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Title Counseling Muslims In a western context / Microtraining and Multicultural Development ; directed and edited by Joshua M. Peltier.

Published [Framington, Mass.] : Microtraining Associates, [2004]


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (49 minutes).
Series Counseling and therapy in video, volume 1.
Counseling and therapy in video, volume 1.
Notes Previously published as DVD.
Contents Introduction (22:40) -- Vignette: Counseling a recent immigrant (12:49) -- Case 1/Vignette 1: Adolescent rebellion (5:12) -- Case 2/Vignette 2: The role of the spouse -- Case 3/Vignette 3: Post-traumatic stress (4:52).
Summary Counseling Muslims blends lecture, case vignettes, and de- briefings for a comprehensive overview of counseling people of Muslim faith. In a dynamic lecture coupled with PowerPoint slides, Dr. Farah Ibrahim presents demographics, tenets of the faith, and strategies to incorporate Islamic spiritual beliefs in the counseling process to make it culturally appropriate to Muslims. Following the lecture are counseling vignettes that include counseling a new immigrant, a family counseling session with an intergenerational crisis with an adolescent; a couple struggling with their contrasting interpretations of a man and woman's role in a marriage; and an individual counseling session featuring a Muslim woman experiencing trauma post 9/11.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Counseling and therapy in video). Available via World Wide Web.
Other author Ibrahim, Farah A., speaker.
Peltier, Joshua M., director, film editor.
Microtraining and Multicultural Development (Firm)
Microtraining Associates.
Subject Cross-cultural counseling.
Muslims -- Counseling of.
Muslims -- Psychology.
Palestinian Arabs -- Counseling of.
Palestinian Arabs -- Psychology.