Part I: Foundational Concepts for Counselling in Cultural Contexts.- Infusing Culture and Social justice in Ethical Practices With All Clients.- Culture-Infused Counselling: Context, Identities, and Social Justice.- Part II: Culture-Infused Counselling: Case Studies of Contexts, Identities, and Social Justice.- Go Back to Your Trailer: Essential Social Class Awareness for Counsellors.- Fragmented Faith and the Rediscovery of God: A Feminist Perspective.- Culturally Responsive and Socially Just Engagement: An Emergent and Ongoing Process in Counselling Women.- The Weight of the World in her Hands.- Stephen's Story: A Culture-Infused Perspective of Life-Making in Therapeutic Work With Transgender Clients.-Therapy as Ceremony: Decolonizing & Indigenizing Our Practice.- Intersections of Gender and Refugee Experience: Through Azra's Eyes.- Using a Feminist-Multicultural Lens when Counselling Adolescent Females:Intersecting Cultural Identities and Multiple Social Locations.- The Relevance of Spirituality to Cultural Identity Reconstruction for African Caribbean Immigrant Women.- Intersectionality and International Student Identities in Transition.- Indigenizing and Decolonizing Therapeutic Responses to Trauma-related Dissociation.- Thinking Outside the Box: Integrating Culture, Identity, Academia, and Career/Life Planning with Aboriginal Women.- Prelude to the International Year of Mercy: Socially Just Counselling for Refugees.- Refugee-Serving Multicultural Therapy Practicum: An Example of a Culture-Infused, Service-Based Training Program.- Culture-Infused Counselling: Moving Forward with Applied Activism and Advocacy
Dr. Nancy Arthur is a Professor and former Canada Research Chair, Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Dr. Arthur has written extensively in the field of multicultural counselling and co-developed the model of Culture-Infused Counselling, also adapted for use in career counselling. Dr. Arthur is a registered psychologist and elected Fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association and currently serves as Vice-President of the International Association for Educational and Vocational Guidance. Dr. Arthur's research interests focus on professional education for diversity and social justice, and international learning and employment transitions.