Cultural Clinical Psychology

Cultural Clinical Psychology : Theory, Research and Practice

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This edited volume provides a meaningful integration of cross-cultural psychology and clinical psychology. The chapters address the subject in the context of major psychopathological conditions (anxiety disorders, eating disorders, depression, substance abuse, and schizophrenic disorders), health (pain and family violence), and special groups (children, refugees, and the deaf).show more

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  • Paperback | 422 pages
  • 155.4 x 233.2 x 29.5mm | 666.85g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • line figures, tables
  • 0195109465
  • 9780195109467

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"This book presents topics associated with cultural diversity and...is thorough in its attempts to broaden our knowledge about overall cultural notions in psychology as well as ethnic cultural issues. Individuals looking for material for their cultural clinical psychology courses can use this book to cover a variety of content. In summary, this book is recommended to be used as an essential component of a cross-cultural clinical psychology course. This book, combined with other diversity readings, can serve as a great foundation for exposing students to this essential component of their training as psychologists." -- Disability Studies Quarterly, Vol 21, No. 1, Winter 2001 "This book presents topics associated with cultural diversity and...is thorough in its attempts to broaden our knowledge about overall cultural notions in psychology as well as ethnic cultural issues. Individuals looking for material for their cultural clinical psychology courses can use this book to cover a variety of content. In summary, this book is recommended to be used as an essential component of a cross-cultural clinical psychology course. This book, combined with other diversity readings, can serve as a great foundation for exposing students to this essential component of their training as psychologists." -- Disability Studies Quarterly, Vol 21, No. 1, Winter 2001 "This book presents topics associated with cultural diversity and...is thorough in its attempts to broaden our knowledge about overall cultural notions in psychology as well as ethnic cultural issues. Individuals looking for material for their cultural clinical psychology courses can use this book to cover a variety of content. In summary, this book is recommended to be used as an essential component of a cross-cultural clinical psychology course. This book, combined with other diversity readings, can serve as a great foundation for exposing students to this essential component of their training as psychologists." -- Disability Studies Quarterly, Vol 21, No. 1, Winter 2001 "This book presents topics associated with cultural diversity and...is thorough in its attempts to broaden our knowledge about overall cultural notions in psychology as well as ethnic cultural issues. Individuals looking for material for their cultural clinical psychology courses can use this bookto cover a variety of content. In summary, this book is recommended to be used as an essential component of a cross-cultural clinical psychology course. This book, combined with other diversity readings, can serve as a great foundation for exposing students to this essential component of theirtraining as psychologists." -- Disability Studies Quarterly, Vol 21, No. 1, Winter 2001show more

About Shahe S. Kazarian

Shahe S. Kazarian is an Adjunct Professor in the Clinical Program of the Department of Psychology and a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Western Ontario. David R. Evans is a Professor in the Clinical Program of the Department of Psychology at the University of Western Ontario.show more

Table of contents

Contributors; I: CULTURAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY: CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK; 1. Cultural Clinical psychology; 2. Acculturation and Health: Theory and Research; II: CULTURAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY: PRACTICE ISSUES; 3. Psychological Assessment of People in Diverse Cultures; 4. Cultural Aspects of Self-Disclosure and Psychotherapy; III: CULTURAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY: HEALTH AND MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES; 5. Culture and Anxiety Disorders; 6. Cultural Aspects of Eating Disorders; 7. Cultural Issues in the Management of Depression; 8. Incorporating Culture into the Treatment of Substance Abuse and Dependence; 9. Cultural Aspects of Understanding People with Schizophrenic Disorders; 10. Culture and Pain; IV: CULTURAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY: GROUPS OF SPECIAL INTEREST; 11. Culture and Childhood Psychopathology; 12. Cultural Aspects of Family Violence; 13. Biopsychosocial Considerations in Refugee Mental Health; 14. Cultural Aspects of Deafness; Indexshow more

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