American asian psychological report
To effectively serve minority clients, clinicians require a double understanding: of both evidence-based practice and the cultures involved. This particularly holds true when working with Asian-Americans, a diverse and growing population. The Guide to Psychological Assessment with Asians synthesizes real-world challenges, empirical findings, clinical knowledge and common-sense advice to create a comprehensive framework for practice. This informed resource is geared toward evaluation of first-generation Asian Americans and recent immigrants across assessment methods self-report measures, projective tests , settings school, forensic and classes of disorders eating, substance, sexual.
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Guide to Psychological Assessment with Asians | Lorraine T. Benuto | Springer
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The deadline is coming up — July 16! We hope you will consider applying or encourage others to apply. Advance the mental health and well-being of Asian American communities through research, professional practice, education, and policy. Explore advances in research and science of Asian American psychology and mental health with new theories and frameworks for understanding the Asian American experience and cutting-edge research using qualitative and quantitative methodologies.
In the days following the Atlanta spa shootings that left eight people dead, including six Asian women, clinical psychologist Aileen Lee broached the subject of the killings with her Asian American clients. It was hard to talk about. Her clients were frightened for their safety and the safety of their families.
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