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CBT in Non-Western Cultures

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Cultural identity has a profound impact on our sense of well-being and our own mental and physical health within the context of our respective societies. While cultural background refers to our ethnicity, it is also the influence of our family, social class, religion, migration, geography, gender and sexual orientation that mold who we are as diverse human beings. Over the decades, many attempts have been made by proponents of various psychotherapeutic modalities to develop population - specific approaches for ...

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Overview

Cultural identity has a profound impact on our sense of well-being and our own mental and physical health within the context of our respective societies. While cultural background refers to our ethnicity, it is also the influence of our family, social class, religion, migration, geography, gender and sexual orientation that mold who we are as diverse human beings. Over the decades, many attempts have been made by proponents of various psychotherapeutic modalities to develop population - specific approaches for ethnic groups - only leading to fragmentation, confusion and controversy in the professional field. This new book presents and discusses current research in the study of CBT in non-western cultures

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781612099941
  • Publisher: Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 2/1/2012
  • Series: Psychology Research Progress Series
  • Pages: 185
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword Frank M. Dattilio vii

Chapter 1 Introduction: CBT and the Culture Farooq Naeem Maged Swelam David Kingdon 1

Chapter 2 Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in China: Developments and Future Prospects Chee-wing Wong Roger M.K. Ng 15

Chapter 3 Cognitive Therapy for Psychosis in Beijing David Kingdon Ziyan Xu 31

Chapter 4 Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Children and Adolescents in Bangladesh Farah Deeba Mohammad Mahmudur Rahman 37

Chapter 5 Malaysian and Bruneian Perspective N. Kumaraswamy 51

Chapter 6 Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in India: Adaptations, Beliefs and Challenges Nimisha Kumar Parul Gupta 61

Chapter 7 CBT: The Nepalese Experience Susmita Halder Akash Kumar Mahato 79

Chapter 8 Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in the Middle East: 1 A AlHadi H Algahtani MO Salem 93

Chapter 9 Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in the Middle East: 2 Rashed Al-Sahel Jasem Al-Khawajah 103

Chapter 10 Where Cultures Collaborate: CBT in Turkey Emel Stroup Bilge Elibol 115

Chapter 11 Cognitive Behavioural Therapy In Brazil Isabel Cristina Weiss De Souza Telmo Ronzani Mota Henrique Pinto Gomide Fátima Vasques 127

Chapter 12 CBT in South Africa David Edwards Jaco Rossouw Bradley Drake Charles Young 137

Chapter 13 Developing Culturally Sensitive CBT in Pakistan Farooq Naeem Muhammad Ayub David Kingdon 149

List of Contributors 163

Index 167

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