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Understanding Cultural Identity in Intervention and Assessment
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Understanding Cultural Identity in Intervention and Assessment

  • Richard H. Dana - Regional Research Institute for Human Services, Portland State University


February 1998 | 256 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
How can quality mental health care be provided for multicultural populations? This volume explores this question by focusing on mental health services in the United States for a variety of populations, including African Americans, Native Americans and Chinese Americans.
 
Mental Health Services and Multicultural Populations
 
Why Is It So Difficult To Provide Quality Mental Health Care for Multicultural Populations?
 
Quality Care for Multicultural Populations
 
Identities of Clients and Providers
 
African Americans
 
American Indians/Alaska Natives
 
Asians and Asian Americans
 
Hispanic Americans/Latinos
 
Epilogue

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