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    Title: 迂迴的置身處境:東南亞新住民諮商的多元文化省思與挑戰
    Detouring Situatedness: Multicultural Reflections and Challenges in the Counseling of Southeast Asian Immigrants
    Authors: 陳婉真
    Contributors: 教育系
    Keywords: reflective empathy;psychologist;multicultural counseling;new immigrants;immigrant counseling
    反身性同理;心理師;多元文化諮商;新住民;新住民諮商
    Date: 2017-12
    Issue Date: 2018-12-20 10:41:45 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This study explored the challenges and reflections that Taiwanese psychologists perceive during multicultural counseling with new immigrant clients. The participants were six counselors who had experience counseling new immigrants. Data were collected using individual interviews and analyzed through a discovery-oriented qualitative method. From the perspective of the psychologists, new immigrants were most motivated to seek counseling for issues about their children, their unique situation as immigrants, economic problems, and informed consent. Due to their different cultural contexts, psychologists and the new immigrants exhibited different views on their current home and parents’ home, and their perceptions of the roles of women. The self-awareness and reflection of psychologists are discussed. Detouring situatedness is discussed to understand and reflect on language and communication strategies, counseling relationships (e.g., psychologists as authority), and reflective empathy. Finally, suggestions for further research, counselor training, and counselor education are provided.
    本研究探討心理師進行新住民諮商時所遭遇多元文化諮商的挑戰與困難,並歸納心理師在其中的自我省思。研究參與者為六位曾從事新住民諮商的心理師。資料蒐集採個別深度訪談,並以發現取向進行資料分析。研究結果顯示:一、心理師知覺的新住民處境:新住民以子女議題為晤談動機,以及其在臺灣獨有的現實生活困境與經濟問題,還有對於簽署知後同意書的疑慮。二、心理師的自身處境:心理師和新住民因文化脈絡的不同,在「家與娘家」、「女性角色的自覺差異」上出現文化差異,並探討心理師於兩個議題上的覺察與反思。三、迂迴的置身處境:包含心理師在新住民諮商中語言溝通的省思,討論新住民諮商的溝通策略,以及諮商關係的省思;討論新住民視心理師為權威人物的議題,並提出迂迴的置身處境是通過「理解個案」、「反身向己」與「由己反身」,而達到「反身性同理」的過程。最後,本研究針對未來研究、助人工作者與相關教育訓練提出相關建議。
    Relation: 臺東大學教育學報, Vol.29, No.1, pp.61-96
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute of East Asia Studies ] Periodical Articles

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