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Although Japanese tourists in Hawaii are infrequently treated for acute psychiatric emergencies, we observed several cases among Japanese honeymooners. To investigate this phenomenon, we retrospectively and prospectively collected such cases of honeymooners. Sixteen cases of acute psychiatric...
A case study is presented of two Spanish-speaking immigrant children who were run over in an automobile accident and hospitalized, to describe a culturally congruent play-therapy technique. Drawing on the work of Pynoos and Nader, the author argues for an anthropological approach in play therapy...
Thirty-eight directors and 334 advanced graduate students from clinical psychology programs completed a survey on ethnic minority training offered in clinical doctoral programs. Comparisons were made between directors' and students' ratings on the following variables: students' level of interest...
To establish the extent of cross-cultural content contained in the 224 psychiatric residency training programs, the Directors of Residency Training were surveyed by mail. Thirty-seven percent (N = 83) of Directors responded; 92% (N = 76) had cross-cultural content, 99% (N = 82) had opportunities...
A single case study is presented of the successful integration of culturally sensitive supportive and cognitive behavioral therapy to meet the needs of a bicultural man (Mexican/Palestinian) with dysthymia. The patient, a 3rd-year law student, was chronically making self-deprecating negative...
The relationship of acculturative status, acculturative stress, and interpersonal violence was examined in a study consisting of 73 incarcerated Alaska Native and non-Native men. The instruments used were the Acculturation Scale, Padilla SAFE Acculturative Stress Measure, Conflict Tactics Scale,...
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