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  1. Chinese Americans and Their Immigrant Parents

    Conflict, Identity, and Values

    By Terry S Trepper, May Tung

    Based on culture-related themes derived from the author's psychotherapeutic work with young Chinese-American professionals, this important book relates personal problems and conditions to specific sources in Chinese and American cultures and the immigration experience. Unique and practical, this is...

    Published July 16th 2000 by Routledge

  2. Race, Ethnicity, Sexual Orientation, Violent Crime

    The Realities and the Myths

    By Letitia C Pallone

    Learn the realities of the demographics of violent crime!Race, Ethnicity, Sexual Orientation, Violent Crime: The Realities and the Myths confronts the “political correctness” that for nearly a quarter century has prevented full and frank discussion of the relationship between the...

    Published April 26th 2000 by Routledge

  3. Cross-Cultural Counseling

    The Arab-Palestinian Case

    By Frank De Piano

    As a therapist, you may find yourself at a brick wall when you try to treat Middle Eastern, North African, South American, Asian, and other clients with psychotherapeutic techniques formulated in the West. As Cross-Cultural Counseling: The Arab-Palestinian Case illustrates, the construction of self...

    Published March 15th 1998 by Routledge

  4. Manhood Development in Urban African-American Communities

    By Robert J Jagers, Roderick J Watts

    One of the first books to unite practice, research, and theory in addressing manhood development, Manhood Development in Urban African-American Communities aids in the construction of more holistic and progressive notions of African-American manhood. Proceeding from a psychological perspective,...

    Published February 12th 1998 by Routledge

  5. Death and Bereavement Across Cultures

    Edited by Colin Murray Parkes, Pittu Laungani, William Young

    All societies have their own customs and beliefs surrounding death. In the West, traditional ways of mourning are disappearing, and though science has had a major impact on views of death, it has taught us little about the way to die or to grieve. Many who come into contact with the dying and the...

    Published December 25th 1996 by Routledge

  6. International Approaches to Prevention in Mental Health and Human Services

    By Robert E Hess, Wolfgang Stark

    Here is a new book devoted to prevention efforts outside of the United States. Chapters present prevention efforts from a variety of countries, including Costa Rica, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, and Poland, and reflect the diversity in the cultures of the authors. Despite cultural differences,...

    Published August 8th 1995 by Routledge

  7. Racism in the Lives of Women

    Testimony, Theory, and Guides to Antiracist Practice

    By Ellen Cole, Esther D Rothblum, Donald B. Mahoney, Martha Mahoney

    This award-winning book touches the heart through its personal material as it engages the mind with its theoretical and practical approaches to antiracism in professional practice and in daily life. The authors are forthright and deal clearly with complex matters. Their insightful approach to...

    Published May 7th 1995 by Routledge

  8. Marketing Mental Health Services to Managed Care

    By William Winston, Norman Winegar, John Bistline

    Managed care is rapidly making traditional marketing strategies for mental health services obsolete. Here is the definitive book that helps professionals understand contemporary market forces and how to reshape marketing strategies in an increasingly competitive environment.Marketing Mental Health...

    Published February 2nd 1994 by Routledge

  9. Refugee Women and Their Mental Health

    Shattered Societies, Shattered Lives

    By Ellen Cole, Esther D Rothblum, Oliva M Espin

    Currently, there are over 15 million legally designated refugees all over the world and it is documented that 75 percent of those refugees are women, yet most of the existent literature does not focus on this group as women. Most of the literature focuses on political, economic, and social issues...

    Published March 2nd 1993 by Routledge