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Youth, a transcultural psychiatric approach

Transcultural Conference on Psychiatry Boston 1969.

Youth, a transcultural psychiatric approach

proceedings.

by Transcultural Conference on Psychiatry Boston 1969.

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Published by Grune & Stratton in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Youth -- Congresses,
  • Adolescent psychiatry -- Congresses,
  • Psychiatry, Transcultural -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdited by Jules H. Masserman.
    ContributionsMasserman, Jules Hymen, 1905- ed., American Psychiatric Association., Forest Hospital Foundation., Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ793 .T7 1969
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 189 p.
    Number of Pages189
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5068329M
    LC Control Number74076439

    Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, 28(1), Campinha-Bacote, J. (). Community Mental Health Services for the Underserved: A Culturally Specific Model. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 5(4), Campinha-Bacote, J., and Ferguson, S. (). Cultural Considerations in Child Rearing Practices: A Transcultural Perspective.   Despite influences of human and social sciences, transcultural psychiatry is rooted in medicine, especially in the biopsychosocial model. Contemporary developments such as globalization, massive migrations and the uprooting of populations (Kirmayer and Minas, ) put into focus questions of mental health of minorities.

    Religion and mental health: the need for cultural sensitivity and synthesis. Treatment Approaches. Culture's role in clinical psychiatric assessment. Somatization and psychologization: understanding cultural idioms of distress. The therapeutic alliance across cultures. Commonsense reasoning in the transcultural psychotherapy process. Transcultural psychiatry is generally thought to be an appropriate concern only in distant or unusual environments. But because many immigrant groups in the U.S. maintain their original customs and traditions, a transcultural approach may be necessary in many clinical situations, as illustrated by the case histories of three immigrant patients on a university hospital's psychiatric .

      Transcultural Child Development helps mental health professionals understand the biological, psychological, social, and cultural factors that influence the development of children from other cultures. It is must reading for child psychologists and psychiatrists, school psychologists, and other professionals involved with the evaluation and Reviews: 3. The first book to bring together the innovations gained from positive psychology, positive psychotherapy, and positive psychiatry by 49 experts from 5 continents. Takes a reader-friendly approach for accessibility. Written by global experts in positive mental health.


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Kind and wise Jules H. Masserman has ably edited a timely and important book recording the contributions of (25) international authorities participating in the Fifth International Conference on Transcultural Problems of Youth ().

The conference was sponsored by the American Psychiatric Cited by: 1. This article will first describe the organization of health and social services for youth in Nunavik, then set out the transcultural, interdisciplinary and community-oriented approaches taken by current services available for youth, and finally it will address the current challenges in providing an approach integrating these aspects and offer Cited by: 6.

Transcultural Psychiatry is a fully peer-reviewed international journal that publishes original research and review articles on cultural psychiatry and mental al psychiatry is concerned with the social and cultural determinants of psychopathology and psychosocial treatments of the range of mental and behavioural problems in individuals, families and.

The transcultural critique in UK has been largely around the Eurocentric nature of the medical model being used in psychiatric practice and (western) Author: Jatinder Bains. Cultural psychiatry is primarily concerned with the transcultural aspects of mental health related to human behavior, psychopathology and treatment.

At a clinical level, cultural psychiatry aims to promote culturally relevant mental health care for patients of diverse ethnic or cultural backgrounds. From the standpoint of research, cultural psychiatry is interested in. Thirdly, Youth way in which racism may initiate or sustain psychiatric disorder had become a topic essential to a present-day understanding of transcultural psychiatry.

Originally published inthis book provides a review of many such aspects of transcultural psychiatry. Cross-cultural psychiatry (also known as Ethnopsychiatry or transcultural psychiatry or cultural psychiatry) is a branch of psychiatry concerned with the cultural context of mental disorders and the challenges of addressing ethnic diversity in psychiatric services.

It emerged as a coherent field from several strands of work, including surveys of the prevalence and form of disorders in. Part IV, Youth Violence details how violence affects the child's developing brain (setting the stage for conduct disorders, dissociative disorders, and posttraumatic stress disorder), assesses the risks of carrying weapons, and summarizes youth risk factors, common evaluation pitfalls, and prevention and intervention programs.

An article published in Transcultural Psychiatry introduces readers to Mahi a Atua, a Māori approach to addressing emotional distress and mental health difficulties. Mahi a Atua uses traditional Māori customs to facilitate clients’ healing in the context of the family (whānau) and community (iwi).The practice was developed by Māori psychiatrist Diana Maree Kopua and.

The design and the evaluation of novel and standard forms of intervention and prevention is an important area for clinical research in transcultural child psychiatry, as the literature on empirically tested interventions of standard and novel child psychiatric treatments with refugee youth is sparse (Lustig et al., ).

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Margetts --The epidemiological approach to transcultural psychiatric research / H.B.M. Murphy --Transcultural diagnosis of mental health by means of psychological tests. Study of cultural differences in psychopathology has progressed under a number of names within psychiatry (e.g., transcultural psychiatry, cultural psychiatry, ethnopsychiatry, cross-cultural psychiatry) It is almost years ago that the founder of modern psychiatry, Emil Kraepelin, envisaged a new discipline of comparative psychiatry.

This book should be a welcome addition to anyone's library as a basic textbook on culture, mental health, and mental disorders and as a reference text for cultural psychiatry." —PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES "The Handbook of Cultural Psychiatry represents a landmark achievement.

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Foster - Barbara G. The bottom line is that there is a lot to learn from this bookPsychiatric Services From the Inside Flap. As the international community shrinks into a global village, cultures mix, meld, and blur, presenting psychiatric professionals with new challenges: a growing number of patients of different nationalities, ethnicities, and backgrounds.

Mental health stigma has been found to be a significant factor in African-American treatment engagement. tothe percentage of youth aged 4 to 17 years with a diagnosis of ADHD increased significantly from % to % overall and from % to % in non-Hispanic Effective treatment plans require a comprehensive approach in.

Defining institutional racism in terms of self-perpetuating barriers to blacks' participation as equals in all areas of psychiatry, the authors review the influence of white racism on the image of the black patient, neglected problem areas, treatment accessibility, community mental health, research, and the professional functioning of psychiatrists.Prepare yourself for the culturally rich and ethically diverse world in which you will practice.

Noted researchers, educators, and clinicians from a wealth of backgrounds use the Purnell twelve-step model to examine 33 population groups from a health care perspective.Transcultural Psychiatry provides a forum of communication for psychiatrists and other mental health practitioners as well as social scientists around the world concerned with the relationship between culture and mental health.

The journal is committed to the most comprehensive coverage of the social and cultural determinants of mental.