One of the important ways in which a unitary sense of identity formation in adolescence has been severely disturbed is through the impact of the diversity of ethnic identities. This chapter explores the impact of ethnicities on identity construction in adolescence, through developing and applying the discussion of subjectivity and identity in Chapter 2. How these considerations affect thinking about therapeutic work is discussed and illustrated with case examples.
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