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Re-visioning family therapy : race, culture, and gender in clinical practice / edited by Monica McGoldrick, Kenneth V. Hardy.

Contributor(s): McGoldrick, Monica | Hardy, Kenneth V.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Guilford Press, c2008Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xxvii, 483 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781593854270 (hardcover : alk. paper); 1593854277 (hardcover : alk. paper).Subject(s): Family psychotherapy -- United States | Minorities -- Mental health -- United States | Sexual minorities -- Mental health -- United States | Cultural psychiatry -- United States | Family Therapy | Cultural Diversity | Minority Groups -- psychologyOnline resources: Table of contents only
Contents:
Pt. 1. Theoretical perspectives. Introduction : re-visioning family therapy from a multicultural perspective / Monica McGoldrick and Kenneth V. Hardy ; Transnational journeys / Celia Jaes Falicov ; Migration and the disruption of the social network / Carlos E. Sluzki ; Social class : implications for family therapy / Tracey A. Laszloffy ; Spirituality, healing, and resilience / Froma Walsh ; Race, reality, and relationships : implications for the re-visioning of family therapy / Kenneth V. Hardy ; Understanding families in the context of cultural adaptations to oppression / Vanessa McAdams-Mahmoud -- Pt. 2. Cultural legacies and stories : therapists’ experiences. Finding a place called "home" / Monica McGoldrick ; Black genealogy revisited : restorying an African American family / Elaine Pinderhughes ; The discovery of my multicultural identity / Fernando López-Colón ; Our Iranian-African American interracial family / Jayne Mahboubi and Nasim Mahboubi ; Voluntary childlessness and motherhood : afterthoughts / Marlene F. Watson ; Grieving in network and community : bearing witness to the loss of our son / Jodie Kliman and David Trimble ; Going home : one orphan’s journey from Chicago to Poland and back / John Folwarski ; Legacies of white privilege / Lisa Berndt ; Transforming a racist legacy / John J. Lawless ; The Semitism schism : Jewish-Palestinian legacies in a family therapy training context / Linda Stone Fish ; My evolving identity from Arab to Palestinian to Muslim / Nuha Abudabbeh ; Biracial legitimacy : embracing marginality / MaryAnna Domokos-Cheng Ham -- Pt. 3. Racial identity and racism : implications for therapy. The dynamics of a pro-racist ideology : implications for family therapists / Kenneth V. Hardy and Tracey A. Laszloffy ; White privilege and male privilege : a personal account of coming to see correspondences through work in women’s studies / Peggy McIntosh ; Dismantling white male privilege within family therapy / Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio ; Latinas in the United States : bridging two worlds / Nydia Garcia-Preto ; Therapy with mixed-race families / Tracey A. Laszloffy -- Pt. 4. Implications for clinical practice. Working with LGBT families / Elijah C. Nealy ; Gay and lesbian couples : successful coping with minority stress / Robert-Jay Green ; Working with immigrant and refugee families/ Marsha Pravder Mirkin and Hugo Kamya ; A fifth-province approach to intracultural issues in an Irish context : marginal illuminations / Imelda Colgan McCarthy and Nollaig O’Reilly Byrne ; Working with African Americans and trauma : lessons for clinicians from Hurricane Katrina / Nancy Boyd-Franklin ; Once they come : testimony therapy and healing questions for African American couples / Makungu M. Akinyela ; Climbing up the rough side of the mountain : hope, culture, and therapy / Paulette Moore Hines ; Interracial Asian couples : beyond black and white / Tazuko Shibusawa ; Working with families who are homeless / Peter Fraenkel and Chloe Carmichael ; Coyote returns : a reconciliation between history and hope / Robin LaDue -- Pt. 5. Implications for training. Teaching white students about racism and its implications in practice / Norma Akamatsu ; Visioning social justice : narratives of diversity, social location, and personal compassion / Matthew R. Mock ; Re-visioning training / Kenneth V. Hardy and Monica McGoldrick ; On becoming a GEMM therapist : work harder, be smarter, and never discuss race / Kenneth V. Hardy.
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Pt. 1. Theoretical perspectives. Introduction : re-visioning family therapy from a multicultural perspective / Monica McGoldrick and Kenneth V. Hardy ; Transnational journeys / Celia Jaes Falicov ; Migration and the disruption of the social network / Carlos E. Sluzki ; Social class : implications for family therapy / Tracey A. Laszloffy ; Spirituality, healing, and resilience / Froma Walsh ; Race, reality, and relationships : implications for the re-visioning of family therapy / Kenneth V. Hardy ; Understanding families in the context of cultural adaptations to oppression / Vanessa McAdams-Mahmoud -- Pt. 2. Cultural legacies and stories : therapists’ experiences. Finding a place called "home" / Monica McGoldrick ; Black genealogy revisited : restorying an African American family / Elaine Pinderhughes ; The discovery of my multicultural identity / Fernando López-Colón ; Our Iranian-African American interracial family / Jayne Mahboubi and Nasim Mahboubi ; Voluntary childlessness and motherhood : afterthoughts / Marlene F. Watson ; Grieving in network and community : bearing witness to the loss of our son / Jodie Kliman and David Trimble ; Going home : one orphan’s journey from Chicago to Poland and back / John Folwarski ; Legacies of white privilege / Lisa Berndt ; Transforming a racist legacy / John J. Lawless ; The Semitism schism : Jewish-Palestinian legacies in a family therapy training context / Linda Stone Fish ; My evolving identity from Arab to Palestinian to Muslim / Nuha Abudabbeh ; Biracial legitimacy : embracing marginality / MaryAnna Domokos-Cheng Ham -- Pt. 3. Racial identity and racism : implications for therapy. The dynamics of a pro-racist ideology : implications for family therapists / Kenneth V. Hardy and Tracey A. Laszloffy ; White privilege and male privilege : a personal account of coming to see correspondences through work in women’s studies / Peggy McIntosh ; Dismantling white male privilege within family therapy / Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio ; Latinas in the United States : bridging two worlds / Nydia Garcia-Preto ; Therapy with mixed-race families / Tracey A. Laszloffy -- Pt. 4. Implications for clinical practice. Working with LGBT families / Elijah C. Nealy ; Gay and lesbian couples : successful coping with minority stress / Robert-Jay Green ; Working with immigrant and refugee families/ Marsha Pravder Mirkin and Hugo Kamya ; A fifth-province approach to intracultural issues in an Irish context : marginal illuminations / Imelda Colgan McCarthy and Nollaig O’Reilly Byrne ; Working with African Americans and trauma : lessons for clinicians from Hurricane Katrina / Nancy Boyd-Franklin ; Once they come : testimony therapy and healing questions for African American couples / Makungu M. Akinyela ; Climbing up the rough side of the mountain : hope, culture, and therapy / Paulette Moore Hines ; Interracial Asian couples : beyond black and white / Tazuko Shibusawa ; Working with families who are homeless / Peter Fraenkel and Chloe Carmichael ; Coyote returns : a reconciliation between history and hope / Robin LaDue -- Pt. 5. Implications for training. Teaching white students about racism and its implications in practice / Norma Akamatsu ; Visioning social justice : narratives of diversity, social location, and personal compassion / Matthew R. Mock ; Re-visioning training / Kenneth V. Hardy and Monica McGoldrick ; On becoming a GEMM therapist : work harder, be smarter, and never discuss race / Kenneth V. Hardy.

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