Strategies for Building Multicultural Competence in Mental Health and Educational Settings / Edition 1by Madonna G. Constantine
Pub. Date: 02/25/2005
Strategies for Building Multicultural Competence in Mental Health and Educational Settings presents concrete strategies, critical incidents, and case vignettes to help psychologists and other mental health professionals increase their multicultural competence. Ideal for use by professionals and students, this text provides an overview of the APA's Multicultural… See more details below
Strategies for Building Multicultural Competence in Mental Health and Educational Settings presents concrete strategies, critical incidents, and case vignettes to help psychologists and other mental health professionals increase their multicultural competence. Ideal for use by professionals and students, this text provides an overview of the APA's Multicultural Guidelines followed by chapters related to specific practice modalities such as asessment, individual, couples and family, and group counseling; various training and organizational settings, such as independent practice, community mental health agencies, and schools; and research. Edited by three respected researchers in multicultural issues, this text is an invaluable resource for becoming a more multiculturally sensitive, competent mental health professional.
Table of Contents
Foreword (Allen E. Ivey).
Part I: Overview of the American Psychological Association’s Multicultural Guidelines: Implications for Multicultural Competence.
1 The American Psychological Association’s Guidelines on Multicultural Education, Training, Research, Practice, and Organizational Psychology: Initial Development and Summary (Madonna G. Constantine and Derald Wing Sue).
Part II: Applying the Multicultural Guidelines in Clinical Practice.
2 Culturally Sensitive Assessment, Diagnosis, and Guidelines (Gargi Roysircar).
3 Using the Multicultural Guidelines in Individual and Group Counseling Situations (Edward A. Delgado-Romero, Jessica Barfield, Benetta Fairley, and Rebecca S. Martínez).
4 Using the Multicultural Guidelines in Couples and Family Counseling (George V. Gushue, David E. Greenan, and Sarah J. Brazaitis).
5 Applying the Multicultural Guidelines to Career Counseling with People of Color (Lisa Y. Flores, Yi-Jiun Lin, and Yu-Ping Huang).
6 Independent Practice Settings and the Multicultural Guidelines (Melba J. T. Vasquez).
7 Building Multicultural Competence around Indigenous Healing Practices (Linda James Myers, Ezemenari M. Obasi, Monica Jefferson, Michelle Anderson, Tamara Godfrey, and Jason Purnell).
Part III: Applying the Multicultural Guidelines to Educational, Training, and Organizational Settings.
8 Academic Mental Health Training Settings and the Multicultural Guidelines (Jeffery Scott Mio).
9 Multicultural Competencies in Clinic and Hospital Settings (Jairo N. Fuertes, Alexa Mislowack, and Sharon Mintz).
10 Using the Multicultural Guidelines in College Counseling Centers (Ruperto M. Perez, Mary A. Fukuyama, and Nancy C. Coleman).
11 Application of the Multicultural Guidelines to Psychologists Working in Elementary and Secondary Schools (Mai M. Kindaichi and Madonna G. Constantine).
12 Building Multicultural Competence in Clinical Supervision (Marie L. Miville, Dinelia Rosa, and Madonna G. Constantine).
13 Effective Multicultural Consultation and Organizational Development (Derald Wing Sue and Madonna G. Constantine).
Part IV: The Multicultural Guidelines and Culturally Sensitive Research.
14 Culturally Sensitive Research: Where Have We Gone Wrong and What Do We Need to Do Now? (Janet Chang and Stanley Sue).
15 Conducting Quantitative Research in a Cultural Context: Practical Applications for Research with Ethnic Minority Populations (Shawn O. Utsey, Rheeda L. Walker, and Naa Oyo A. Kwate).
16 Conducting Culturally Sensitive Qualitative Research (Devika Dibya Choudhuri).
Part V: Concluding Thoughts
17 Future Considerations for Fostering Multicultural Competence in Mental Health and Educational Settings: Social Justice Implications (Sally M. Hage).
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