SATIR CENTRE BOOKS AND ARTICLES
Bridging East-West Psychology and Counselling: Exploring the Work of Pittu Laungani
Edited by Roy Moodley, Edited by Aanchal Rai, Edited by Waseem Alladin
Part Four: Multicultural Transitions and Therapeutic Relationships
Chapter 19 ‘Pittu Laungani, Multicultural Humanism and Eclectic Psychotherapy’ (Page 255-261) written by Dr Sandra E. S. Neil
Format Hardback | 348 pages
Publication date 30 Jul 2010
Publisher Sage Publications India Pvt Ltd
Publication City/Country New Delhi, India
Edition Statement Reprint
Click for more information.
This edited volume in honour of Dr Pittu Laungani, one of the leading cross-cultural psychologists of the West, brings together renowned names in the field of Psychology who critique Dr Laungani's contribution from various angles.
It explores the nature of cross-cultural psychology, counselling and psychotherapy, specifically attempting to build bridges between Indian philosophy and the Western approaches and methods.
The various chapters consider interesting and challenging questions like culture and stress, traditional healing and Hindu spirituality, and caste, class and culture and their relationship to counselling psychology.
The book will be of great interest to those teaching and studying courses on cross-cultural counselling and psychotherapy and also multicultural social work.