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Working with Asian Americans

A Guide for Clinicians
  • 504 Pages
  • 2.26 MB
  • English
The Guilford Press
Equal opportunities, Gender studies, Psychotherapy, Work & labour, Reference, Clinical Psychology (Specific Aspects), Cross-Cultural Psychology, Psychology, USA, Social Science, Clinical Psychology, Minority Studies - Ethnic American, Psychology & Psychiatry / Clinical Psychology, Ethnic Studies - Ge
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL8734184M
ISBN 101572305703
ISBN 139781572305700

Clinicians working with Asian Americans will learn a great deal from this book--as will anyone working with clients whose cultural background may be different from their own." Frances L.

Brisbane, PhD, School of Social Welfare, State University of New York at Stony Brook5/5(1). Working with Asian Americans: A Guide for Clinicians is a highly important contribution toward addressing these clinical issues. Practical guidelines for assessment and treatment are given, which should be of interest to psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, counselors, and psychiatric book will appeal to those readers who 5/5(1).

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Drawing on both research and clinical practice. An essential resource for all mental health practitioners, this handbook addresses Working with Asian Americans book specific issues that arise when working with Asian Americans in a clinical setting. Chapters cover the different Asian American family systems, developmental and life cycle issues, psychopharmacology, therapeutic issues with DSM-IV, and treatment modalities.

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[Evelyn Lee;] -- "The volume helps readers understand the tremendous diversity among Asian American groups and individuals, while at the same time exploring the values. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 volume ; 24 cm: Contents: Foreward, Sue.

Preface, Lee. This series presents concise histories of individual ethnic groups and their impact on American life and culture.

With comprehensive examinations of the immigrant experience, it serves as a resource for both young students and experienced researchers. Each book in the series is written by a qualified scholar and includes notes, references, a selected bibliography and a complete.

The Two Asian Americas. By Karan Mahaja n. Octo Asian-Americans are still regarded as “other” by many of their fellow-citizens. and about working on her book "The Lowland.

And yet a sense that Asian Americans, with their “vague purgatorial status,” don’t — or somehow can’t — claim relevance to public life haunts her book. As she puts it: “Asians lack. When Asian Americans are grouped with Pacific Islanders, this population makes up the fastest growing ethnic community (Maki & Kitano, ).

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In Working With Asian American Clients, Dr. Jean Lau Chin demonstrates an approach that addresses issues of culture and cultural competence within the therapeutic session, in essence acknowledging the client's culture as a "third person" in the therapy room.

In this session, Dr. Chin works with a year-old woman who immigrated to the United States from Vietnam who. Asian Americans Feel Held Back at Work by Stereotypes while he was growing up outside of Boston in a community that included a number of Asian Americans.

Later he attended Stanford, which also. Vuong ultimately hopes readers embrace a book that celebrates the working-class Asian American experience. “I don’t think it is a burden as an Asian American writer to.

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Between andsomething remarkable happened to Asian Americans. Not only did they surpass African Americans in average household earnings, but they also closed the wage gap with : Syndicated Columns. By the mid- to lates, the notion of Asian-Americans as universally successful was everywhere.

Major news organizations lauded them as the “model minority” — a term first coined in Author: Jack Linshi. Sooner or later every Asian-American must deal with the question 'Where do you come from?'. It is probably the most familiar if least aggressive form of racism. It is a tip-off to the persistent notion that people of Asian ancestry are not real Americans, that 'Orientals' never really stop being loyal to a foreign homeland, no matter how long.

Business leadership is at the core of Asian economic development, says HBS professor D. Quinn Mills. As he explained recently in Kuala Lumpur, the American and Asian leadership styles, while very different, also share important similarities.

Political connections and family control are more common in Asian businesses than in the United States. 21 Book, TV, Film And Podcast Suggestions For Asian Americans, By Asian Americans For Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we asked for recommendations of what to read or watch to connect with AAPI community and culture.

With ‘Tigertail,’ a Filmmaker Hopes to Comfort Asian-Americans Alan Yang based the new Netflix movie on his father’s tale of leaving Taiwan.

The film arrives at a difficult time: a rise in. Asian Americans are Americans of Asian descent. Based on the U.S. Census report, there are approximately million U.S. residents who identified themselves as Asians. Heterogeneity is particularly important to address when it comes to a group such as Asian Americans, given that this population comprises approximately 43 different ethnic groups with more than [ ].

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Gwat-Yong Lie Working With Asian Americans: A Guide for Clinicians. Edited by Evelyn Lee. New York: Guilford,Author: Gwat-Yong Lie. African Americans and European Americans share many values and norms, as do individuals from many other cultures.

However, there are particular factors that should be accounted for in working with many African American clients. It must also be noted that African Americans are a diverse group and thatFile Size: 34KB. I would not have been able to publish this second edition of Asian Americans in a timely manner without cooperation by a number of people.

They deserve my formal gratitude here. First of all, I owe many debts to the eight contributors who completed 7 of the 12 chapters of this book and Steve Gold, who selected photo images and wrote the captions. 10 YA Books by Asian-American Authors Posted on 29 April, 27 April, Author Audrey It has been a while since I’ve done a booklist, and with Asian-Pacific American Month around the corner, I though I could get a head start.

From the Far East to the Middle East, Southeast Asia to the South Asian subcontinent, this list of more than 40 books covers a lot of geographical ground. Kids, tweens, and teens will find all sorts of exciting stories about people who live in or have ancestors in many different Asian countries, including Japan, China, the Philippines, Korea.

This Asian American Life: An Interview with Michelle Kuo by Evelyn Nien-Ming Ch’ienMichelle Kuo Skyped with me from her apartment in Paris. She’s now teaching law at the American University of Paris and navigating her way through French traditions and culture after graduating from Harvard Law School and working as a civil rights lawyer in California.

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Author Juliet Schor, who wrote the best-selling book The Overworked American inconcluded that in Americans worked an average of. Asian Americans represent one of the largest demographics working in U.S. comic book industry today. How did Asian Americans come to be so involved in this medium, and what does their work as writers, artists, editors, and publishers mean for the industry?A recent U.S.

Surgeon General’s report indicated that only 17% of Asian Americans with a psychological problem sought professional help and less than 6% sought this help from a mental health treatment provider (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, ).One approach to addressing this problem is for Asian American clients to be served by ethnically and Cited by: