Index of Key Concepts

The purpose of this index is to enable you to search this guide by topic area to look for relevant activities, exercises, learning resources, and/or discussion prompts. Because this is an evolving project (e.g., new content is added regularly), this index will grow over time as new concepts are covered.


A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


 

A

 

Adaptation

Adaptation of Counselling Models

Acculturation

Acculturative Stress

Acts of Resistance

Advocacy

Affirmative Practice

Agency/Self-Determination

Alliance Ruptures

Allyship/Solidarity

Anti-Oppressive Stance

Appreciative Inquiry

B

Between-Group Differences

Bicultural Identities

C

Case Conceptualization (CRSJ)

Client as Cultural Knowledge Source

Client As Expert

Client-Centred/Client-Driven

Client-Counsellor Relationship

Co-Construction of Meaning/Language

Cognitive Complexity

Collective Identity

Collectivist Worldviews

Collaboration on Goals/Processes

Colonial Worldview

Colonialism/Colonization

Colonial Relationship

Colonial Violence/Oppression

Compassion Fatigue

Common Factors

Community Development and Capacity Building

Community Engagement

Conflict Between Socialization Messages

Connection‒Disconnection

Consciousness Raising

Constructive Collaboration

Consultation

Contextualized/Situational Identities

Contextualized/Systemic Lens

Continued Competency

Counselling Skills

Counselling Style

Counsellor Credibility

Counsellor Education

Critical Thinking

Critical Theory

Cross-Cultural Transitions

Cultural Appropriation

Cultural Assumptions/Biases

Cultural Auditing

Cultural Awareness

Cultural Blindness–Cultural Hyperconsciousness

Cultural Competency

Cultural Countertransference

Cultural Distance–Similarity

Cultural Empathy

Cultural Empowerment

Cultural Encapsulation

Cultural Humility

Cultural Hypotheses

Cultural Inquiry

Cultural Knowledge Holders or Guides

CRSJ Change Processes

Cultural Norms

Cultural Responsivity

Cultural Safety

Cultural Self-Awareness

Cultural Self-Exploration

Cultural Sensitivity

Cultural/Systemic Oppression

Cultural Transference

Cultural Identities

Culture-Bound Counselling Models

Culture Shock

Curiosity/Not-Knowing Stance

D

Decolonizing

Decolonizing Therapeutic Relationship

Deconstruction

Discrimination

Dominant Cultural Identity Development

Dominant Discourses

Dominant/Nondominant Groups

E

Ecological Systems Theory

Egalitarian Relationships

Equity Versus Equality

Empowerment for Self-Advocacy

Empowerment/Self-Empowerment

Essentialized/Fixed Identities

Ethical Practice

Ethical Decision-Making

Ethic of Care

Ethnocentrism

Etic (Transcultural) Versus Emic (Culture-Specific)

Expanded Counsellor Roles

Externalizing

F

Feminist Therapy/Theory

First Language Facilitation

Fluidity

G

Global Social Justice

Group Counselling

Codes, Principles, Standards, and Guidelines

H

Health Promotion

Historical/Colonial Trauma

Holistic, Multilevel Assessment

Homophobia

Human Rights

I

Identity Conflict

Identity Disclosure

Identity Narratives/Stories

Immigrants

Inclusivity/Diversity

Indigenizing

Indigenous or Cultural Healers and Ceremonialists

Indigenous or Cultural Healing Practices or Rituals

Indigenous or Cultural Teachings/Wisdom

Indigenous Views of Health and Healing

Indigenous Worldviews

Individualist Worldview

Informed Consent

Institutional/Organizational Oppression

Internalized Oppression

Interorganization Collaboration

Interprofessional Collaboration

Intersectionality

*Isms

J

 

Just Conversations

Justice-Doing

L

Levels of Intervention

Life-Making/Self-Composition

Life Transitions

Lived Experience

Locus of Change/Intervention

Locus of Control/Responsibility

Loss of Cultural Identity and Relationality

M

Marginalization

Meaning-Making

Metatheoretical Lenses

Microaggressions

Multigenerational Issues

Multilevel Interventions

Multiple Identities/Relationalities

Mutual Cultural Empathy

N

Narrative Therapy/Theory

Negotiating Multiple Nondominant Identities

Networking

Nondominant Cultural Identity Development

O

Organizational Development

Organizational Policy Change

Othering

Outreach

P

Peace-Building

Personal Cultural Identities

Personal Is Political

Personal-Professional Values Conflict

Postmodernism

Posttraumatic stress

Power

Power-Over/Expert Position

Practice-Based Evidence

Pragmatic Support

Preferred Outcomes/Futures

Prejudice

Prevention

Privilege

Professional Is Political

Professional Practice/Theory Change

Professional Values

Program Development and Evaluation

Psychoeducation

Psycholonization

R

Rapport

Reconstruction of Cultural Identity/Relationality

Referral and Resource Provision

Reflective Practice

Refugees

Relational-Cultural Therapy

Relational/Family Counselling

Relationality

Relational Practice

Relationship to Land/Place

Repertoire of Change Strategies

Removal of Service Barriers

Research

Resistance

Respect

Re-Storying

Retraumatization

Risk of Pathologizing

S

Salience of Culture

Scholar-Practitioner-Advocate-Leader

Self-Compassion

Self-Disclosure

Self-Efficacy

Service-Based Learning

Sexism/Gender Inequity

Social Change

Social Constructivism or Constructionism

Social Determinants of Health

Social Injustice/Inequity

Social Justice

Social Justice Action/Activism

Social Justice Values

Social Location

Social Support

Sociocultural Construction of Meaning

Sociocultural Narratives/Stories

Stereotypes

Stigma of Counselling and/or Mental Health Issues

Storying

Strengths and Resiliency Focus

Subjectivity of Worldview

Supervision

Systemic/Structural Barriers

Systemic Structural and Policy Change

Systems Level Change

Systems of Knowledge/Meaning

T

Tentativeness

Theoretical Flexibility

Theoretical Lens/Orientation

Theories of Change

Thickening Client Narratives

Transformative/Healing Relationship

Transforming Public Perception

Transparency/Openness

Trauma

Trust

U

Ubiquitous

Underutilization of Services

Unintentional Oppression

V

Values

Values-Based Practice

Values Clarification

Values Differences/Conflicts

Values Imposition

Views of Health and Healing

Visible Versus Invisible Cultural Identities

Voice

W

Ways of Being

Within-Group Differences

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