A dyadic study of multicultural counseling competence.

  title={A dyadic study of multicultural counseling competence.},
  author={Frank R. Dillon and Lilian A. Odera and Alia L. Fons-Scheyd and Hung-Bin Sheu and Ryan C Ebersole and Lisa Spanierman},
  journal={Journal of counseling psychology},
  volume={63 1},
Using the Kenny, Kashy, and Cook (2006) one-with-many method, we investigated client and counselor reports of counselors' level of multicultural counseling competence (MCC) across 4 therapy sessions at a university counseling center. Specifically, we analyzed the association between counselor MCC and client psychological well-being among 133 clients of color receiving psychotherapy from 24 counselors. We found that both client and counselor perspectives suggested that some counselors possessed… 

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