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Ethnicity and Family Therapy, Third Edition

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8/18/2005
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Summary

Multicultural Family Institute, Highland Park, NJ. Provides information on conducting culturally sensitive family therapy sessions. Presents the common characteristics of each ethnic group, including values related to help seeking and the nature of presenting problems. For practitioners and students. Previous edition: c1996.

Author Biography

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/n-/Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. She was Visiting Professor at Fordham University School of Social Service for 12 years. Ms. McGoldrick received her MSW in 1969 from Smith College School for Social Work, which later granted her one of the few honorary doctorates awarded by the school in its 60-year history. Other awards include the American Family Therapy Academy's award for Distinguished Contribution to Family Therapy Theory and Practice. An internationally known author, she speaks widely on culture, class, gender, the family life cycle, and other topics.

Joe Giordano, MSW, is a family therapist in private practice in Bronxville, New York. He was formerly Director of the American Jewish Committee's Center on Ethnicity, Behavior, and Communications, where he conducted pioneering studies on the psychological nature of ethnic identity and group behavior. The author of widely published articles on ethnicity, family, and the media, he served as host of <I>Proud to Be Me<I*>, a PBS television program, and as producer of the audio series <I>Growing Up in America<I*>.

Nydia Garcia-Preto, LCSW, is cofounder and Clinical Director of the Multicultural Family Institute. She has served as Visiting Professor at the Rutgers Graduate School of Social Work and as Director of the Adolescent Day Hospital at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. A noted family therapist, author, teacher, and lecturer, Ms. Garcia-Preto has published and presented widely on Puerto Rican and Latino families, Latinas, ethnic intermarriage, and families with adolescents. She is a highly respected trainer in the areas of cultural competence and organizational team building.

Table of Contents

Overview: Ethnicity and Family Therapy
1(42)
Monica McGoldrick
Joe Giordano
Nydia Garcia-Preto
I. AMERICAN INDIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER FAMILIES
American Indian Families: An Overview
43(12)
CharlesEtta T. Sutton
Mary Anne Broken Nose
Back to the Future: An Examination of the Native American Holocaust Experience
55(9)
Nadine Tafoya
Ann Del Vecchio
Na 'Ohana: Native Hawaiian Families
64(13)
Valli Kalei Kanuha
II. FAMILIES OF AFRICAN ORIGIN
Families of African Origin: An Overview
77(10)
Lascelles Black
Vanessa Jackson
African American Families
87(14)
Paulette Moore Hines
Nancy Boyd-Franklin
African Immigrant Families
101(16)
Hugo Kamya
British West Indian Families
117(10)
Janet R. Brice-Baker
Haitian Families
127(11)
Josiane Menos
African American Muslim Families
138(15)
Vanessa McAdams-Mahmoud
III. LATINO FAMILIES
Latino Families: An Overview
153(13)
Nydia Garcia-Preto
Brazilian Families
166(12)
Eliana Catao de Korin
Sueli S. de Carvalho Petry
Central American Families
178(14)
Miguel Hernandez
Colombian Families
192(10)
Ramon Rojano
Jenny Duncan-Rojano
Cuban Families
202(14)
Guillermo Bernal
Ester Shapiro
Dominican Families
216(13)
Carmen Inoa Vazquez
Mexican Families
229(13)
Celia Jaes Falicov
Puerto Rican Families
242(14)
Nydia Garcia-Preto
Salvadoran Families
256(13)
Daniel Kusnir
IV. ASIAN FAMILIES
Asian Families: An Overview
269(21)
Evelyn Lee
Matthew R. Mock
Cambodian Families
290(12)
Lorna McKenzie-Pollock
Chinese Families
302(17)
Evelyn Lee
Matthew R. Mock
Filipino Families
319(13)
Maria P. P. Root
Indonesian Families
332(7)
Fred P. Piercy
Adriana Soekandar
Catherine D. M. Limansubroto
Sean D. Davis
Japanese Families
339(10)
Tazuko Shibusawa
Korean Families
349(14)
Bok-Lim C. Kim
Eunjung Ryu
Vietnamese Families
363(14)
Paul K. Leung
James K. Boehnlein
V. ASIAN INDIAN AND PAKISTANI FAMILIES
Asian Indian Families: An Overview
377(18)
Rhea Almeida
Indian Hindu Families
395(12)
Vimala Pillari
Pakistani Families
407(16)
Shivani Nath
VI. MIDDLE EASTERN FAMILIES
Arab Families: An Overview
423(14)
Nuha Abudabbeh
Armenian Families
437(14)
Steve Dagirmanjian
Iranian Families
451(17)
Behnaz Jalali
Lebanese and Syrian Families
468(19)
Karen L. Haboush
Palestinian Families
487(14)
Nuha Abudabbeh
VII. FAMILIES OF EUROPEAN ORIGIN
Families of European Origin: An Overview
501(19)
Joe Giordano
Monica McGoldrick
American Families with English Ancestors from the Colonial Era: Anglo Americans
520(14)
David W. McGill
John K. Pearce
Dutch Families
534(11)
Conrad De Master
MaryAnn Dros Giordano
French Canadian Families
545(10)
Regis Langelier
Pamela Langelier
German Families
555(18)
Hinda Winawer
Norbert A. Wetzel
Greek Families
573(13)
Kyle D. Killian
Anna M. Agathangelou
Hungarian Families
586(9)
Tracey A. Laszloffy
Irish Families
595(21)
Monica McGoldrick
Italian Families
616(13)
Joe Giordano
Monica McGoldrick
Joanne Guarino Klages
Portuguese Families
629(12)
Zarita Araujo-Lane
Scandinavian Families: Plain and Simple
641(13)
Beth M. Erickson
Scots-Irish Families
654(13)
Morris Taggart
VIII. JEWISH FAMILIES
Jewish Families: An Overview
667(13)
Elliott J. Rosen
Susan F. Weltman
Israeli Families
680(9)
Anat Ziv
Orthodox Jewish Families
689(12)
Marsha Pravder Mirkin
Barbara F. Okun
Russian Jewish Families
701(10)
Leonid Newhouse
IX. SLAVIC FAMILIES
Slavic Families: An Overview
711(13)
Leonid Newhouse
Czech and Slovak Families
724(17)
Jo-Ann Krestan
Rita Mae Gazarik
Polish Families
741(16)
John Folwarski
Joseph Smolinski Jr.
Appendix. Cultural Assessment 757(8)
Author Index 765(11)
Subject Index 776

Excerpts

"Now in a fully revised and expanded third edition, this widely used clinical reference and text provides the latest knowledge on culturally sensitive practice with families and individuals from over 40 different ethnic groups. In every chapter, the expert contributors demonstrate how ethno-cultural factors may influence the assumptions of both clients and therapists, the issues people bring to the therapeutic context, and their resources for coping and problem solving." "This third edition belongs on the desks of all therapists and counselors working with families. It is an informative text for undergraduate- and graduate-level courses in family therapy, clinical and counseling psychology, social work, human development, and related fields."--BOOK JACKET.


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