Multicultural competency is a necessary component of counselor supervision. However, when ingrained and unquestioned biases tied to personal identity arise, it may feel impossible to have important conversations in a professional and safe way. The authors propose a conceptual framework that provides a navigational toolkit for these difficult conversations. A brief case example highlights a possible scenario and path to resolution.
Popejoy, Erin K.; Shoge, Kendra; and Houin, Cameron
"Cultivating Multicultural Competency in Supervision Using an Identity Style Framework,"
Journal of Counseling Research and Practice: Vol. 5:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://egrove.olemiss.edu/jcrp/vol5/iss1/2