Title

Culturally Sensitive Informed Choice in RehabilitationCounseling

Document Type

Article

Journal/Book Title/Conference

Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling

Volume

28

Publication Date

1997

First Page

32

Last Page

37

Abstract

The principle of informed choice has become a cornerstone of rehabilitation service. However, this principle may be more difficult to achieve when client and counselor are from different cultural, linguistic and ethnic backgrounds. This article lists several barriers that can be associated with culturally sensitive informed-choice practices and presents recommendations for practice which address these barriers.

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