Open Access Graduate Research Paper
There a1·e a fairly good number of Japanese students studying at many American colleges and universities Counseling of Japanese students should be examined from two aspects: Japanese students as international students and as Asians with cultural values similar to Asian Americans. Some studies have been done on the mental health of Asian Americans and international students and the needs for cross-cultural counseling of clients with diverse cultural backgrounds. Little research has been done which focuses on Japanese students. In this paper, I would like to address some cultural characteristics which influence a counseling relationship and processes of counseling with Japanese students in a multicultural context.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Educational Administration and Counseling
Jack F. Kimball
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©1987 Satoko Watanabe
Watanabe, Satoko, "Counseling of Japanese college students in cross-cultural contexts" (1987). Graduate Research Papers. 3478.