By Pittu Laungani
Asian views in Counselling and Psychotherapy considers what precisely cross-cultural counselling and psychotherapy suggest. issues lined contain: * an in depth research of the concept that of tradition, and the connection among tradition and remedy* a comparative examine of Western cultures and japanese cultures* the ancient improvement of counselling and psychotherapy in Western nations* the controversies on the topic of the matter of 'matching' consumers with therapists. Illustrated by way of stimulating case reports, the theoretical wisdom and useful recommendation awarded in Asian views in Counselling and Psychotherapy could be valuable analyzing to all working towards and coaching counsellors and psychotherapists.
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The cross-migration once again led to violence, butchery and senseless savagery. It also created a generation of more than half a million refugees both in Bangladesh and in India. Britain – the mother country of its colonies Since Britain was seen as the ‘mother’ country of all its colonies, there were many persons in India and Pakistan (and of course in other colonies) who decided to migrate there. During the 1950s there 30 Asian perspectives in counselling and psychotherapy were no diﬃculties and hardly any obstacles (other than the usual bureaucratic and health-related ones) to prevent any of the ‘subjects’ of the colonies from coming into Britain.
He plied me with lots of questions, which were concerned almost entirely with life in London, which is where he said he had been born. Initially, the two daughters were rather shy when I tried to engage them in conversation, but gradually they too started to ply me with questions related to ‘life in England’. Both of them spoke English with an Indian accent. It surprised me to learn that neither of the two sisters spoke any of the Indian languages. In India, one assumes that a child ‘picks up’ the local languages almost without trying; they form an integral part of the cultural atmosphere.
It often results in conﬂict, which if unresolved, leads to severe stress, and in extreme cases to an identity crisis (Erikson 1963; Maslow 1970, 1971; Camilleri 1989). In other words, the individual concerned has to ‘work’ towards achieving an appropriate identity. Erikson’s theory has enjoyed great popularity, but it has not gone unchallenged, both within western cultures and across cultures. While there is signiﬁcant support for his fundamental formulations concerning the concept of identity, some doubts have been expressed concerning the theory’s empirical validity (Waterman 1981).