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Clinical handbook of transcultural infant mental health

Author: J Martín Maldonado-Durán
Publisher: Cham : Springer, ©2019.
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This handbook provides a review of relevant topics concerning the interface between culture and mental health, with a particular focus on child-rearing practices and transcultural issues in the perinatal period, infancy, and early childhood. It discusses how to work with infants and families from diverse backgrounds and addresses the most common issues that medical and mental health experts may encounter when  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Cross-cultural studies
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(OCoLC)1102468875
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J Martín Maldonado-Durán
ISBN: 9783030234409 3030234401
OCLC Number: 1121124920
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Intro; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Contents; Part I: Conceptual and Background Issues; 1: What Are Cultures and a Cultural Frame of Mind in Clinical Interventions; What Is Culture; The Universality of a Cultural Frame of Mind; Animals and Culture; Culture and Biological Predispositions; Everyone Has Culture(s); Cultures Are Not Better or Worse; Why Focus on Others' Cultures and One's Cultural Beliefs; Blindness to One's Culture; Other Manifestations of Cultures; Culture: The Body and Its Movements; Language and Culture Culture, the Perinatal Stage, and Early Childhood. Some Dichotomies and AbsolutesBeing Dead or Alive; Who Belongs in the Baby's Family and Who Does Not?; Cultural Awareness, Sensitivity, or Competence; References; 2: What Parents Want for Their Children; What Parents Want; What Do Parents Want for Their Children?; What Parents Value Most; Parental Hopes; What Is Success? How Is Happiness Defined?; The Hope of Economic Success; Hopes for Academic Success and Prestige; Socialization Wishes; Physical Beauty and Attractiveness; Preserving Their Inherited Identity; Hopes for Marriage Hopes by GenderReferences; 3: The Body of the Infant and the Parents, Parent-Child Interaction, and the Embodiment of Cultural Patterns: Commonalities and Differences; An Ethological Perspective; The Tactile Experience in Recently Born Mammals; Touch During Pregnancy and the Postpartum; Touch and Bonding in the Human Infant; The First Encounter; Attachment and Touch; The Infant and Young Child's Experience of Being Touched and the Parental Response; Tactile Interactions and Their Effect on Young Children; Kangaroo Care; Massage Interventions for Infants and Caregivers Playful Interactions in Early ChildhoodThe Infant's Body and Inter-corporeity; References; 4: Prejudice, Discrimination, and Stereotyping; Introduction; Individual, Institutional, and Structural Discrimination; Beyond Cultural Competency: Working Within a Transcultural Framework in a US Context; Conclusion; References; Part II: Working with Families of Various Ethnic and Social Backgrounds: Common Issues, Challenges, and Misconceptions; 5: Working with Hispanic Families During the Perinatal Period and Early Childhood; Introduction; Factors Contributing to Sense of Identity Ethnicity and "Race"Language and County; Immigration Status and Identity; Common Themes When Working with Latino Immigrants; Religion and Spirituality; Somatization; Brujeria; Intimate Partner Violence; The Impact of Immigration on Children; Forming an Identity; Raising Children in the United States; Impact of Deportation on Families; Improving This Community's Access to Services; Current Access; How to Make It Better?; References; 6: Working with African-American Families in the Perinatal Period and Early Childhood
Responsibility: J. Martin Maldonado-Duran [and 3 more], editors.

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This handbook provides a review of relevant topics concerning the interface between culture and mental health, with a particular focus on child-rearing practices and transcultural issues in the perinatal period, infancy, and early childhood. It discusses how to work with infants and families from diverse backgrounds and addresses the most common issues that medical and mental health experts may encounter when working with individuals from other cultures. Chapters examine the considerable range of child-rearing strategies and how families from various cultural groups approach issues such as infant sleep, feeding practices, and care during pregnancy. In addition, chapters address conditions that are seen mostly within a particular sociocultural context and are "culture bound" syndromes or states. The handbook concludes with the editors recommendations for future research directions. Topics featured in this handbook include: Prejudice, discrimination, and stereotyping within the clinical field. Cultural responses to infant crying and irritability. Cultural issues in response to chronic conditions and malformations in infancy. The healthy immigrant effect. The use of folk and traditionally therapeutic remedies. The Clinical Handbook of Transcultural Infant Mental Health is an essential resource for researchers, clinicians and related professionals, and graduate students in infancy and early child development, child and school psychology, pediatrics, social work, obstetrics, and nursing.

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