Black Families in Therapy

Un libro in lingua di Boyd Nancy Franklin edito da Guilford Pubn, 2003

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Boyd-Franklin (applied and professional psychology, Rutgers U.) provides students and clinicians with an understanding of the cultural and racial context of African Americans as applied to the therapy setting. The fully revised second edition includes a new chapter on public policy issues (welfare reform, the Adoptions and Safe Families Act, kinship care, managed care, and affirmative action); a new chapter on the complexity of separation, divorce, remarriage, and stepparenting; and new material on socioeconomic and class distinctions, Caribbean and biracial children and families, racial identity development, gender roles in families, religion and spirituality, the Afrocentric movement, Rites-of-Passage programs, challenges in educational achievement, HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, violence, police brutality, and racial profiling. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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