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Bushong, a licensed marriage and family therapist, delves into this previously, unexplored world of how to effectively counsel clients raised outside of their parents' home culture. The readers will discover what are the basic characteristics and counseling skills effective with Third Culture Kids (those who have spent the majority of their developmental years outside of their passport country). Author: Lois Bushong Publisher: Mango Tree Intercultural Services

AUTHOR(s): Bushong, Lois
PUBLISHER: Mango Tree Intercultural Services
SOURCE: Amazon

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Biblical Multicultural Teams speaks to the heart of cultural misunderstanding- our childhood upbringing. Sheryl Takagi Silzer is able in this work to provide both an honest look at her own cross-cultural experience and an astute academic understanding of cross-cultural communication. We all work and function in a multicultural world. The advice and wisdom in Biblical Multicultural Teams will thus enable you to take a hard look at assumptions and attitudes found in your team and to work on submi...

AUTHOR(s): Silzer, Sheryl Takagi
PUBLISHER: William Carey International University Press
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Just like a space shuttle struggles and strains to re-enter the earth's atmosphere, so those returning from living overseas can find themselves confused and in a state of panic at coming home. While people anticipate that going overseas will require major changes in their lifestyles and thinking, few anticipate the difficulties they will face upon return.Intended to aid the re-entry process, this encouraging, and insightful book deals with these important subjects:adapting to the passport cultu...

AUTHOR(s): Knell, Marion
PUBLISHER: IVP Books ISBN: 0-8308-5617-X
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This multiformat and free guide for young readers defines the coronavirus, explains why everyday routines have been disrupted, and lays out how everyone can do their part to help. With child-appropriate answers and explanations, the book addresses key questions, like: How do you catch coronavirus and what happens if you have it? Why are people so worried about it? Is there a cure? Why do we have to stay home? What can I do to help? And what happens next? By Elizabeth Jenner  (Author), Kate...

AUTHOR(s): Jenner, Elizabeth , Wilson, Kate
PUBLISHER: Nosy Crow

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Dr. Ron Koteskey and his wife Bonnie are volunteering their time to provide mental health resources for cross-cultural workers around the world. As part of this service they have developed a series of brochures / articles, and written a series of e-books including: "Coming Home": The Re-entry Transition, We're Going Home: Reentry for Elementary School Children (with a guide for parents), What Cross-Cultural Workers Ought to Know, one for parents titled Understanding Adolescence, and one for TCK...

AUTHOR(s): Koteskey, Ronald L. , Koteskey, Bonnie
SOURCE: Cross Cultural Workers

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