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From the prestigious California School of Professional Psychology comes a definitive and indispensable resource. Drawing on the most current research and practice in the field, The Handbook of Multicultural Education, Research, Intervention, and Training is a comprehensive volume that addresses critical issues such as culturally responsive education, culturally infused clinical training, culturally competent faculty, qualitative research in multicultural studies, working with culture in psychotherapy, racial-identity attitudes, conceptualizing wellness in multicultural populations, and many other key topics in the on-going effort to create educational, social service, and mental health systems which truly reflect our society.
With one exception, the contributors are all from the pioneering and celebrated California School of Professional Psychology MERIT (Multicultural Education Research Intervention and Training) Insitute, and include
Renea K. Chung
Paula B. Johnson
Kimlin Tam Ashing
Vang Leng Mouanoutoua
Carlton W. Parks
Foreword (Connell F. Persico).
PART ONE: EDUCATION.
1 Psychology and the Reach of Multiculturalism in American Culture (Leena Banerjee).
2 A Metastructure for Multicultural Professional Psychology Educationand Training: Standards and Philosophy (Diane Adams).
3 The Vicissitudes of Cultural Competence: Dealing with DifficultClassroom Dialogue (Gale Young and Elizabeth Davis-Russell).
4 In and Out of the Classroom: A Model for Multicultural Training inClinical Psychology (Sylvie Taylor, Carlton W. Parks, Kumea Shorter-Gooden, Paula B. Johnson,Elaine A. Burke, Kimlin Tam Ashing, Richard H. Mendoza, Judith Holloway,Kenneth Polite and Glenn I. Masuda).
5 Integrating Diversity Content Across the Curriculum:Evaluation in a Clinical Graduate Program (Sue A. Kuba and Hanya Bluestone).
6 Lesbians, Gays, and Family Psychology: Resourcesfor Teaching and Practice (Robert-Jay Green).
PART TWO: RESEARCH.
7 A Professional Psychology School Model for the ResearchTraining of Professional Psychologists (Carlton W. Parks and Judith Holloway).
8 Qualitative Methods: An Essential Tool forMulticultural Psychology (Kumea Shorter-Gooden).
9 A Multicultural Awareness in Research Practices:A Self-Reflective Process (Debra M. Kawahara).
PART THREE: INTERVENTION.
10 Latinos Perceptions of the Rorschach Inkblots: An Examinationof the Popular Response (Mary A. Bachran).
11 Is the Sociocultural Background of the Psychologist Important? (Elizabeth Davis-Russell).
12 The Culturally Different Patient in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (Renae K. Chung and Shelley J. Stokes).
13 The Application of Psychoanalytic Theory and Practiceto African Americans (Harriet Curtis-Boles).
14 Caught Between Cultures: The Young Asian American in Therapy (William W. Chien and Leena Banerjee).
15 Race and the Field of Family Therapy (Robert-Jay Green).
16 Exploring Risky Sexual Behaviors Leading to HIV Infection:The Experience of African American Women (Eleanor Jackson-Castleberry).
17 The Impact of Skin Color and Hair Texture on Mate Selection:Implications for Interventions with African AmericanMen and Women (Carlton W. Parks and Kamilah Marie Woodson).
18 Religiosity and Racial Identity Attitudes: Clinically Relevant Factorsin Psychotherapy with African Americans (Elizabeth Davis-Russell).
19 Coming Out to Family . . . in Context (Robert-Jay Green).
PART FOUR: TRAINING.
20 Preparation for Training: Assessing Attitudes TowardDifference Using the ISI (Elizabeth Davis-Russell).
21 A Heuristic Model of Managing Emotions inRace Relations Training (Billy E. Vaughn).