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In this module reflects on spiritual diversity and the role of spirituality in counseling. Religious privilege and oppression is explored. The intersection of ageism in the counseling profession is introduced. Class will review Case study. Intersectional experiences of race, sexuality, gender, and spirituality highlighted.
Combating Ageism: Advocacy for Older Persons
Myers, Jane E., Shannonhouse, Laura R. (2012). Combating Ageism: Advocacy for Older Persons. In Multicultural issues in counseling : New approaches to diversity. Lee, C C. (Ed.).
Ageism and the Counseling Profession: Causes, Consequences, and Methods for Counteraction.
Fullen, M. C. 1. mfullen@vt. ed. (2018). Ageism and the Counseling Profession: Causes, Consequences, and Methods for Counteraction. Professional Counselor, 8(2), 104–114. https://doi-org.brooklyn.ezproxy.cuny.edu/10.15241/mcf.8.2.104
Communicating About Spirituality in Counseling
Curry, Jennifer R., Simpson, Laura R. Communicating About Spirituality in Counseling (2011). In Integrating spirituality and religion into counseling : A guide to competent practice. Young, C. S., & Scott, Y. J.
School Counseling Programs as Spiritual and Religious Safe Zones.
Stloukal, M. E., & Wickman, S. A. (2011). School Counseling Programs as Spiritual and Religious Safe Zones. Counseling & Values, 55(2), 157–170. DOI 10.1002/j.2161-007X.2011.tb00029.x
The Role of Spirituality in Therapeutic Practices.
FRUNZĂ, M. mihafrunza@gmail. co., FRUNZĂ, S. sfrunza@yahoo. co., & GRAD, N. O. ovidiugrad@gmail. co. (2019). The Role of Spirituality in Therapeutic Practices. Journal for the Study of Religions & Ideologies, 18(53), 60–74.
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