Religious Diversity From a Jewish Perspective
The exploration of spiritual and religious diversity may receive less attention in counselor education than is warranted, resulting in counselors who are unprepared to deal with spiritual and religious issues in counseling. This trend could have a negative impact on Jewish clients, as well as on other religious clients, who feel that issues related to their identity are ignored. The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (2001) has recognized that religious diversity is an integral component of the multicultural counseling movement, but counselor education and training programs, as a whole, still need to embrace this standard.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Levitt, Dana and Balkin, Richard S., "Religious Diversity From a Jewish Perspective" (2003). Department of Counseling Scholarship and Creative Works. 60.