By Wei-Chin Hwang
Culturally Adapting Psychotherapy for Asian background Populations: An Evidence-Based Approach offers insights on how study on psychotherapy, a space that's most of the time performed on non-ethnic minority populations, should be regarding minority consumers.
The book's writer, Dr. Hwang, constructed the 1st facts dependent culturally tailored therapy for Asian populations that's comprehensively mentioned during this e-book, together with remedies for melancholy which are complemented with concrete examples in the course of the ebook. moreover, the e-book extra discusses how culturally adaptive thoughts will be utilized for remedy of different issues in different ethnic populations.
- Summarizes psychotherapy learn indicating underrepresentation of ethnic minorities
- Describes the 1st proof dependent culturally tailored remedy for Asians
- Provides concrete examples of tailored psychotherapy in practice
- Clarifies how this remedy may be extra tailored to different ethnic minorities
- Highlights how this melancholy particular remedy will be utilized to different disorders
Read Online or Download Culturally Adapting Psychotherapy for Asian Heritage Populations. An Evidence-Based Approach PDF
Similar social psychology & interactions books
Cultural edition of the self has develop into one significant subject of analysis within the fresh years(e. g. , Fiske, Kitayama, Markus, & Nisbett, 1998; Markus & Kitayama, 1991; Triandis, 1989). This literature has excited by European-Americans and East Asians, and awarded a case that European-Americans are autonomous and East Asians are interdependent.
The technological know-how of news explores the function narrative performs in human lifestyles. Supported via in-depth learn, the publication demonstrates how the ways that humans inform their tales should be indicative of the way they build their worlds and their very own identities. in response to linguistic research and computing device expertise, Laszlo deals an cutting edge method which goals to discover underlying mental methods in narrative texts.
This long-awaited new textbook might be of huge worth to scholars and lecturers in cross-cultural and social psychology. the main power of figuring out Social Psychology throughout Cultures: dwelling and dealing in a altering global is the way it illustrates the ways during which tradition shapes mental method throughout quite a lot of social contexts.
Shared ideals in a Society is a much-needed contribution to societal psychology, a brand new rising subfield of social psychology, which reviews societies from a social mental standpoint. Daniel Bar-Tal provides his paintings of the final 15 years on shared ideals in societies less than one conceptual framework from which to spot ideals held in universal via whole societies and international locations.
- Solitary Action: Acting on Our Own in Everyday Life
- Minding the Close Relationship: A Theory of Relationship Enhancement
- Mental Health Challenges Facing Contemporary Japanese Society: The 'Lonely People'
- Economic Psychology of Everyday Life (International Series in Social Psychology)
Additional info for Culturally Adapting Psychotherapy for Asian Heritage Populations. An Evidence-Based Approach
WHY IS CULTURALLY ADAPTING TREATMENT IMPORTANT? The goal of culturally adapting treatment is to individualize and tailor services for people of diverse backgrounds. This is an overarching assumption and goal of psychotherapy that should not be taken lightly. ” It is also important to understand that Western psychotherapy has already been culturally adapted and tailored for White and European Americans, and that the goal of all psychotherapy is to provide individually tailored services. The problem here is that for White or European American patients, therapy has already been culturally adapted to meet their broader cultural needs.
In addition, a major problem with the studies included in these meta-analyses is the loose definition for what is considered to be a cultural adaptation study (eg, providing therapy in the client’s native language, addressing cultural values, consultation with individuals from the client’s culture, receiving services at an ethnic-specific treatment center, cultural sensitivity training of staff, providing extra services such as child care and administration of written materials for illiterate clients).
2006). A heuristic framework for the cultural adaptation of interventions. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 13(4), 311À316. x. Benish, S. , & Wampold, B. E. (2011). Culturally adapted psychotherapy and the legitimacy of myth: A direct-comparison meta-analysis. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 58(3), 279À289. 1037/a0023626. , & Bellido, C. (1995). Ecological validity and cultural sensitivity for outcome research: Issues for the cultural adaptation and development of psychosocial treatments with Hispanics.
Culturally Adapting Psychotherapy for Asian Heritage Populations. An Evidence-Based Approach by Wei-Chin Hwang