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Communication with the Other: Existential Crisis Triggers a Marital Crisis

Paul T. P. Wong & Lilian C. J. Wong Introduction All the evidence on effective psychotherapy has confirmed that relationship heals regardless of what therapeutic approach is employed (Duncan, Miller, Wampold & Hubbel, 2009). However, from a humanistic-existential framework, relationship goes beyond building rapport and therapeutic alliance; the curative effect of relationship can only be […]

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Multicultural Competencies in Group Supervision

Lilian C. J. Wong, Ph.D. Multicultural competency in group supervision poses greater challenges than in individual supervision, because of the additional considerations of intra-group dynamics and cultural sensitivity between group members. For example, a supervisor’s critique of an ethnic minority supervisee might be more injurious to that student whose culture is more concerned about shame […]

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