Tailoring University Counselling Services to Aboriginal and International Students: Lessons from Native and International Student Centres at a Canadian University

This paper reviews experiences from a doctoral-level practicum in
counselling psychology that targeted aboriginal and international university
students outside of the mainstream counselling services at a western Canadian university over a two-year period. It recommends an integrated approach,
combining assessment, learning strategy skills, and counselling skills while
incorporating community development methodology. The paper concludes
with recommendations for counsellor training that will enhance services to
both international and aboriginal students.
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