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Bringing global and multicultural considerations into the counseling curriculum.
Lisa L. Schulz, PhD, LPC-S, LPSC, NCC
University of North Texas
Project Description
This poster describes the effectiveness of a peer coconstructed project involving multiple interviews.
The interview data is analyzed, then compared and
contrasted. The similarities and differences are
accounted for through the lens of lifespan
development. Pre-service graduate level
counselors-in-training focus on human
development across the lifespan to increase both
multicultural competence and cross-cultural
communication skills.
Developmental Interview and
Group Presentation
“A” Dimensions
Age Culture Ethnicity
Gender
Language
Physical/Mental Well Being
Race
Sexual Orientation
Social Class
Project Objectives
Broad goal: Demonstrate an understanding of a
particular phase of human development via the lived
experiences of interviewees.
2nd & 3rd level GLO:
SWDAT describe the process of cognitive development
w/in the stage.
• SWDAT compare the process of cognitive
development of all group interviewees.
• SWDAT contrast the process of cognitive development
of all group interviewees.
• SWDAT account for the similarities in cognitive
development between all group interviewees.
• SWDAT account for the differences in cognitive
development between all group interviewees.
SWDAT describe the process of physical development
w/in the stage.
• SWDAT compare the process of physical development
of all group interviewees.
• SWDAT contrast the process of physical development
of all group interviewees.
• SWDAT account for the similarities in physical
development between all group interviewees.
• SWDAT account for the differences in physical
development between all group interviewees,
SWDAT describe the process of emotional / social
development w/in the stage.
• SWDAT compare the process of emotional/social
development of all group interviewees.
• SWDAT contrast the process of emotional/social
development of all group interviewees.
• SWDAT account for the similarities in emotional/social
development between all group interviewees.
• SWDAT account for the differences in emotional/social
development between all group interviewees.
RESEARCH POSTER PRESENTATION DESIGN © 2012
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Dimensions of Personal Identity
Personal Reflections
Provide a narrative about your interview
experience. Use this opportunity to consider
the larger context, the meaning, and the
implications of your interview experience.
Process what you have been learning, how you
are individually impacted by the experience,
and how your counseling effectiveness may be
enhanced by the experience. Be sure to
examine cultural attitudes towards the
interviewee, and his or her environment and
lived experiences that may contribute to the
overall impact of the experience.
Part One: The interviews –
 Each member of the group is required to
interview one (1) person in the age range of the
phase of life selected. This person must be a
complete stranger and differ from the
interviewer in various dimensions of identity.
The group must profile interviewees of diverse
identities and backgrounds.
Part Two: Elements of the presentation  Describe the developmental process of the
people you interviewed, accounting for the
similarities and differences among them.
 Highlight the developmental processes,
concerns, characteristics and/or topics that
seem to be most relevant to a counseling
situation for your interviewees.
 Describe the research which illustrates the most
effective counseling interventions and
techniques for your developmental phase of life
and appropriate for your interviewees.
“B” Dimensions
Education Background
Geographic Location
Hobbies/recreational
Health Care Practices/Beliefs
Religion/Spirituality
Military Experience
Relationship Status
Work Experience
“C” Dimensions
Bronfenbrenner, U. (1988). Interacting
systems in human development. In N.
Bolger, A. Caspi, G. Downey, & M.
Moorehouse (Eds.), Persons in context:
Developmental processes (pp. 25-49).
New York: Cambridge University Press.
Contact Information:
Historical Moments / Eras
Arredondo, P., Toporek, R., Brown, S.,
Jones, J., Locke, D.C., Sanchez, J., &
Stadler, H. (1996). Operationalization of
multicultural competencies. Journal of
Multicultural Counseling, 24(1), 42-78.
Lisa L. Schulz, PhD, LPC-S, LPSC, NCC
Clinical Assistant Professor
University of North Texas Counseling Program
1155 Union Circle #310829 Denton, TX 76203
940/565.5913 (O), 940/565-2905 (F)
[email protected]
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