The relationship between individualism vs. collectivism and the culturally intelligent behavior of counselor trainees Public Deposited

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  • Multicultural competency has been established as important component of communicating within a cross-cultural ecology. Yet, there is evidence that many counselors struggle to communicate and interact outside of their own cultural communication norms. Until this study, no one has attempted to integrate culture and intelligence as a unitary counseling construct. This study attempted to discover if a relationship existed between individualism vs. collectivism and the culturally intelligent behavior of counselor trainees. The results of this study found no relationship between individualism vs. collectivism and the culturally intelligence behavior of these counselor trainees. Explanations for the results are discussed. The results of this study create future researchers an opportunity to explore the relationship of individualism vs. collectivism or cultural intelligence to other counseling constructs.
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