Children of Color
Children and adolescents of color are now the fastest growing segment of the youth population in America. The mental health issues of these children are closely related to their ethnic backgrounds, cultural traditions, and recent sociopolitical history.
With new and expanded demographic information, Children of Color is the definitive guide to the unique problems and special needs of minority youth experiencing psychological and behavioral problems. This classic book presents much-needed information on culturally sensitive and culturally competent assessment and treatment approaches for young African Americans, Asian Americans, Latinos, Native America, and biracial youth. Using a standard framework for each chapter that incorporates epidemiological, historical, sociocultural, and psychological information, the authors -each an expert in working with culturally diverse youth- present interventions for helping minority youth and their families resolve psychological difficulties while promoting health ethnic and bicultural identities.
Status: 1 in stock (can be backordered)
DC#: 618.92 G
1 in stock (can be backordered)