Complete the following:
· Read the Unit 2 introduction if you have not done so.
· In the Sue and Sue text, Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice, read the following:
o Chapter 5, “The Impact of Systemic Oppression: Counselor Credibility and Client Worldviews.”
o Chapter 6, “Microaggressions in Counseling and Psychotherapy.”
o Chapter 12, “White Racial Identity Development: Counseling Implications.”
· Read Neville, Spanierman, and Doan’s 2006 article, “Exploring the Association Between Color-Blind Racial Ideology and Multicultural Counseling Competencies,” from Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, volume 12, issue 2, pages 275–290.
Each discussion must be 250 words minimum
At the beginning of Chapter 5, Sue and Sue present the case of Malachi. The authors cite seven critiques of the counselor’s statements about the client.
For this discussion, analyze each of the seven critiques using Dr. Greene’s analysis of the power paradigm and other assigned readings. If you disagree with the statements of Sue and Sue regarding Malachi, describe your areas of disagreement and advocate for your dissent using Dr. Greene’s paradigm or the unit readings.
Privilege, Old and New
Imagine the following scenario:
You are ninth-century Byzantine nobility, and your family has become wealthy through capturing Slavs north of the empire’s borders and selling them into slavery. You are devoutly religious and truly appalled at the pagan practices of the Slavs. You believe other features, beyond their paganism, provide further evidence of their inferior state of being.
For this discussion:
· Describe how being involved in such a process might eventually inculcate in you a sense of privilege. Give some elaboration of what psychological beliefs and processes might accompany that sense of privilege.
· Compare this scenario to the assigned readings that speak about white privilege, and describe similarities and differences. How much of privilege is a universal process, and how much is particular to historical time and place? How does Dr. Greene’s paradigm of power factor in to this?
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