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R2 Abstract

R2: Abstract

In this age of increasing financial, policy-related, and operational challenges, it has become important to the use rehabilitation models to validate the effectiveness of different culturally-sensitive vocational rehabilitation practices. Current research in working alliance will serve as the foundation for conducting this line of enquiry. The rationale is that cultural biases-racial stereotypes can be made explicit in a working alliance model via the discrepancies in VR expectancies between counselors and consumers.

Collaborators: East Carolina University and University of Wisconsin at Madison