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Black families in therapy : understanding the African American experience 2nd ed, paperback ed. 2006

Black families in therapy : understanding the African American experience 2nd ed, paperback ed. 2006 (Loan 1 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Boyd-Franklin, Nancy.
Title Statement
Black families in therapy : understanding the African American experience / Nancy Boyd-Franklin.
판사항
2nd ed, paperback ed. 2006.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Guilford Press ,   2006, c2003.  
Physical Medium
xiv, 368 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
1593853467 (alk. paper) 9781593853464
Content Notes
Pt. 1. Overview -- Racism, racial identity, and skin color issues -- Extended family patterns, kinship care, and informal adoption -- Role flexibility and boundary confusion -- African american men and women: socialization and relationships -- Separation, divorce, remarriage, and stepparenting -- Religion and spirituality in African American families -- Additional important topics in African American communities -- Pt. 2. Major treatment theories, issues, and interventions -- The therapist's use of self and value conflicts -- Major family therapy approaches and their relevance to the treatment of African Americans -- The multisystems model -- Public policy issues: a guide for clinicians -- Pt. 3. Socioeconomic class issues and diversity of family structures -- Poor families and the multisystems model -- Single-parent African American families -- Middle-class African American families -- Pt. 4. Implications for supervision, training, and future research -- Implications for training and supervision -- Conclusion and implications for future clinical work and research.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 335-351) and indexes.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
African American families -- Mental health. African Americans -- Social conditions. Family psychotherapy.
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300 ▼a xiv, 368 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 24 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. 335-351) and indexes.
505 0 ▼a Pt. 1. Overview -- Racism, racial identity, and skin color issues -- Extended family patterns, kinship care, and informal adoption -- Role flexibility and boundary confusion -- African american men and women: socialization and relationships -- Separation, divorce, remarriage, and stepparenting -- Religion and spirituality in African American families -- Additional important topics in African American communities -- Pt. 2. Major treatment theories, issues, and interventions -- The therapist's use of self and value conflicts -- Major family therapy approaches and their relevance to the treatment of African Americans -- The multisystems model -- Public policy issues: a guide for clinicians -- Pt. 3. Socioeconomic class issues and diversity of family structures -- Poor families and the multisystems model -- Single-parent African American families -- Middle-class African American families -- Pt. 4. Implications for supervision, training, and future research -- Implications for training and supervision -- Conclusion and implications for future clinical work and research.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

I. African American Families: The Cultural and Racial Context
1. Overview
2. Racism, Racial Identity, and Skin Color Issues
3. Extended Family Patterns, Kinship Care, and Informal Adoption
4. Role Flexibility and Boundary Confusion
5. African American Men and Women: Socialization and Relationships
6. Separation, Divorce, Remarriage, and Stepparenting
7. Religion and Spirituality in African American Families
8. Additional Important Topics in African American Communities
II. Major Treatment Theories, Issues, and Interventions
9. The Therapist's Use of Self and Value Conflicts
10. Major Family Therapy Approaches and Their Relevance to Treating African Americans
11. The Multisystems Model
12. Public Policy Issues: A Guide for Clinicians
III. Socioeconomic Class Issues and Diversity of Family Structures
13. Poor Families and the Multisystems Model
14. Single-Parent African American Families
15. Middle-Class African American Families
IV. Implications for Supervision, Training, and Future Research
16. Implications for Training and Supervision
17. Conclusion and Implications for Future Clinical Work and Research


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