Counseling South Asian international students
About the book:
bThe Handbook provides a detailed look at the lives of international students and the personal and academic challenges they face before, during, and after their college experience. Thirty-seven experts from around the world discuss a variety of common international student issues including adapting to an unfamiliar culture and educational system, family expectations, isolation and adjustment, U.S. legal system bureaucracy, career decision and management, sexual orientation, disability, financial obligations, and returning home. Special chapters focus on the unique needs of students from eastern and southern Asia, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Europe, New Zealand, and the former USSR nations.
Ibrahim, F. A., & Ingram, M. A. (2007). Counseling South Asian international students. In R. Singaravelu & M. Pope (Ed.), Counseling International students (pp. 195-211). Alexandria, VA: ACA Press.