By Karen S. Kurasaki, Sumie Okazaki (auth.), Karen S. Kurasaki, Sumie Okazaki, Stanley Sue (eds.)
Asian American psychological Health is a state of the art compendium of the conceptual concerns, empirical literature, methodological techniques, and perform guidance for undertaking culturally knowledgeable checks of Asian americans, and for assessing supplier cultural competency inside contributors and platforms. it's the first of its style on Asian americans. This quantity attracts upon the services of a few of the top specialists in Asian American and multicultural psychological well-being to supply a miles wanted source for college students and execs in quite a lot of disciplines together with medical psychology, clinical anthropology, psychiatry, cross-cultural psychology, multicultural counseling, ethnic minority psychology, sociology, social paintings, counselor schooling, counseling psychology, and more.
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Asian American Mental Health: Assessment Theories and Methods by Karen S. Kurasaki, Sumie Okazaki (auth.), Karen S. Kurasaki, Sumie Okazaki, Stanley Sue (eds.)