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Women of color : integrating ethnic and gender identities in psychotherapy

Author: Lillian Comas-Díaz
Publisher: New York u.a. : Guilford Press, 1994.
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Chapters illustrate the interaction of gender and ethnicity in mental health theory and practice, and discuss how cultural relevance and gender sensitivity can and must be incorporated into clinical  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lillian Comas-Díaz
ISBN: 0898623715 9780898623710
OCLC Number: 260192964
Description: XXIII, 518 Seiten
Contents: Forewords, Jean Baker Miller and Elaine PinderhughesI. WOMEN OF COLOR: A PORTRAIT OF HETEROGENEITY.Overview: An Ethnocultural Mosaic, Comas-Diaz and Greene1. African American Women, Greene2. American Indian Women, LaFromboise, Berman, and Sohi3. Asian and Asian American Women: Historical and Political Considerations in Psychotherapy, Bradshaw4. Latinas, Vasquez5. West Indian Women: The Jamaican Woman, Brice-Baker6. Women of the Indian Subcontinent, JayakarII. THEORETICAL AND APPLIED FRAMEWORKS.Overview: Gender and Ethnicity in the Healing Process, Comas-Diaz and Greene7. Psychodynamic Approaches, Chin8. Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches, Lewis9. Family Therapy: A Closer Look at African American and Hispanic Women, Boyd-Franklin and Garcia-Preto10. Feminist Approaches, Espi'n11. An Integrative Approach, Comas-Diaz12. Psychopharmacology, JacobsenIII. THE LABYRINTH OF DIVERSITY: SPECIAL POPULATIONS OF WOMEN OF COLOROverview: Connections and Disconnections, Comas-Diaz and Greene13. Women of Color with Professional Status, Comas-Diaz and Greene14. Lesbian Women of Color: Triple Jeopardy, Greene15. Women of Color in Battering Relationships, Kanuha16. Mixed Race Women, Root17. Southeast Asian American Refugee Women, Tien
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"Great--well-written--covers broad base of issues--easily applied to both genders." --Daniel J. Sonkin, Sonoma State University, California "Excellent, multi-faceted, combines gender and culture." Read more...

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