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Greetings! I'm honored to be your personal librarian for CSLG 5170

I can help you pick a topic, find articles, or answer any other question.  Seriously.  I got you!

I share office hours with an awesome team of librarians, so if you'd like some one-on-one help click here to book an appointment or let me know a time that works for you We're here for you!

Sarah Naomi Campbell| | 401-598-5019

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Cultural Competency: Working with African American/Black Clients

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Microaggressions, Multiculturalism, and Gifted Individuals Who Are Black, Hispanic, or Low Income.

African American Counselors-In-Training, the Black Church, and Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual-Affirmative Counseling: Considerations for Counselor Education Programs

Mental Health Care Services for African AmericansParity or Disparity?

Responding to Race Related Trauma: Counseling and Research Recommendations to Promote Post- Traumatic Growth when Counseling African American Males.

Cultural Competency: Working with Latino/a clients


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Latino immigration: Preparing school psychologists to meet students’ needs.

Cultural humility and racial microaggressions in counseling.

Acculturation, discrimination, and depression among unauthorized Latinos/as in the United States.‚Äč

Acculturative stress, emotion regulation, and affective symptomology among Latino/a college students.

The efficacy of behavioral activation treatment among depressed Spanish-speaking Latinos.

Effects of level of acculturation and counseling style on Hispanic students' perceptions of counselor.

Cultural Competency: Working with Native American clients

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Multicultural Considerations for Counselling First Nations Clients.

Counseling Native Americans: An Introduction for Non-Native American Counselors.

Honoring Their Way: Counseling American Indian Women.

Two Spirit: Counseling Native American gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual People.

Native American Healing Practices and Counseling.

Cultural Competency: Working with East/Southeast clients

An Examination of the Impact of Minority Status Stress and Impostor Feelings on the Mental Health of Diverse Ethnic Minority College Students.

Work Experiences of Foreign-Born Asian Women Counseling and Psychology Faculty.

Internationalizing counselling: A Southeast Asian perspective.

Visiting the Site of Death: Experiences of the Bereaved after the 2004 Southeast Asian Tsunami

Counselling Expectations of a Sample of East Asian and Caucasian Canadian Undergraduates in Canada.

East Asian International Student Experiences as Learners of English as an Additional Language: Implications for School Counsellors

Cultural Competency: Working with European-American clients

Attachment Style Differences and Depression in African American and European American College Women: Normative Adaptations?

Mental illness stigma as a mediator of differences in Caucasian and South Asian college students' attitudes toward psychological counseling.

What's in a face? Counseling trainees' ability to read emotions.

Counseling services for Asian, Latino/a, and White American students: Initial severity, session attendance, and outcome.

Insights Gained From a Cultural Contexts Counseling Course in a Rural Setting.

Cultural Competency: Working with South Asian clients

Attitudes Toward Professional Psychological Help Seeking in South Asian Students: Role of Stigma and Gender.

Group Counseling with South Asian Immigrant High School Girls: Reflections and Commentary of a Group Facilitator

South Asians in College Counseling

Mental illness stigma as a mediator of differences in Caucasian and South Asian college students' attitudes toward psychological counseling.

Cultural Competency: Working with Middle Eastern clients

Competent Counseling for Middle Eastern American Clients: Implications for Trainees.

Nondirective counseling in Islamic culture in the Middle East explored through the work of one Muslim person-centered counselor in the State of Qatar.

Resilience in sexual and gender minority forced migrants: A qualitative exploration.

Substance use among Palestinian youth in the West Bank, Palestine: a qualitative investigation

Cultural humility: Measuring openness to culturally diverse clients.


Did you know you can copy and paste citations if you use the library's databases?

1. Save time -  look for the "Cite" Button or " " icon.

2. Scroll to the style you need (APA)

3. Copy and paste the full citation into your paper

Ta Da!  You're done!  Well, almost.  Sometimes weird formatting issues happen, so always double check your work.


Need help with in-text citations or more complicated citations?  Use the OWL It's super easy, and totally simple. This is also a really good time to make an appointment with a writing tutor to make sure your paper is totally perfect and all your citations are good to go or reach out to me for help!