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Counseling Muslims : handbook of mental health issues and interventions

Author: Sameera Ahmed; Mona M Amer
Publisher: New York : Routledge, ©2012.
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"A young female client presents with anorexia nervosa and believes that her problem has its roots in magic; parents are helpless in the face of their son's substance abuse issues; an interracial couple cannot agree on how to discipline their children. How would you effectively help these clients while balancing appropriate interventions that are sensitive to religious, cultural, social, and gender differences? This  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Counseling Muslims.
New York : Routledge, c2012
(DLC) 2011011251
(OCoLC)462927176
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sameera Ahmed; Mona M Amer
ISBN: 9780203893814 0203893816 9781135859558 1135859558
OCLC Number: 798532617
Description: 1 online resource (xix, 396 p.)
Contents: Muslim beliefs within a counseling framework --
Islam, Muslims and mental health / Amber Haque and Najeeb Kamil --
Conceptualizations of mental health, illness, and healing / Aisha Utz --
Traditional mental health coping and help-seeking / Osman Ali and Frieda Aboul-Fotouh --
Models and interventions --
Mental health interview and cultural formulation / Farah Tasleema Rahiem and Hamada Hamid --
Psychological testing and assessment / Omar M. Mahmood and Sawssan R. Ahmed --
Individual psychotherapy/counseling: psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and humanistic-experiential models / Mona M. Amer and Baland Jalal --
Family systems therapy and postmodern approaches / Manijeh Daneshpour --
Islamic-based interventions / Sabnum Dharamsi and Abdullah Maynard --
Community-based prevention and intervention / Nadia S. Ansary and Raja Salloum --
Service settings --
Inpatient psychiatric units / Sarah Mohiuddin and Saba Maroof --
Home-based social services / Aneesah Nadir and Cheryl El-Amin --
University counseling centers / Majeda Humeidan --
Special populations --
Converts to Islam / Sameera Ahmed --
Adolescents and emerging adults / Sameera Ahmed --
Refugees / Sameera Ahmed and Frieda Aboul-Fotouh --
Special issues --
Domestic violence / Salma Elkadi Abugideiri --
Sexuality and sexual dysfunctions / Amal Killawi --
Substance abuse / Lynne Ali.
Responsibility: edited by Sameera Ahmed and Mona M. Amer.
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"A young female client presents with anorexia nervosa and believes that her problem has its roots in magic; parents are helpless in the face of their son's substance abuse issues; an interracial couple cannot agree on how to discipline their children. How would you effectively help these clients while balancing appropriate interventions that are sensitive to religious, cultural, social, and gender differences? This handbook answers these difficult questions and helps behavioral health practitioners provide religio-culturally-competent care to Muslim clients living in territories such as North America, Australia, and Europe.The issues and interventions discussed in this book, by authoritative contributors, are diverse and multifaceted. Topics that have been ignored in previous literature are introduced, such as sex therapy, substance abuse counseling, university counseling, and community-based prevention. Chapters integrate tables, lists, and suggested phrasing for practitioners, along with case studies that are used by the authors to help illustrate concepts and potential interventions.Counseling Muslims is also unique in its broad scope, which reflects interventions ranging from the individual to community levels, and includes chapters that discuss persons born in the West, converts to Islam, and those from smaller ethnic minorities. It is the only guide practitioners need for information on effective service delivery for Muslims, who already bypass significant cultural stigma and shame to access mental health services."--Ebook Library Public metadata view, summary.

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