Mental and Behavioral Health of Immigrants in the United States

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  • Author : Gordon C. Nagayama Hall
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 333 pages
  • ISBN : 0128163003
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Mental and Behavioral Health of Immigrants in the United States

Mental and Behavioral Health of Immigrants in the United States
  • Author : Gordon C. Nagayama Hall
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 12 June 2020
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Mental and Behavioral Health of Immigrants in the United States reviews research on immigrant mental health, acculturation, and multicultural psychology. The book is divided into three sections: Section A addresses the geographic and social context of immigration, including how parents and children navigate the acculturation process, how different cultural orientations affect behavior, and research methods on acculturation. Sections B and C focus on mental health issues common to Latinx, Asian, and Arab/Middle Eastern immigrants, and then more broadly across

Immigration Cultural Identity and Mental Health

Immigration  Cultural Identity  and Mental Health
  • Author : Eugenio M. Rothe,Andres J. Pumariega
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Release : 16 June 2021
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""Cultural Identity and Mental Health is a unique book because it defines culture and identity from a developmental perspective; therefore delving more deeply into the psychological, social and biological aspects of the immigrant and refugee experience in the U.S.A. and it explains how these experiences help to shape the development of the person's cultural identity. The book presents a very detailed discussion on the concept of acculturation and reviews all of the available literature on the subject. It

Mental Health Care for New Hispanic Immigrants

Mental Health Care for New Hispanic Immigrants
  • Author : Marcia Finlayson,Manny J Gonzalez,Gladys M Gonzalez-Ramos
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 15 April 2013
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Save time—inform your clinical planning with core knowledge and tips offered from experienced clinicians! While many Hispanic groups have lived in the mainland United States for years, there now is a growth of new groups, such as Dominicans in New York City and Cuban refugees that are in need of culturally competent mental health care. Mental Health Care for New Hispanic Immigrants: Innovative Approaches in Contemporary Clinical Practice will help mental health clinicians gain insight into essential clinical issues

Handbook of Cultural Factors in Behavioral Health

Handbook of Cultural Factors in Behavioral Health
  • Author : Lorraine T. Benuto,Frances R. Gonzalez,Jonathan Singer
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 08 February 2020
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Having the knowledge and capacity to deliver therapy to a diverse population is recognized as benefiting client-therapist relationships and producing positive clinical outcomes. In fact, the APA requires that psychologists be aware of and respect the cultural characteristics of their clients which includes psychologists being aware of any biases and prejudice they may hold. Being aware of cultural characteristics, which include age, gender, ethnicity, race, religion and other cultural factors, is important. In the United States, minority ethnic groups are

Immigration Cultural Identity and Mental Health

Immigration  Cultural Identity  and Mental Health
  • Author : Eugenio M. Rothe,Andres J. Pumariega
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 17 February 2020
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What will the ethnic, racial and cultural face of the United States look like in the upcoming decades, and how will the American population adapt to these changes? Immigration, Cultural Identity, and Mental Health: Psycho-social Implications of the Reshaping of America outlines the various psychosocial impacts of immigration on cultural identity and its impact on mainstream culture. Thoroughly researched, this book examines how cultural identity relates to individual mental health and should be taken into account in mental health treatment.

Creating Infrastructures for Latino Mental Health

Creating Infrastructures for Latino Mental Health
  • Author : Lydia P. Buki,Lissette M Piedra
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 08 September 2011
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Latinos are the fastest growing and largest minority group in the United States. In 2008, this group numbered over 47 million; by 2050, the population is expected to triple, reaching 133 million. Traditionally, Latinos have immigrated to large urban centers (e.g., New York, Los Angeles) that over long periods of time developed a complex infrastructure to receive new immigrants. Increasingly, new Spanish-speaking immigrants are moving into areas of the country previously unfamiliar to them. Although urban co-ethnic communities continue to be the destination

Theoretical and Conceptual Issues in Hispanic Mental Health

Theoretical and Conceptual Issues in Hispanic Mental Health
  • Author : Robert G. Malgady,Orlando Rodriguez
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 16 June 1994
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Resulting from a conference in 1992 sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health, the papers in this book represent the fields of psychology, psychiatry, anthropology and epidemiology. The focus is on cross-cultural and acculturative issues in mental health, covering stress and behaviour.

Clinical Social Work Practice in Behavioral Mental Health

Clinical Social Work Practice in Behavioral Mental Health
  • Author : Roberta G. Sands
  • Publisher : Allyn & Bacon
  • Release : 16 June 2021
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This text provides an in-depth, contemporary approach to clinical social work with clients in mental health settings. This is a revision of a text originally titled Clinical Social Work Practice in Community Mental Health. The “community mental health” approach is now dated, and this revision features “behavioral” mental health, described from a “postmodern” perspective. The book's postmodern approach is client-oriented and context-sensitive. This perspective is explained in Chapter 1 and is included in every chapter by featuring clients' “voices,” particularly at

Immigrant Medicine

Immigrant Medicine
  • Author : Patricia Frye Walker,Elizabeth Day Barnett
  • Publisher : Saunders
  • Release : 16 June 2021
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The first single-volume, comprehensive guide to caring for immigrant patient populations, this book synthesizes the most practical and clinically relevant information and presents it in an easy-to-access format, making it an invaluable reference for front-line clinicians and other healthcare professionals, public health officials, and policy makers.