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From the Publisher"An excellent book. Working With Immigrant Families helps counselors escape 'cultural encapsulation' by seeing the advantage of learning from those who are different from one's self." - Paul B. Pedersen, coeditor of Counseling Across Cultures, Sixth Edition., and Syracuse University, USA
"Working With Immigrant Families attacks a central issue of our time. The chapters are concise, clear, and give excellent, specific guidance and offer new ideas for working with and advocating for our immigrant populations. Every counselor and therapist should have this book on their shelf." —Allen E. Ivey, University of Massachusetts– Amherst, USA
"The role of counseling practice with undocumented immigrant populations is relatively uncharted. Enter Working With Immigrant Families, which provides guidance on issues of clinical, ethical, and therapeutic practice. This book is a timely and extremely relevant guide for practitioners who interface with these psychologically vulnerable populations." —Joseph M. Cervantes, California State University– Fullerton, USA
"Working With Immigrant Families is an engrossing, readable, and insightful guide to the complex and interconnected roles immigrant families face. This book is a must-read for those mental health professionals who are increasingly seeing these families in their practice." —Mark Pope, Past President, American Counseling Association, USA, and author of The Handbook for Counseling International Students in the U.S.