Assignment 5 Cultural Differences Analysis

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Date: Feb. 19. Assignment 5 Cultural Differences In your post:
1) Consider the full range of racial and cultural differences (sexual orientation, nationality, race, gender, ethnicity, religion, etc.). What are two kinds of cultural/racial background you find (or suspect you will find) more difficult to treat in therapy and what is your understanding of the reasons for this difficulty.
Considering the full range of racial and cultural differences (sexual orientation, nationality, race, gender, ethnicity, religion, etc.), I think that two kinds of cultural/ racial backgrounds that I suspect might be more difficult to treat in therapy are Satanist and Caucasian males. I am a Christian so working with a Satanist might be a little difficult for me because their religion is almost the exact opposite of my religion. Although these things should be kept out of therapy, it is important to note this to myself because I
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However, if I had to select a skill I would say that giving the client feedback might be an obstacle. Sometimes I can be a little too direct and this can make the client feel as though I am attacking them. If a client does feel this way then it is likely that the client may not return back for treatment. This just one reason of why I prefer to do solution focus therapy, it gives a goal and I can be direct in achieving it. I suspect as times goes on I will become better at giving feedback to clients. It’s just a matter of time, it is also important to understand that all client do not react the same way, so in a way it can be helpful to be direct, but it can also be a train of the client’s progress in treatment. Giving feedback is important especially I the early stages because therapists can use this to develop rapport with their clients. Rapport is essential to establish a good therapeutic relationship. From reading Hill, I have concluded that everything runs together similar to

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