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Treating depression, anxiety, and stress in ethnic and racial groups : cognitive behavioral approaches

Title
Treating depression, anxiety, and stress in ethnic and racial groups : cognitive behavioral approaches / edited by Edward C. Chang, Christina A. Downey, Jameson K. Hirsch, and Elizabeth A. Yu.
Format
Book
Published
Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, [2018]
Description
xxiv, 374 pages ; 26 cm.
Other contributors
Chang, Edward C. (Edward Chin-Ho), editor.
Downey, Christina A., editor.
Hirsch, Jameson K., editor.
Yu, Elizabeth A., editor.
American Psychological Association, issuing body.
Uniform series
Cultural, racial, and ethnic psychology book series.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Series foreword / Frederick T. L. Leong
  • Foreword / Gayle Y. Iwamasa
  • Preface
  • Introduction: Cognitive behavioral models, measures, and treatment in ethnoracial groups / Edward C. Chang, Christina A. Downey, Jameson K. Hirsch, and Elizabeth A. Yu
  • Cognitive behavioral models, measures, and treatments for depressive disorders in Asian Americans / Wei-Chin Hwang, Leslie C. Ho, Courtney P. Chan, & Kristyne K. Hong
  • Cognitive behavioral models, measures, and treatments for depressive disorders in Latin Americans / Victoria K. Ngo and Jeanne Miranda
  • Cognitive behavioral models, measures and treatments for depressive disorders in African Americans / Enrique W. Neblett Jr., Effua E. Sosoo, Henry A. Willis, Donte L. Bernard, and Jiwoon Bae
  • Cognitive behavioral models, measures, and treatments for depressive disorders in American Indians / J. Douglas McDonald, Royleen Ross, Tess Kilwien, Emily Sargent
  • Cognitive behavioral models, measures, and treatments for anxiety disorders in Asian Americans / Janie J. Hong
  • Cognitive behavioral models, measures, and treatments for anxiety disorders in Latinos : a systematic review / Guillermo Bernal, Cristina Adames, Kelvin Mariani, Jeralys Morales
  • Cognitive behavioral models, measures, and treatments for anxiety disorders in African Americans / Michele M. Carter, Tracy Sbrocco
  • Cognitive behavioral models, measures, and treatments for anxiety disorders in American Indians and Alaska Natives / John McCullagh & Jacqueline S. Gray
  • Cognitive behavioral models, measures, and treatments for stress disorders in Asian Americans / Joyce Chu, Holly Batchelder, and Gabrielle Poon
  • Cognitive behavioral models, measures, and treatments for stress disorders in Latinos / Esteban V. Cardemil, Lisa M. Edwards, Tamara Nelson, & Karina T. Loyo
  • Cognitive behavioral models, measures, and treatments for stress disorders in African Americans / Tawanda M. Greer, Elizabeth Brondolo, Elom Amuzu, and Amandeep Kaur
  • Cognitive behavioral models, measures, and treatments for stress disorders in American Indians and Alaska Natives / Beth Boyd and Ryan Hunsaker
  • Developing an inclusive path for applying cognitive behavioral models, measures, and treatments to everyone / Christina A. Downey, Edward C. Chang, Jameson K. Hirsch, Elizabeth A. Yu.
Summary
"Cognitive behavioral models, measures, and treatments (CBMMTs) have been widely used to conceptualize, assess for, and treat commonly experienced psychological problems, including depression, anxiety, and stress. Despite the well-established use of CBMMTs for treating psychological problems, there is a dearth of CBMMTs targeted for use with diverse ethnoracial groups. The book is divided into three main sections, each focusing on a robust concern for mental health treatment--namely, working with individuals experiencing clinically significant symptoms of depression, anxiety, or stress. Part I focuses on CBMMTs of depressive disorders. It examines CBMMTs for depressive disorders among Asian Americans, Latin Americans, African Americans, and American Indians and Alaskan Natives. Part II presents a review of CBMMTs of anxiety disorders. It examines CBMMTs for anxiety disorders among Asian Americans, Latin Americans, African Americans, and American Indians and Alaskan Natives. Part III focuses on CBMMTs for stress. It examines CBMMTs for stress among Asian Americans, Latin Americans, African Americans, and American Indians and Alaskan Natives. The book concludes with an overview of common themes and concepts addressed in previous chapters. Specifically, in the interaction of culture with context, factors that are important to consider in relation to CBMMTs for racial and ethnic groups may be factors such as acculturation, language, cultural history, historical trauma, and stigma of mental illness. The book can play an instrumental role in helping all mental health professionals, regardless of their ethnoracial status and background, to find value and guidance when working with diverse adults."--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2018 APA, all rights reserved).
Subject headings
Depression, Mental--Treatment.
Anxiety disorders--Treatment.
Cognition disorders--Treatment.
Minorities--Mental health--United States.
Depression, Mental.
Medical subjects
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy--methods.
Depressive Disorder--therapy.
Anxiety Disorders--ethnology.
Anxiety Disorders--therapy.
Cultural Competency.
Depressive Disorder--ethnology.
Stress, Psychological--ethnology.
ISBN
9781433829215
1433829215
9781433829352 (e-book)
1433829355

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RC537.T7343 2018
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