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The immigrants find it hard to adapt to the new climatic, social and cultural changes that they
meet. The text is relevant in that it tries to make the reader understand the relationship between
refugees, immigrants and the psychological challenges that might face them.
Dupont-Joshua, A. (2013). Working inter-culturally in counselling settings. Hove: Brunner-
The text introduces us to racial issues that can be recognized with practical, clinical
setting by looking at the settings that can influence practices. Working inter-culturally involves
counselling, training and supervision. To have a better and wide knowledge of it, the text reveals
to us clearly that racial issues has an adverse effect on the immigrants. It deprives the persons the
ability to engage with natives freely. The outcome result is psychological depression. Setting up
counselling services in the culturally diverse communities can be of great help in solving the
challenge. It is important to understand that together with contribution of diverse cultural
heritage, there is always adoption of a world view of events/things.
Forbes, R. J., & Curry Coll., Milton, MA. (2014). Guidelines for the Development of a Program
in Puerto Rican and Cuban Ethnic Heritage Studies at the Post-Secondary Level.
In Johansen, B. E. (2015). American Indian culture: From counting coup to wampum.
The text provides a wide and elaborate historic and demographic overview of American
Indians. It also explores a vast knowledge on the practices of the American Indians. The things
captured in the text include; arts, music, literature, food, spirituality and family. It is common for
immigrants to counter the challenge of language barrier. These unfavorable factors may lead to
psychological problems. It is also important to note that that the Indian American Persons
consulted one another in order to provide solution to challenges they faced from the natives.