(2005) utilized the Multicultural Counseling Inventory (Sodowsky, Taffe, Gutkin, & Wise, 1994), and the current study used the MCCTS (Holcomb-McCoy & Myers, 1999), overall both study findings indicated a positive correlation between the two constructs.
A second limitation was that the authors mistakenly did not include Item 32 on the MCCTS ("I can help students determine whether a problem stems from racism or biases in others") when entering items into Qualtrics; therefore, the item was omitted from analysis.
This has motivated the use of auxiliary techniques on the MCCTs evaluation.
Use of immunohistochemistry for the tyrosine kinase receptor (KIT) and for Ki-67 as other prognostic indicators for MCCT has also been established (KIUPEL et al., 2004; WEBSTER et al., 2007; VASCELLARI et al., 2012).
MCCTS. The MCCTS is a 32-item assessment tool that requires individuals to rate their level of MCC as well as their perceptions of the adequacy of their training.
Finally, reliability analyses including interrater agreement for the CCCI-R and test-retest data for the MCKAS and the MCCTS are needed.
In 1999, Holcomb-McCoy and Myers reported that there were five factors underlying the multicultural counseling competence items of the MCCTS
: Multicultural Knowledge, Multicultural Awareness, Multicultural Terminology, Knowledge of Racial Identity Development Theories, and Multicultural Skills.