Asian Journal of Counselling



Testing the Cultural Relevance of Counselling: A Malaysian Case in Point

1993.第2卷第2期(Vol. 2 No. 2).pp. 79–86

 

Testing the Cultural Relevance of Counselling: A Malaysian Case in Point

輔導在不同文化的適切性:一個馬來西亞個案

Johannes F. EVERTS, Dato’ MOHD., Yunus MOHD. NOOR

Abstract

This article describes an introductory course in effective human relationships for health professionals, run at the Universiti Hospital, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It raises a number of issues regarding the relevance of counselling for the culture of a mainly Muslim Asian country, for the culture of health professionals, and for the culture of a hospital. The results of this project indicate that counselling has relevance within all these cultural contexts, but raises ongoing concerns.

摘要

這篇文章介紹在馬來西亞吉隆坡大學醫院推行的一個專為健康專業從業員舉辦的「有效處理人際關係」的一個基本課程;並提出了對於不同文化;亞洲回教國家、健康專業從業員及醫院內各種文化的一些輔導要點。這計劃的結果,顯示了輔導在這些文化內的重要性,及提出一些現存的問題。