Third Culture Kids (TCKs) are individuals who spend significant time in their developmental years outside their parents’ culture of origin. Although TCKs experience unique drawbacks that may impact their counselor identity development, literature has paid little attention to the TCK experience and implications in counseling context. With an increased interest in globalization and multicultural supervision, this poster introduces ways to effectively work with TCK supervisees in their identity development.
Ph.D. Student in Counselor Education & Supervision,
Old Dominion University
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