Color-Conscious Multicultural Mindfulness Training in the Counseling Field
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Journal of Counseling and Development
The Color-Conscious Multicultural Mindfulness (CCMM) training focuses on addressing intercultural relationship ruptures, individual inequity, and systemic disparities. In this randomized control study, the authors examined the CCMM training effectiveness with 39 prelicensed counselors and counseling students using repeated measures analyses of covariance. Participants reported statistically significant changes in multicultural competence; mindfulness; and color-blind racial attitudes related to privilege, institutional discrimination, and blatant racism. Implications for counselor training practices and future research are provided.
counseling students, counselors, mindfulness, multicultural, training
Lenes, Emi; Swank, Jacqueline M.; Hart, Kimberly A.; Machado, Mercedes M.; Darilus, Stephanie; Ardelt, Monika; Smith-Adcock, Sondra; Rockwood Lane, Mary; and Puig, Ana, "Color-Conscious Multicultural Mindfulness Training in the Counseling Field" (2020). NIU Bibliography. 662.
Department of Counseling and Higher Education (CAHE)