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Ethnicity and Family Therapy 3ed

by Monica McGoldrick, Joseph Giordano and Nydia Garcia-Preto Guilford Publications
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This widely used clinical reference has now been fully revised and expanded, providing the latest knowledge on culturally sensitive practice with families and individuals from over 40 different ethnic groups. Each chapter demonstrates how ethnocultural factors may influence the assumptions of both clients and therapists, the issues people bring to the clinical context, and their resources for coping and problem solving. Updated throughout with essential new material, the third edition includes chapters on several additional groups. An indispensable new appendix offers a concise guide to weaving cultural information into assessment and intervention planning. KEY FEATURES * Updated and expanded edition of a perennial bestseller * Generates both off-the-shelf and text sales across multiple disciplines, from family therapy to clinical psychology, social work, and more. * Now includes a practical appendix on cultural assessment that will appeal to clinicians and students alike. * All chapters have been revised, and chapters on several new groups have been added. AUDIENCE: Students in a range of mental health fields, as well as sociology and human development: therapists and counselors working with families. COURSE USE: Serves a primary or supplemental text in advanced undergraduate- and graduate-level courses in family therapy, clinical and counseling psychology, social work, pastoral counseling, sociology, human development, nursing, and psychiatry. CONTENTS: 1. OVERVIEW: ETHNICITY AND FAMILY THERAPY, Monica McGoldrick, Joe Giordano, and Nydia Garcia-Preto I. AMERICAN INDIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER FAMILIES 2. American Indian Families: An Overview, CharlesEtta T. Sutton and Mary Anne Broken Nose 3. Back to the Future: An Examination of the Native American Holocaust Experience, Nadine Tafoya and Ann Del Vecchio 4. Na 'Ohana: Hawaiian Families, Valli Kalei Kanuha II. FAMILIES OF AFRICAN ORIGIN 5. Familes of African Origin: An Overview, Lascelles Black and Vanessa Jackson 6. African American Families, Paulette Moore Hines and Nancy Boyd-Franklin 7. African Immigrant Families, Hugo Kamya 8. British West Indian Families, Janet Brice-Baker 9. Haitian Families, Josiane Menos 10. Muslim African American Families, Vanessa McAdams-Mahmoud III. LATINO FAMILIES 11. Latino Families: An Overview, Nydia Garcia-Preto 12. Brazilian Families, Eliana Catao de Korin and Sueli S. de Carvalho Petry 13. Central American Families, Miguel Hernandez 14. Colombian Families, Ramón Rojano and Jenny Duncan Rojano 15. Cuban Families, Guillermo Bernal and Ester Shapiro 16. Dominican Families, Carmen Inoa Vasquez 17. Mexican Families, Celia Jaes Falicov 18. Puerto Rican Families, Nydia Garcia-Preto 19. Salvadoran Families, Daniel Kusnir IV. ASIAN FAMILIES 20. Asian Families: An Overview, Evelyn Lee and Matthew Mock 21. Cambodian Families, Lorna McKenzie-Pollock 22. Chinese Families, Evelyn Lee and Matthew Mock 23. Filipino Families, Maria P. P. Root 24. Indonesian Families, Fred P. Piercy, Adriana Soekandar, Catherine D. M. Limansubroto, and Sean D. Davis 25. Japanese Families, Tazuko Shibusawa 26. Korean Families, Bok-Lim C. Kim and Eunjung Ryu 27. Vietnamese Families, Paul K. Leung and James Boehnlein V. ASIAN INDIAN AND PAKISTANI FAMILIES 28. Asian Indian Families: An Overview, Rhea Almeida 29. Indian Hindu Families, Vimala Pillari 30. Pakistani Families, Shivani Nath VI. MIDDLE EASTERN FAMILIES 31. Arab Families: An Overview, Nuha Abudabbeh 32. Armenian Families, Steve Dagirmanjian 33. Iranian Families, Behnaz Jalali 34. Lebanese and Syrian Families, Karen Haboush 35. Palestinian Families, Nuha Abudabbeh VII. FAMILIES OF EUROPEAN ORIGIN 36. Families of European Origin: An Overview, Joe Giordano and Monica McGoldrick 37. American Families with English Ancestors from the Colonial Era: Anglo Americans, David W. McGill and John K. Pearce 38. Dutch Families, Conrad DeMaster and Mary Ann Dros-Giordano 39. French Canadian Families, Régis Langelier and Pamela Langelier 40. German Families, Hinda Winawer and Norbert A. Wetzel 41. Greek Families, Kyle D. Killian 42. Hungarian Families, Tracey A. Laszloffy 43. Irish Families, Monica McGoldrick 44. Italian Families, Joe Giordano, Monica McGoldrick, and Joanne Klages 45. Portuguese Families, Zarita A. Araujo-Lane 46. Scandinavian Families, Beth M. Erickson 47. Scots-Irish Families, Morris Taggart VIII. JEWISH FAMILIES 48. Jewish Families: An Overview, Susan F. Weltman and Elliott J. Rosen 49. Israeli Families, Anat Ziv 50. Orthodox Jewish Families, Marsha Pravder Mirkin and Barbara F. Okun 51. Russian Jewish Families, Leonid Newhouse IX. SLAVIC FAMILIES 52. Slavic Families: An Overview, Leo Newhouse 53. Czech and Slovak Families, Jo-Ann Krestan and Rita Mae Gazarik 54. Polish Families, John Folwarski and Joseph Smolenski, Jr. Appendix: Cultural Assessment CRITICAL ACCLAIM 'The representation of additional ethnic groups is an important contribution of this compelling new edition. A clear reminder that cultural diversity is a fact of life, this book gives family therapists and other helping professionals a greater understanding of the histories, values, and expectations of the diverse families and individuals we encounter. Important themes resonate throughout, including the ways that religious and spiritual beliefs, historical circumstances, immigration histories, and experiences of racism and prejudice influence contemporary families' strengths and struggles. Every chapter is moving, unique, and highly useful.' --- Patricia Arredondo, EdD, Counseling/Counseling Psychology Program, Arizona State University: President (2005-2006), American Counseling Association 'Now in its third edition, Ethnicity and Family Therapy remains one of the essential textbooks for developing cultural competence in clinical practice. Unlike any other single book in the field, its 54 chapters provide the most comprehensive description of culture-related family issues relevant to mental health and health care. At the same time, this book wisely teaches us that our understanding of these cultural patterns must incorporate not only ethnicity, but also gender, socioeconomic status, geography, religion, race, and politics, among other factors. A 'must-have' tour de force for seasoned professionals and trainees alike.' --- Francis G. Lu, MD, Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco, and San Francisco General Hospital 'This well-edited and comprehensive volume should prove to be of great value to psychotherapists of all orientations....Most specific chapters begin with historical accounts and cultural overviews. These informative materials will help any psychotherapist appreciate the factors affecting individual patients and families as they strive to accept and adjust to American societal expectations....Clinicians would be wise to keep a copy of this volume available for consultation to enhance their ability to provide culturally competent assessment and treatment.' --- American Journal of Psychiatry (on the previous edition) CONTRIBUTORS Nuha Abudabbeh, PhD, NAIM Foundation, Washington, DC / Rhea Almeida, PhD, LCSW, Institute for Family Services, Somerset, NJ, and Multicultural Family Institute, Highland Park, NJ / Zarita A. Araújo-Lane, MSW, LCSW, Cross Cultural Communication Systems, Inc., Winchester, MA / Guillermo Bernal, PhD, University Center for Psychological Services and Research and Department of Psychology, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, PR / Lascelles Black, MSW, private practice, New Rochelle and New York, NY / James Boehnlein, MD, Department of Psychiatry, Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR / Nancy Boyd-Franklin, PhD, Graduate School of Psychology, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Piscataway, NY / Janet R. Brice-Baker, PhD, Department of Psychology, Yeshiva University, Bronx, NY / Mary Anne Broken Nose, BA, COPSA Institute for Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders, UMDNJ-University Behavioral HealthCare, Piscataway, NJ / Steve Dagirmanjian, PhD, Catskill Family Institute, Kingston, NY / Sean D. Davis, MS, doctoral candidate, Marriage and Family Therapy Program, Department of Human Development, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA / Ann Del Vecchio, PhD, Alpha Assessment Associates, Albuquerque, NM Conrad DeMaster, LCSW, private practice, Waldwick, NJ / MaryAnn Dros-Giordano, MSW, private practice, Bronxville, NY / Beth M. Erickson, PhD, Erickson Consulting, Edina and Ramsey, MN / Celia Jaes Falicov, PhD, Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Diego, CA / John Folwarski, LCSW, Raritan Bay Mental Health Center, Perth Amboy, NJ / Nydia Garcia-Preto, LCSW, Multicultural Family Institute, Highland Park, NJ / Rita Mae Gazarik, LCSW, private practice, New York, NY: Columbia University School of Social Work, New York, NY: Hunter College School of Social Work, City University of New York, New York, NY / Joe Giordano, MSW, private practice, Bronxville, NY / Karen Haboush, PsyD, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Piscataway NJ, and private practice, Highland Park, NJ / Miguel Hernandez, LCSW, Roberto Clemente Center, Sylvia Del Villard Program, Gouverneur Healthcare Service, New York, NY, and Ackerman Institute for the Family, New York, NY / Paulette Moore Hines, PhD, Center for Healthy Schools, Families, and Communities and Office of Prevention Services and Research, UMDNJ-University Behavioral HealthCare, Piscataway, NJ: Multicultural Family Institute, Highland Park, NJ / Vanessa Jackson, LCSW, private practice, Atlanta, GA / Behnaz Jalali, MD, Department of Psychiary, University of California, Los Angeles, CA / Hugo Kamya, PhD, Graduate School of Social Work, Boston College, Boston, MA / Valli Kalei Kanuha, PhD, School of Social Work, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI / Kyle D. Killian, PhD, Department of Family Therapy and Psychology, University of Houston-Clear Lake, Houston, TX / Bok-Lim C. Kim, MSW, private practice, San Diego, CA / Joanne Klages, LCSW, Multicultural Family Institute, Highland Park, NJ, and private practice, Highland Park, NJ, and Staten Island, NY / Eliana Catao de Korin, DiplPsic, Department of Family and Social Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY / Jo-Ann Krestan, MA, private practice, Center for Creative Change, Ellsworth, ME / Daniel Kusnir, MD, New College of California School of Graduate Psychology, San Francisco, CA: La Familia Counseling Service, Hayward, CA: Survivors International, San Francisco, CA / Pamela Langelier, PhD, Department of Family Medicine, College of Medicine, University of New England, Biddeford, ME, and private practice, Saco, ME / Régis Langelier, PhD, private practice, Saco, ME Tracey A. Laszloffy, PhD, Marriage and Family Therapy Program, Seton Hill University, Greenberg, PA / Evelyn Lee, EdD (deceased), Richmond Area Multi Services, Inc., San Francisco, CA / Paul K. Leung, MD, Department of Psychiatry, Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR / Catherine D. M. Limansubroto, MS, private practice, Tangerang, Indonesia / Vanessa McAdams-Mahmoud, MSW, private practice and Director of Counseling, Spelman College, Atlanta, GA / David W. McGill, PsyD, Couples and Family Center, Cambridge Hospital, and Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Cambridge, MA / Monica McGoldrick, LCSW, PhD (h.c.), Multicultural Family Institute, Highland Park, NJ, and Department of Psychiatry, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Piscataway, NJ / Lorna McKenzie-Pollock, MSW, MA, School of Social Work, Boston University, Boston, MA, and private practice, Brookline, MA/ Josiane Menos, PsyD, Staten Island Office of Children and Family Services, Staten Island, NY: New York City Department of Education, Brooklyn, NY: Multicultural Family Institute, Highland Park, NJ / Marsha Pravder Mirkin, PhD, Women's Studies Research Center, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, and Lasell College, Newton, MA / Matthew Mock, PhD, Family, Youth, Children's and Multicultural Services, Berkeley, CA: Graduate School of Professional Psychology, John F. Kenney University, Orinda, CA: private practice, Berkeley, CA/ Shivani Nath, MS, Department of Professional Psychology and Family Therapy, College of Education and Human Services, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ, and Asian American Federation of New York, New York, NY / Leonid Newhouse, LCSW, private practice, Boston, MA Barbara F. Okun, PhD, Department of Counseling and Applied Psychology, Northeastern University, Boston, MA / John K. Pearce, MD, Psychiatric Group of the North Shore, Lynn, MA, and Island Counseling, Martha's Vineyard, MA Sueli S. de Carvalho Petry, PhD, Department of Psychology and Family Therapy, College of Education and Human Services, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ, and Multicultural Family Institute, Highland Park, NJ / Fred P. Piercy, PhD, Department of Human Development, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA / Vimala Pillari, DSW, LCSW, Graduate School of Social Work, Dominican University, River Forest, IL / Jenny Duncan Rojano, MS, LCSW, School-Based Centers, Hartford Public Schools, Hartford, CT / Ramón Rojano, MD, City of Hartford, Hartford, CT: University of Connecticut School of Community Medicine, Storrs, CT: Marriage and Family Therapy Program, Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT: and Institute for the Hispanic Family, Hartford, CT / Maria P. P. Root, PhD, private practice, Seattle, WA / Elliott J. Rosen, EdD, private practice, Scarsdale, NY Eunjung Ryu, LCSW, Department of Couples and Family Therapy, College of Nursing and Health Professions, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, and private practice, Highland Park, NJ / Ester Shapiro, PhD, Department of Psychology, University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA/ Tazuko Shibusawa, PhD, Columbia University School of Social Work, New York, NY / Joseph Smolenski, Jr., MSW, Psychotherapy and Spirituality Institute, New York, NY / Adriana Soekandar, MS, Mandiri School and private practice, Jakarta, Indonesia / CharlesEtta T. Sutton, MSW, LCSW, Multicultural Family Institute, Highland Park, NJ: private practice, Plainfield, NJ: Turtle Island Project, Phoenix, AZ / Morris Taggart, PhD, retired, Houston, TX / Nadine Tafoya, MSW, private practice, Espagnola, NM / Carmen Inoa Vasquez, PhD, private practice and Department of Psychiatry, New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY / Susan F. Weltman, LCSW, private practice, Metuchen, NJ / Norbert A. Wetzel, PhD, Princeton Family Institute, Princeton, NJ / Hinda Winawer, MSW, Princeton Family Institute, Princeton, NJ / Anat Ziv, MSc, private practice, Ra'anana, Israel

1. Overview: Ethnicity and Family Therapy, Monica McGoldrick, Joe Giordano, and Nydia Garcia-PretoI. American Indian and Pacific Islander Families2. American Indian Families: An Overview, CharlesEtta T. Sutton and Mary Anne Broken Nose3. Back to the Future: An Examination of the Native American Holocaust Experience, Nadine Tafoya and Ann Del Vecchio4. N? 'Ohana: Hawaiian Families, Valli Kalei KanuhaII. Families of African Origin5. Familes of African Origin: An Overview, Lascelles Black and Vanessa Jackson6. African American Families, Paulette Moore Hines and Nancy Boyd-Franklin7. African Immigrant Families, Hugo Kamya8. British West Indian Families, Janet R. Brice-Baker9. Haitian Families, Josiane Menos10. Muslim African American Families, Vanessa McAdams-MahmoudIII. Latino Families11. Latino Families: An Overview, Nydia Garcia-Preto12. Brazilian Families, Eliana Catão de Korin and Sueli S. de Carvalho Petry13. Central American Families, Miguel Hernandez14. Colombian Families, Ramón Rojano and Jenny Duncan-Rojano15. Cuban Families, Guillermo Bernal and Ester Shapiro16. Dominican Families, Carmen Inoa Vazquez17. Mexican Families, Celia Jaes Falicov18. Puerto Rican Families, Nydia Garcia-Preto19. Salvadoran Families, Daniel KusnirIV. Asian Families20. Asian Families: An Overview, Evelyn Lee and Matthew R. Mock21. Cambodian Families, Lorna McKenzie-Pollock22. Chinese Families, Evelyn Lee and Matthew R. Mock23. Filipino Families, Maria P. P. Root24. Indonesian Families, Fred P. Piercy, Adriana Soekandar, Catherine D. M. Limansubroto, and Sean D. Davis25. Japanese Families, Tazuko Shibusawa26. Korean Families, Bok-Lim C. Kim and Eunjung Ryu27. Vietnamese Families, Paul K. Leung and James BoehnleinV. Asian Indian and Pakistani Families28. Asian Indian Families: An Overview, Rhea Almeida29. Indian Hindu Families, Vimala Pillari30. Pakistani Families, Shivani NathVI. Middle Eastern Families31. Arab Families: An Overview, Nuha Abudabbeh32. Armenian Families, Steve Dagirmanjian33. Iranian Families, Behnaz Jalali34. Lebanese and Syrian Families, Karen L. Haboush35. Palestinian Families, Nuha AbudabbehVII. Families of European Origin36. Families of European Origin: An Overview, Joe Giordano and Monica McGoldrick37. American Families with English Ancestors from the Colonial Era: Anglo Americans, David W. McGill and John K. Pearce38. Dutch Families, Conrad DeMaster and MaryAnn Dros Giordano39. French Canadian Families, Régis Langelier and Pamela Langelier40. German Families, Hinda Winawer and Norbert A. Wetzel41. Greek Families, Kyle D. Killian and Anna M. Agathangelou42. Hungarian Families, Tracey A. Laszloffy43. Irish Families, Monica McGoldrick44. Italian Families, Joe Giordano, Monica McGoldrick, and Joanne Guarino Klages45. Portuguese Families, Zarita Araujo-Lane46. Scandinavian Families: Plain and Simple, Beth M. Erickson47. Scots-Irish Families, Morris TaggartVIII. Jewish Families48. Jewish Families: An Overview, Susan F. Weltman and Elliott J. Rosen49. Israeli Families, Anat Ziv50. Orthodox Jewish Families, Marsha Pravder Mirkin and Barbara F. Okun51. Russian Jewish Families, Leonid NewhouseIX. Slavic Families52. Slavic Families: An Overview, Leonid Newhouse53. Czech and Slovak Families, Jo-Ann Krestan and Rita Mae Gazarik 54. Polish Families, John Folwarski and Joseph Smolenski, Jr.Appendix: Cultural Assessment

"This well-edited and comprehensive volume should prove to be of great value to psychotherapists of all orientations....Most specific chapters begin with historical accounts and cultural overviews. These informative materials will help any psychotherapist appreciate the factors affecting individual patients and families as they strive to accept and adjust to American societal expectations....Clinicians would be wise to keep a copy of this volume available for consultation to enhance their ability to provide culturally competent assessment and treatment."(on previous edition)
Monica McGoldrick, LCSW, PhD (h.c.), Director of the Multicultural Family Institute in Highland Park, New Jersey, is also Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Joe Giordano, MSW, is a family therapist in private practice in Bronxville, New York. Nydia Garcia-Preto, LCSW, is cofounder and Clinical Director of the Multicultural Family Institute.