foss-Kelly, L. L., Generali, M. M., & Kress, V. E. (2017). Counseling strategies for empowering people living in poverty: The I-CARE Model. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 45, 201-213. DOI: 10.1002/jmcd.12074.

12. Fu, M., Nee, J., & Shen, Y.-C. (2016). Gender, sexism, heterosexism, and privilege across cultures. In P. B. Pedersen, W. J. Lonner, J. G. Draguns, J. E. Trimble, & M. R. Scharrón-del Río (Eds.), Counseling across cultures (7th Ed.) (pp. 273-295). Los Angeles: Sage.

13. Fullen, M. C. (2018). Ageism and the counseling profession: Causes, consequences, and methods for counteraction. Professional Counselor, 8(2), 104–114. 

14. Godreau, I. P. (2008). Slippery semantics: Race talk and everyday uses of racial terminology in Puerto Rico. Centro Journal, 20, 5-33.

15. Hanna, F. J., & Cardona, B. (2013). Multicultural counseling beyond the relationship: Expanding the repertoire with techniques. Journal of Counseling & Development, 91, 349-357. DOI: 10.1002/j.1556-6676.2013.00104.x.

16. Helms, J. E. (2020). A race is a nice thing to have: A guide to being a white person or understanding the white persons in your life. San Diego, CA: Cognella. (selection)

17. Hook, J. N. (2014). Engaging clients with cultural humility. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 33(3), 277-280.

18. Jun, H. (2018). Chapter 2:  Intrapersonal communication (Inner dialogue or inner speech). In Social justice, multicultural counseling, and practice: Beyond a conventional approach (2nd Ed., pp. 21-59). Switzerland: Springer.

19. Kim, M. 2019, Nov. 10). Allyship (& Accomplice): The What, Why, and How. https://medium.com/awaken-blog/allyship-vs-accomplice-the-what-why-and-how-f3da767d48cc

20. Lalami, L. (2020, September 17). I’m a Muslim and Arab American. Will I Ever Be an Equal Citizen? New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/17/magazine/im-a-muslim-and-arab-american-will-i-ever-be-an-equal-citizen.html

21. Liu, W. M., & Watt, S. K. (2012) Counseling and the Culture of Economic Disadvantage. In Multicultural issues in counseling: New approaches to diversity. Lee, C C. (Ed.).

22. Lopez, E. C., & Elizalde-Utnick, G. (in press). Beyond the boundaries of multicultural school psychology. In C. Hatzichristou & B. K. Nastasi (Eds.)., Handbook of school psychology in a global context. NY: Springer.

23. Magaldi-Dopman, D., & Park-Taylor, J. (2013). Sacred adolescence: Practical suggestions for psychologists working with adolescents’ religious and spiritual identity. Spirituality in Clinical Practice, 1(S), 40–52. DOI: 10.1037/2326-4500.1.S.40.

24. Malott, K. M., & Schaefle, S. (2015). Addressing clients’ experiences of racism: A model for clinical practice. Journal of Counseling & Development, 93, 361-369. DOI: 10.1002/jcad.12034.

25. Nadal, K. L. (2014). A guide to responding to microaggressions. CUNY Forum, 2(1), 71-76. 

26. National Association of School Psychologists. (2017). Understanding intersectionality [Handout]. Bethesda, MD: Author.

27. Pérez-Rojas, A. E., Brown, R., Cervantes, A., Valente, T., and Pereira, S. R. (2019). “Alguien abrió la puerta:” The phenomenology of bilingual latinx clients’ use of Spanish and English in psychotherapy. Psychotherapy, 56(2), 241–253.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/pst0000224

28. Prilleltensky, I. (2003). Understanding, resisting, and overcoming oppression: Toward psychopolitical validity. American Journal of Community Psychology, 31(1/2), 195-201.

29. Proctor, S. L., Williams, B., Scherr, T., & Li, K. (2017). Intersectionality and School psychology: Implications for Practice. NASP. Downloaded from:  https://www.nasponline.org/resources-and-publications/resources-and-podcasts/diversity/social-justice/intersectionality-and-school-psychology-implications-for-practice

30. Smart, Julie F. (2012). Counseling Individuals With Physical, Cognitive, and Psychiatric Disabilities. In Multicultural issues in counseling: New approaches to diversity. Lee, C C. (Ed.).

31. Solomon, D. T., Heck, N., Reed, O. M., & Smith, D. E. (2017). Conducting culturally competent intake interviews with LGBTQ youth.  Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, 4(4), 403–411. DOI:10.1037/sgd0000255.

32. Sue, D. W. (2010). Microaggressions in everyday life: Race, gender, and sexual orientation. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. (selection)

33. Sue, D. W. (2015). Race talk and the conspiracy of silence: Understanding and facilitating difficult dialogues on race. Hoboken, N.J. (selection) 

34. Sue, D. W., Alsaidi, S., Awad, M. N., Glaeser, E., Calle, C. Z., & Mendez, N. (2019). Disarming racial microaggressions: Microintervention strategies for targets, white allies, and bystanders. American Psychologist, 74(1), 128-142. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/amp0000296

35. Wilkerson, I. (2020, July 1). America’s enduring caste system. The New York Times Magazine. Downloaded from: https://nyti.ms/2CZ8PHF