Counseling in developing countries: Turkey and India as examples

Raney, Shonali
Canel Çınarbaş, Deniz
Turkey and India are developing countries with unique cultural characteristics. The current state of mental health counseling in Turkey and India necessitates new laws, indigenous approaches, adaptations of culture-sensitive approaches, and research projects to validate such approaches. It is the job of mental health counselors to accomplish such complicated and trying tasks in the absence of social and financial resources.
Journal of Mental Health Counseling


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S. Raney and D. Canel Çınarbaş, “Counseling in developing countries: Turkey and India as examples,” Journal of Mental Health Counseling, pp. 146–160, 2005, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: