Arthur, Nancy

Last modified: May 2, 2018

  University of Calgary
Area(s) of Interest:
  • Culture-Infused Counselling
  • International student transitions
  • Newcomer employment transitions

Selected Publications:

Arthur, N. (2017). Constructivist approaches to career counselling: A culture-infused approach. In M. McMahon (ED.). Career counseling: Constructivist approaches (2nd. Ed., pp. 54-64). New York, NY: Routledge.

Arthur, N. & Collins, S. (2017). Culture-infused counsellor supervision. In N. Pelling, A. Moir-Bussy, & P. Armstrong (Eds.), The practice of counselling and clinical supervision (pp. 267-295). Bowen Hills, QLD: Australian Academic Press.

Arthur, N., & Collins, S. (2015). Multicultural counselling in Canada: Education, supervision, and research. In A. Sinacore & F. Ginsberg (eds.), Canadian Counselling and psychology in the 21st century (pp. 42-67). Montreal, QC: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Collins, S., Arthur, N., Brown, C., & Kennedy, B. (2015). Student perspectives: Graduate education facilitation of multicultural and social justice competency. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 19(2), 153-160.

Arthur, N. (2014). Social justice in the Age of Talent. International Journal of Educational and Vocational Guidance, 14(1), 47-60.

Arthur, N., & Collins, S. (2014). Diversity and Social justice: Guiding concepts for career development practice. In B. Shepard & P. Mani (Eds.)’ Career Development Practice in Canada: Perspectives, principles and professionalism (pp. 77-104). Toronto, ON:CERIC

Arthur, N., & Nunes, S. (2014). Should I stay or should I go home? Career guidance with international students. In G.Arulmani, A. Bakshi, F. Leong, & T.Watts (Eds), Handbook of Career Development: International Perspectives (pp. 587-606). New York: Springer.

Arthur, N., & Collins, S. (2014). Counsellors, counselling and social justice: The professional is political. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 48, 171-185.

Collins, S., Arthur, N., McMahon, M., & Bisson, S. (2014). Development of the multicultural and social justice competencies (MCSJC) scale for career development practitioners. Canadian Journal of Career Development, 13(1), 14-25.

Arthur, N. (2013). International students and career development: Human capital in the global skills race. Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling. 31, 43-50.

Arthur, N., Collins, S., Marshall, C., & McMahon, M. (2013). Social justice competencies and career development practices. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 47, 136-154.

Popadiuk, N., & Arthur, N. (2013). Key relationships for international student university-to-work transitions. Journal of Career Development, 41(2), 122-140.

Nunes, S., & Arthur, N. (2013). International students’ experiences of integrating into the workforce. Journal of Employment Counselling, 50, 34-45.

Arthur, N. (2012). Career development and international transitions. In M. McMahon & M. Watson (Eds). Career Development: Global issues and challenges (pp. 93-110). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science. Retos, 28: 219-224.