6 edition of Cultural Clinical Psychology found in the catalog.
January 13, 1998
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||Shahe S. Kazarian (Editor), David R. Evans (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||422|
For 50 years the Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology has provided a leading interdisciplinary forum for psychologists, sociologists, and other researchers who study the relations between culture and behavior. More. Special Issue Call for Papers. Cultural psychology, cross-cultural psychology, and indigenous psychology are the major psychological approaches to studying the relationship between culture and : Carl Ratner.
Introduction. Cultural psychology is the study of how people shape and are shaped by their cultures. Topics of study in this field include similarities and differences between cultures in terms of norms, values, attitudes, scripts, patterns of behavior, cultural products (such as laws, myths, symbols, or material artifacts), social structure, practices and rituals, institutions, and ecologies. This book addresses key areas of psychology, placing them in cultural perspective via a comprehensive overview of current work integrating culture across the major subfields of psychological science. Chapters explore the relation of culture to psychological phenomena, starting with introductory and research foundations, and moving to clinical.
real world of clinical psychology to provide a window into how the science and practice of clinical psychology is actually conducted. I have attempted to provide the reader with a realistic, practical, and current portrayal of the contemporary clinical psychology field in many different settings. Finally, this book. Cultural psychology is an exciting new sub-field of psychology that offers alternative explanations for how identities and cultures interact. Through this lesson, you will learn what defines the.
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Welcome to -- Promoting Cultural-Clinical Psychology. Cultural-Clinical Psychology exists at the intersection of two academic traditions: cultural psychology and clinical psychology.
This field represents the ongoing evolution of a decades-long effort by psychologists to understand the ways in which culture shapes mental and physical health and well-being.
In response to the increasing need for culturally competent clinical practice, Cultural Clinical Psychology provides a definitive basis for culturally appropriate assessment, treatment, research, education, and training. With outstanding variety and depth of coverage, over 25 eminent contributors discuss the role of culture in the context of Price: $ The field of cultural clinical psychology takes an important stride forward with this carefully edited volume on the cultural shaping of posttraumatic stress disorder.
An impressive group of experts combines rich theory with empirical and clinical examples from a wide range of contexts, embracing the complexity of the subject while pointing the /5(3).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Cultural clinical psychology --Acculturation and health: theory and research --Psychological assessment of people in diverse cultures --Cultural aspects of self-disclosure and psychotherapy --Culture and anxiety disorders --Cultural aspects of.
How to provide culturally sensitive care for clients with posttraumatic stress Cultural Clinical Psychology book (PTSD) and related disorders This book, written and edited by leading experts from around the world, looks critically at how culture impacts on the way.
How to integrate cultural dimensions into psychological interventions. Providing new theoretical insights as well as practical advice, it will be of interest to clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, and other health professionals, as well as researchers and students engaged.
Part 2: Cultural Values, Metaphors, and the Search for Universals Cultural Psychology Is More Than Cross-Cultural Comparisons: Toward Cultural Dimensions in Traumatic Stress Research Distress and Trauma in the Clinical History of Neurosis in Sweden and Finland Trauma and Umwelt: An Archetypal Framework for Humanitarian Interventions Wounds and /5.
In summary, this book is recommended to be used as an essential component of a cross-cultural clinical psychology course. This book, combined with other diversity readings, can serve as a great foundation for exposing students to this essential component of their training as psychologists."Pages: "Comprehensive, evidence-based and practical.
This terrific book brings together authors and topics from many different disciplines and fields of expertise to build a foundation for the cultural clinical psychology of trauma and its consequences.
It is a must-read for those who work with traumatized patients, both in clinical and research. The best-selling Clinical Psychology: Science, Practice, and Diversity presents an inclusive and culturally competent view of the vast world of clinical psychology.
Through lively examples, robust scholarship, and a highly readable narrative, award-winning author Andrew M. Pomerantz explores the key topics of clinical assessment, psychotherapy, and ethical and professional issues while also. More directed to Psychology students.
However it is an excellent book to allow students to understand the differences between the main areas of Psychology, different assessment methods and as well the diverse contributions of different types of Psychotherapy that could be used in clinical practice. Recipient of the Textbook Excellence Award from the Textbook & Academic Authors Association (TAA) Up to date with current DSM-5 coverage throughout, the comprehensive, highly-readable Fourth Edition of Clinical Psychology: Science, Practice, and Culture provides students vital exposure to the real-world practice of clinical psychology balanced with the latest research in the field.
This timely book: Critiques the cultural competence construct and its evaluation as it is currently disseminated within applied psychology.
Compares and contrasts how cultural competence is defined within clinical, school, and counseling : Paperback. Cultural Awareness in Clinical Practice is a 3-hour online continuing education (CE) course that provides the foundation for achieving cultural competence and diversity in healthcare settings.
Cultural competence, responding to diversity and inclusion, are important practices for healthcare professionals. Within clinical psychology, societal understandings of gender and sexuality have been both reflected in and influenced by the professional positioning of the discipline, changing over time, with.
This book by leading international experts looks critically at how culture impacts on the way posttraumatic stress and related disorders are diagnosed and treated within clinical psychology and psychiatry. Chapter 3 discusses how those needing psychological rehabilitation come from diverse backgrounds, how sensitivity to diversity issues is a critical element addressed in the APA Ethics Code, as well as in the Multicultural Guidelines promulgated by the APA, and how 'disability' has come to be viewed as another type of diversity.
It also covers how the RP must be aware of these differences and Author: David R. Cox. In the Cultural-Clinical Psychology Lab, we conduct research at the intersection of cultural and clinical psychology. The focus is on research that draws on theoretical and empirical developments in both areas of psychology, in order to better understand the interplay between cultural factors and.
3“Cultural psychology is,first of all,a designation for the comparative study of the way culture and psyche make each other up”(Shweder & Sullivan, ,p). 4“Cultural psychology (is) the study of the culture’s role in the mental life of human beings”(Cole,p.
CHAPTER OUTLINE What is cross-cultural psychology. Cross-Cultural Psychology: Contemporary Themes and Perspectives, 2nd Edition is an ideal book for undergraduate and graduate courses in cultural or cross-cultural psychology.
Author Bios Kenneth D. Keith, PhD, is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychological Sciences at the University of San Diego. Longtime emotion researchers will find a thorough review of theories and research, but also a fresh perspective on emotions emphasizing social and cultural influences.
This book is timely, as it provides a much-needed update to the psychology behind emotions. Highly recommended. —ChoicePages: A plethora of publications on cultural issues in mental health have appeared in recent years.
Scholarly journals in clinical psychology have increasingly included articles on cultural topics, and some psychology journals are devoted entirely to issuesofculture.(SeeTableforexamples.)Inaddition,awidevarietyofbooksnowoffer.Recipient of the Textbook Excellence Award from the Textbook & Academic Authors Association (TAA) Up to date with current DSM-5 coverage throughout, the comprehensive, highly-readable Fourth Edition of Clinical Psychology: Science, Practice, and Culture provides students vital exposure to the real-world practice of clinical psychology balanced with the latest research in the field.