The book describes how therapists combine multicultural theory with their own life experiences to engage clients meaningfully in cultural issues. Today, many mental health practitioners (MHPs) recognize and recognize the importance of cultural backgrounds – race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation – in their clients’ lives. But many MHP struggles to address cultural issues in practice, whether through unfamiliarity, fear of offending others, or cultural differences or similarities between clients and therapists, making it difficult to view clients objectively.”

In my opinion,because many mental health professionals combine theory with life experience to discover the importance of cultural context in their clients,and if there are cultural similarities or differences between the therapist and the client,there must be a degree of influence that allows the therapist to see the client objectively.


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