Cultural Issues in the Treatment of Trauma and Loss
Routledge – 1999 – 300 pages
Series: Series in Trauma and Loss
First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Foreword. Preface. Consultations amidst Trauma and Loss: Recognizing and Honoring Differences among Cultures, Nancy Dubrow and Kathleen Nader. Part I: The Cultures of the United States. Lifting Our Voices: African American Cultural Responses to Trauma and Loss, Michele A. Tully. Trauma and Loss in Native North America: An Ethnocultural Perspective, B. Hudnall Stamm and Henry E. Stamm. Trauma Issues and Social Modalities Concerning Mental Health Concepts and Practices among Mexicans of the Southwest United States with Reference to Other Latino Groups, Carlos G. Velez-Ibanez and Camilo Garcia Parra. Working with Southeast Asian People Who Have Migrated to the United States, Lane Gerber, Quynh Nguyen, and Phoukham Kelly Bounkeua. Part II: International Cultures. Trauma, Loss, and Resilience in Africa: A Psychosocial Community-Based Approach to Culturally Sensitive Healing, Nancy Peddle, Carlinda Monteiro, Vello Guluma, and Thomas E. A. Macaulay. Traditional Civilization in the North Caucasus of the Former USSR: Insiders and Outsiders Anatoly V. Isaenko and Peter W. Petschauer. War, Trauma, and Society: Consequences of the Disintegration of the Former Yugoslavia, G.T.M. Mooren and R.J. Kleber. Israeli Society between the Culture of Death and the Culture of Life, Dan Bar-On. References Between Trauma and Recovery: Some Perspectives on Palestinian's Vulnerability and Adaptation, Elia Awwad. Culture, Power, and Community: Intercultural Approaches to Psychosocial Assistance and Healing, Michael G. Wessells.