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ERIC Number: EJ118525
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1975
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Relationships of Trust and Racial Perceptions Toward Therapist-Client Conditions During Counseling
Wright, Wilbert
Journal of Negro Education, 44, 2, 161-169, Spr 75
The results of this study indicate that both races, black and white, enter into the counseling relationship with some pre-conceived feelings about the opposite race. Yet, if therapy sessions focus on the here-and-now concept, race was not found to preclude counselors from respecting, uncritically accepting, and recognizing the perceptions or feelings symbolized and communicated by different racial groups. (EH)
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