Clinical Practice with People of Color: A Guide to Becoming Culturally Competent (Multicultural Foundations of Psychology and Counseling Series)
This timely book will help therapists and counselors successfully integrate the American Psychological Association's Multicultural Guidelines into their clinical practice. Well-known practitioners and scholars in multicultural counseling use critical incidents and case vignettes in their chapters to show how the APA Guidelines can be applied to specific historically marginalized populations. They also explore multicultural characteristics that cut across diverse populations, using real-life situations to explore issues of gender, sexual orientation, social class, religion, and disability. This all-inclusive user's guide is a must for educators and practitioners in the mental health field.
Contents & Contributors:
Chapter 1: The APA Multicultural Guidelines on Education, Training, Research, Practice, and Organizational Change: A Brief Overview
Madonna G. Constantine, Christina M. Capodilupo, & Mai M. Kindaichi
Applying the Multicultural Guidelines to Specific Populations
Chapter 2: Asian American Populations
Bryan S. K. Kim
Chapter 3: African American Populations
Chapter 4: Latina/o American Populations
Cynthia de las Fuentes
Chapter 5: American Indians and Alaskan Native Populations
John J. Peregoy & Alberta M. Gloria
Chapter 6: Arab American Populations
Sylvia C. Nassar-McMillan
Chapter 7: Biracial Populations
Angela R. Gillem, Sean Kathleen Lincoln, & Kristen English
Chapter 8: Immigrant and Refugee Populations
Rita Chung & Fred Bemak
Chapter 9: Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual People of Color
Chapter 10: Persons of Color with Disabilities
Considerations in Applying the Multicultural Guidelines to People of Color
Chapter 11: Gender Issues
Janis Sanchez-Hucles & Nneka Jones
Chapter 12: Social Class Considerations
Saba Rasheed Ali, Alice Fridman, Thomasin Hall, & Leslie Leathers
Chapter 13: Religious and Spiritual Issues
Mary Fukuyama, Carlos Hernandez, & Shari Robinson
Chapter 14: Social Justice Considerations
Anika K. Warren & Madonna G. Constantine
As the world becomes more interdependent, and economies struggle, global philanthropy continues to increase. More than that, nonprofits are taking up roles that have traditionally been filled by the government--including social welfare, healthcare, and human rights. Global Fundraising provides complete coverage of the implications of this growth for nonprofit culture and how it drives changes in fundraising practices.
The book skillfully tracks how the world of fundraising is changing rapidly due to a number of factors including: continuing growth of great wealth; non-profit innovation emerging everywhere; growth of indigenous NGOs; increased professionalism in fundraising; and the value and role of new and social technologies. Written by a team of philanthropy leaders, Global Fundraising offers timely coverage of fundraising around the world. A must-have for INGO leaders and anyone, anywhere, interested in the future of philanthropy and effective fundraising practices.
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In This Common Secret Dr. Susan Wicklund chronicles her emotional and dramatic twenty-year career on the front lines of the abortion war. Growing up in working class, rural Wisconsin, Wicklund had her own painful abortion at a young age. It was not until she became a doctor that she realized how many women shared her ordeal of an unwanted pregnancy--and how hidden this common experience remains.
This is the story of Susan's love for a profession that means listening to women and helping them through one of the most pivotal and controversial events in their lives. Hers is also a calling that means sleeping on planes and commuting between clinics in different states--and that requires her to wear a bulletproof vest and to carry a .38 caliber revolver. This is also the story of the women whom Susan serves, women whose options are increasingly limited.
Through these intimate, complicated, and inspiring accounts, Wicklund reveals the truth about the women's clinics that anti-abortion activists portray as little more than slaughterhouses for the unborn. As we enter the most fevered political fight over abortion America has ever seen, this raw and powerful memoir shows us what is at stake.
They live in the suburbs of Tennessee and Indiana. They fought in Vietnam and Desert Storm. They speak about an older, better America, an America that once was, and is no more. And for the past decade, they have come to the U.S. / Mexico border to hunt for illegal immigrants. Who are the Minutemen? Patriots? Racists? Vigilantes?
Harel Shapira lived with the Minutemen and patrolled the border with them, seeking neither to condemn nor praise them, but to understand who they are and what they do. Challenging simplistic depictions of these men as right-wing fanatics with loose triggers, Shapira discovers a group of men who long for community and embrace the principles of civic engagement. Yet these desires and convictions have led them to a troubling place. Shapira takes you to that place--a stretch of desert in southern Arizona, where he reveals that what draws these men to the border is not simply racism or anti-immigrant sentiments, but a chance to relive a sense of meaning and purpose rooted in an older life of soldiering. They come to the border not only in search of illegal immigrants, but of lost identities and experiences.
Now with a new afterword by the author, Waiting for José brings understanding to a group of people in search of lost identities and experiences.
'What does a woman want?'--the question Freud famously formulated in a letter to Marie Bonaparte--is a quintessentially male question that arises from women's resistance to their place in a patriarchal society. But what might it mean, asks Shoshana Felman, for a woman to reclaim this question as her own? Can this question engender, through the literary or the psychoanalytic work, a woman's voice as its speaking subject? Felman explores these questions through close readings of autobiographical texts by Virginia Woolf, Simone de Beauvoir, and Adrienne Rich which attempt to redefine women as the subject of their own desire.
Central Sites, Peripheral Visions: Cultural and Institutional Crossings in the History of Anthropology
In a work that is part memoir, part history and travelogue, Herrmann explores all our Swiss cliches (chocolate, secret bank accounts, Heidi, Nazi gold, neutrality, mountains, Swiss Family Robinson) and also scrutinizes topics that may surprise (the invention of the Alps, the English Colony in Davos, Switzerland s role during World War II, women students at the University of Zurich in the 1870s). She ponders, as well, marks of Swissness that have lost their identity in the diaspora (Sutter Home, Helvetica, Dadaism) and the enduring Swiss American community of New Glarus, Wisconsin. Coming Out Swiss will appeal not just to the Swiss diaspora but also to those drawn to multi-genre writing that blurs boundaries between the personal and the historical.
Many boys today are in trouble, either overtly (problems with drugs, or violence, or at school) or covertly (feelings of loneliness, isolation, disconnection, and despair). This AudioBook explains why -- and also tells how we can rescue boys and help them become more confident and expressive men. William Pollack illuminates the daily lives of boys and lets us understand what they are really thinking and feeling. Based on a study just completed, this AudioBook explores why many boys experience sadness and how conventional expectations about manhood and masculinity encourage people to treat boys like "little men", raising them through a toughening process that drives their true emotions underground. Pollack explains what all of us can do to foster the healthy development of boys in various stages from infancy through the teenage years, and he addresses a wide range of topics -- school, drugs, alcohol, sports, girls, depression, divorce, and more. After you listen to this AudioBook, you will see every boy in a new way.
President Obama's administration came to office with the world on fire. Confront and Conceal is the story of how, in his first term, Obama secretly used the most innovative weapons and tools of American power, including our most sophisticated--and still unacknowledged--arsenal of cyberweapons, aimed at Iran's nuclear program. Washington and the world were rocked by Confront and Conceal, which goes deep into the Situation Room as Obama questions whether this new weapon can slow Iran and avoid a war--or whether it will create blowback, as the Iranians and others retaliate with cyberattacks on the United States. It describes how the bin Laden raid worsened the dysfunctional relationship with Pakistan, and how Obama's early idealism about fighting a "war of necessity" in Afghanistan quickly turned to fatigue, frustration, and now withdrawal. As the world seeks to understand how Obama will cope with nationalistic leaders in Beijing, a North Korea bent on developing a nuclear weapon that can reach American shores, and an Arab world where promising revolutions turned to chaos, Confront and Conceal--with an updated epilogue for this paperback edition--provides an unflinching account of these complex years of presidential struggle, in which America's ability to exert control grows ever more elusive.
- What the Goddess Means to Women
- Mythic Heras as Models of Strength and Wisdom
Part Two: Manifesting Personal Power
- Self-Images of Strength and Wholeness Part Three: Transforming the Political
- The Unity of Politics and Spirituality
- Applications of Spirituality as a Political Force