3 edition of Working with immigrant families found in the catalog.
Working with immigrant families
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Adam Zagelbaum and Jon Carlson|
|Series||The family therapy and counseling series|
|LC Classifications||BF636.7.C76 W67 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010018617|
Immigrant families are reluctant to enroll in publicly funded programs—even for their citizen children—for fear of immigration-related consequences. And yet, it’s vitally important that children get the health care and nutrition supports they need to grow and thrive. Tips for Agencies Working With Immigrant Families Why focus on immigrant families? Children born to immigrant parents are a large and rapidly growing segment of the Nation’s population of children. Most of these children (93 percent) are American citizens. Children of immigrants are more likely than children of U.S.-born citizens to face economic.
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Enter Working With Immigrant Families, which provides guidance on issues of clinical, ethical, and therapeutic practice.
This book is a timely and extremely relevant guide for practitioners who interface with these psychologically vulnerable populations."5/5(1). Book Description. This book aims to create a foundation that respects theory, culture, and the mental health professions and to initiate the practical and needed discussions about.
"An excellent book. Working With Immigrant Families helps counselors escape 'cultural encapsulation' by seeing the advantage of learning from those who are different from one's self."- Paul B. Pedersen, coeditor of Counseling Across Cultures, Sixth Edition., and Syracuse University, USA "Working With Immigrant Families attacks a central issue of our time.
Working With European Immigrant Families 6. Working With African Immigrant Families 7. Working With Asian Immigrant Families, Part I: Southeast Asia, and Pacific Islands 8. Working With Asian Immigrant Families, Part II: South Asia 9.
Working With Middle Eastern Immigrant Families Working With Australian Families: Invisible Immigrants Like all families, immigrant families are diverse, complex, and have strengths and challenges. The process of Working with immigrant families book itself is often traumatic and not uniform.
Many families are transnational, that is, they maintain connections across borders, as some family members may migrate first and bring children later. One remarkable book, Refugee and Immigrant Family Voices, addressed the contexts that influence families based on interviews and first-person accounts.
However, we were surprised to discover that there was no text that outlined current theoretical frameworks or synthesized research specific to immigrant and refugee families.
DOI link for Working With Immigrant Families. Working With Immigrant Families book. A Practical Guide for Counselors. Edited By Adam Zagelbaum, Jon Carlson. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 19 January Pub.
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This book aims to create a foundation that respects theory, culture, and the mental health professions and to initiate t Brand: Taylor And Francis. This timely book is an extraordinarily useful compendium of crucial knowledge and multiple competencies for working with immigrant and refugee populations.
By focusing incisively and compassionately on the internal reorganization and the external adaptation of families, this book expands the individual lens by offering a crucial multilevel.
Working with Immigrants and Refugees. Children and youth born to immigrant parents are an increasingly large population within the U.S. Working with immigrant and refugee families in our programs requires specialized approaches and interventions. Children and youth of immigrant families face economic hardships and additional barriers to.
DOI link for Working With Immigrant Families. Working With Immigrant Families book. A Practical Guide for Counselors. Edited By Adam Zagelbaum, Jon Carlson. Edition 1st Edition.
First Published eBook Published 19 January Pub. location New York. Imprint Routledge. Immigrant children make up about 20 percent of the population of U.S. children, and bythe U.S. Census Bureau expects this percentage to rise 10 percent.
With the rising numbers of children in immigrant families, communities can help families by being aware of the struggles they face on daily, including raising their children in a new and. This book aims to create a foundation that respects theory, culture, and the mental health professions and to initiate the practical and needed discussions about how to work with immigrant families.
Immigrant and Refugee Families: Global Perspectives on Displacement and Resettlement Experiences offers an interdisciplinary perspective on immigrant and refugee families' challenges and resilience across multiple domains, including economic, political, health, and human rights.
This new edition has been revised and updated from the original edition/5(11). Get this from a library. Working with immigrant families: a practical guide for counselors.
[Adam Zagelbaum; Jon Carlson;] -- Working With Immigrant Families provides practitioners with insights into why immigrant families come to the United States, the processes that unfold while they do, and the steps that can be taken to.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Orientation to working with immigrant families / Adam Zagelbaum and Jon Carlson --Theories of acculturation and cultural identity / Irene Lopez [and others] --Theories of family therapy / Julie Shulman and Garima Lamba --Working with Hispanic/Latino(a) immigrant families.
Strategies for Engaging Immigrant and Refugee Families. Acknowledgements. The National Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention at Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC), in partnership with American Institutes for Research (AIR), provides technical assistance and training to Safe Schools/Healthy Students (SS/HS File Size: 1MB.
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By: Jon This book aims to create a foundation that respects theory, culture, and the mental health professions and to initiate the practical and needed discussions about how to work with immigrant familiesPages: Immigrant and refugee rights have long been an issue of critical importance for social workers in the United States.
Those considered pioneers of the field, such as Jane Addams and Edith and Grace Abbott, developed their expertise while working in settlement houses that served as centers of residence and social services for migrants who had.
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