diversity chapter 10 Racial/Cultural Identity Development: Therapeutic Implications
Terms in this set (9)
levels of consciousness
1. conformity 2. dissonance 3. resistance and immersion 4. introspection 5. integrative awareness
self/other perception stages
attitude and beliefs toward 1. self 2. members of same minority 3. members of different minorities 4. members of the dominant group
conformity main idea
internalized the majority of White stereotypes about their group
conformity denial mechanism
"I'm not like them; I've made it on my own; I'm the exception."
dissonance main idea
There is now a growing sense of personal awareness that racism does exist, that not all aspects of the minority or majority culture are good or bad, and that one cannot escape one's cultural heritage
resistance and immersion
the pendulum swings drastically from original identification with White ways to identification in an unquestioning manner with the minority-group's ways.
resistance and immersion emotions
considerable anger and hostility directed toward White society. There is a feeling of distrust and dislike for all members of the dominant group in an almost global anti-White demonstration and feeling.
Increased discomfort with rigidly help group views (i.e., all Whites are bad).Attempts to understand one's cultural heritage and to develop an integrated identity.
In other words, the person begins to perceive his or her self as an autonomous individual who is unique (individual level of identity), a member of one's own racial-cultural group (group level of identity), a member of a larger society, and a member of the human race (universal level of identity).
OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR
Pinsof ch 6
dementia, delirium, ptsd
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
White Racial Identity - Helms
diversity chapter 12 Social Justice Counseling/Therapy
Hays' ADDRESSING model
diversity chapter 7 Culturally Appropriate Interventions