Multicultural Psychotherapy: An Approach to Individual and Cultural Differences / Edition 2

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Overview

This book combines theory and applied clinical content as it addresses issues relevant to the general minority experience. Ongoing case examples help the reader to apply theoretical issues to clinical examples. The inclusion of measurement instruments aids in determining baseline and therapy-based changes. A new chapter (13) on how the multicultural model meets the guidelines of managed care; incorporates case studies of multiracial, Asian, vision-impaired, gay, and elderly clients; includes summary flow charts (10-12). Any clinician or counselor, or those in the helping professions.

Disc. feeling different & a multi-cultural para- digm for treatment; cultural/cognitive mismatches; cont. ed.

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Presents a model of counseling and psychotherapy based on a multicultural perspective, with abundant case studies and resources for client evaluation. The previous edition was published in 1991 under the title . Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780205289042
  • Publisher: Viacom
  • Publication date: 12/10/1998
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 236
  • Product dimensions: 6.29 (w) x 9.33 (h) x 0.93 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
1 Feeling Different: A Major Mental Health Problem in a Diverse Society 1
2 Emergence of a Psychology of Differentness and Pluralism: The Multicultural Person - Environment Fit Paradigm 10
3 The Cognitive and Cultural Theory of Personality 19
4 Cultural and Cognitive Match and Mismatch in Psychological Adjustment 31
5 The Multicultural Model of Psychotherapy and Counseling: An Overview 45
6 The Therapist 55
7 The First Stage of Multicultural Therapy and Counseling: Preferred Styles 63
8 The Second Stage of Multicultural Therapy and Counseling: Acceptance of the Unique Self and Development of Cultural and Cognitive Flex 85
9 Assessment of Progress in Flex Development 102
10 The Client as Change Agent and Multicultural Ambassador 109
11 Couples Counseling 117
12 Family Counseling 131
13 The Multicultural Model and Managed Care 152
14 Conclusions 160
A Multicultural/Multiracial Experience Inventory - Revised 167
B Traditionalism-Modernism Inventory - Revised 175
C Family Attitude Scale - Revised 180
D Therapist's Cognitive Styles Observation Checklist 185
E Client Preferred Cognitive Styles Observation Checklist 187
F Client Preferred Cultural Styles Observation Checklist 188
G Bicognitive Orientation to Life Scale 189
H Homework Effectiveness Assessment Instrument 192
I Figures and Tables for Introducing Flex Theory 194
J Rating Effectiveness of the Script 198
K Imelda's Response to TMI and Session Notes 201
L Harold's Response to BOLS and Session Notes 205
M Traditionalism-Modernism Inventory (Pre-Revised) 208
N Record of Match and Mismatch 212
Glossary 215
References 219
Selected Readings 223
Author Index 225
Subject Index 227
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