African American, Counselor Preparation, White Clients, Counselor Education
This study explored how Black students are prepared to counsel White clients in two predominantly White universities. Data analysis revealed five themes, which exposed Black students’ preparation experiences: (a) relevant content excluded, (b) stereotyping experienced, (c) authenticity challenged, (d) counter spaces should be included, and (e) cultural sensitivity of faculty warrants increase. The authors discuss implications of the study’s findings for educators as well as limitations and recommendations for future research.
Haskins, N. H., Phelps, R. E., & Crowell, C. (2015). Critically Examining Black Students’ Preparation to Counsel White Clients. The Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, 7(3). http://dx.doi.org/10.7729/73.1077