Psychotherapy and Counseling with Asian American Clients
A Practical Guide
AUTHOR: Hong, George K. and Domokos-Cheng Ham, MaryAnna
PUBLISHER: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
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This book is a practical and comprehensive guide for clinicians, trainees, and students interested in developing their skills in providing Psychotherapy and Counseling to Asian American Clients. The authors offer a cultural and social environmental framework, which helps mental health professionals conceptualize issues facing Asian American clients as well as strategies for addressing clinical concerns. This book discusses many frequently asked questions regarding clinical work with Asian Americans: Cultural similarities and differences among various Asian American groups; clinical implications of immigration and refugee experiences; strategies for diagnostic assessments; ways to engage Asian American clients in treatment; application of individual, family, and group psychotherapy and counseling; culturally syntonic service delivery models; and training and curriculum issues. Practical suggestions and case examples are offered throughout the book.
PUBLICATION DATE: 11/22/2000
CATEGORY: Psychology, Social Science