Intercultural Counseling: Bridging the Us and Them Divide by Gerald Monk, John Winslade, Stacey Sinclair, and marcela polanco provides a thoroughly fresh approach to addressing cultural differences that includes a complete reconceptualization of multiculturalism. The book contains several pedagogical features to facilitate learning and improve the student experience.
Discussion Questions are provided throughout the text to engage students, encourage critical thinking, and stimulate in-class conversation.
Exercises throughout the text represent engaging and interactive opportunities for students to apply what they’re learning, participate in meaningful reflection, and build knowledge and understanding.
Personal Stories illustrate many elements covered in the text, making the theory and practice of intercultural counseling come alive.
Response to Chapter Sections at the end of each chapter present commentary that addresses both practical and theoretical responses of distinguished scholars in the field. These commentaries enhance the book by creating a multiplicity of voices and providing a variety of perspectives.
Highlight Boxes and Informational Figures provide additional insights to the concepts presented throughout the text.