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Important Individual Differences in Clinician/Client Interactions

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Abstract

While patterns of racial/ethnic subgroup differences are important (see previous chapter), variables that influence a wide range of individual differences in clinician/client interactions are equally as important for applied psychologists to understand and appreciate. The term “individual differences” is broadly defined to encompass individual differences in cultural characteristics within racial/ethnic groups, levels of intergroup contact, psychological service setting variables, client characteristics, and psychological services. The chapter ends with a discussion of the appropriateness to which race/ethnicity can be considered “primordial” in clinician/client interactions.

Keywords

  • Individual differences
  • Cultural characteristics
  • Psychological services
  • Client characteristics
  • Treatment paradigms
  • Immigration status
  • Intergroup contact
  • Race
  • Ethnicity

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