Culturally Responsive Interventions by P-TaylorFrancis

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									Culturally Responsive Interventions
Editor: Julie R. Ancis
Table of Contents

About the Editor and Contributing Authors
Preface
Part I: Culturally Responsive Interventions
1. Culturally Responsive Practice - Julie R. Ancis
2. American Indian Constructionalist Family Therapy for Acculturative Stress - Rockey Robbins and Steve
Harrist
3. NTU Psychotherapy and African American Youth - Laurence E. Jackson, Henry Gregory, and Maisha
Davis
4. Structural Ecosystems Therapy with Hispanic Adolescents Exhibiting Disruptive Behavior Disorders -
Michael Robbins, Seth Schwartz, and José Szapocznik
Part II: International Applications
5. Essentials of Good Practice: The Making of a Cultural Psychiatrist in Urban India - Vasudeo Paralikar,
Mohan Agashe, and Mitchell G. Weiss
6. Empowering the Spousal Relationship in the Treatment of Japanese Families with School Refusal
Children - Kenji Kameguchi
7. Rewriting Stories of Distress: Culture-Sensitive Strategic Therapy with Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel -
Eliezer Witztum and Yehuda Goodman
8. The Killing and Burning of Witches in South Africa: A Model of Community Rebuilding and
Reconciliation - Michele B. Hill and Greg Brack
Part III: Diagnosis and Practice
9. Diagnostic Challenges and the So-Called Culture-Bound Syndromes - Julie R. Ancis, Yuehong Chen,
and Doreen Schultz
Part II: Conclusion
10. Culturally Responsive Interventions: Themes and Clinical Implications - Julie R. Ancis
Description

This book fills the widening gap in multicultural literature by providing specific culture-centered
interventions. The first section of the text highlights culturally based interventions. The second section
focuses on the treatment of Culture-Bound Syndromes (CBS). Culture-Bound Syndromes are defined as
recurrent, locality specific behavior patterns that are observed only in certain cultural environments. The
third section, clinical and training implications, includes a chapter describing how training will need to be
reconceptualized in order to promote counselors who are effective with a wide range of clients.

								
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