Diversity and Development: Critical Contexts that Shape Our Lives and Relationships
This edited, counseling-specific text provides graduate students with needed information on human growth and development. It provides a brief overview of developmental theories, all of which are a review to students from their undergraduate work. At its heart, the book, based on Relational-Cultural theory, addresses various topics and critical contexts as they relate to human growth and development and stresses relational development, critical thinking and the central theme of how shame plays into development.
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