Multiracial families comprise a rapidly growing population in the United States. This volume addresses this population, so often neglected in the counselling literature.
Following an historical overview, the authors: address both the special needs and special strengths of multiracial families; explore the challenges facing interracially married couples; examine social and cultural issues pertinent to parenting multiracial children; and translate results of biracial identity development research into counselling practice.
|Multiracial Individuals, Interracial Couples and Families|
|Current Conditions and Challenges|
|Issues across the Lifespan|