Table of contents for Contemporary mental health issues among African Americans / edited by Debra A. Harley, John Milton Dillard.

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FOREWORD
PREFACE
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
SECTION ONE:	CURRENT ISSUES
CHAPTER ONE:	The Scope of Mental Health and African Americans
			John Milton. Dillard
CHAPTER TWO:	The African American Family
			Lynda Brown Wright and Anita Fernander
CHAPTER THREE:	African American Women and Mental Health
			Patricia Bethea-Whitfield 
CHAPTER FOUR:	Understanding Mental Illness among African American Males: 
			Risk Factors and Treatment Parameters
			Travis A. Gayles, Reginald J. Alston, and David Staten
CHAPTER FIVE:	Marital Status: Female-Male Relationships of African Americans
			Deneese Jones
SECTION TWO:	SPECIAL ISSUES
CHAPTER SIX:	Mental Health Challenges of the African American Elderly:
			Issues, Intervention and Cultural Considerations
			Renee A. Middleton, E. Keith Byrd, Carl R. Flowers, and Theda W.
			Zawaiza 
CHAPTER SEVEN:	African American Lesbians, Gay, and Bisexual Persons
			Todd A. Savage and Debra A. Harley
CHAPTER EIGHT:	Let the Choir say "Amen": The Impact of Intra-Group 
Perceptions on African Americans with HIV/AIDS
			Marva Nelson
CHAPTER NINE:	African Americans and Substance Abuse
			Debra A. Harley
CHAPTER TEN:	Biracial and Multiracial Identity: Influence on Self-identity as 
African American 
			Madonna G. Constantine, Marie L. Miville, and Mai M. Kindaichi
SECTION THREE:	COMMUNITY
CHAPTER ELEVEN:	 Cultural Characteristics of the African American Community
			Keith B. Wilson 
CHAPTER TWELVE: Perceptions of African Americans Regarding Mental 
			Health Counseling
			Charlotte G. Dixon and Kim Vaz
CHAPTER THIRTEEN: The Impact of Violence, Crime, and Gangs in the African
			American Community 
			Rosalind Harris
CHAPTER FOURTEEN: The Black Church: A Strength-Based Approach 
			Debra A. Harley
CHAPTER FIFTEEN: Collaborators: Mental Health and Public Health in 
			the African American Community
			Erma Jean Lawson and Ye Jung Kim
SECTION FOUR: APPLICATION
CHAPTER SIXTEEN: Community Mental Health and African Americans
			Ellen Fabian and Yolanda Edwards
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN: Selective Intervention in Counseling African Americans
			With Disabilities
			Elias Mpofu
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN: Mental Health Assessment with African American Children
and Adolescents
			Jo Anne Rainey and Theresa Nowak
CHAPTER NINETEEN: African Americans' Spirituality and Religion in Counseling and 
Psychotherapy
			John Milton. Dillard and Betty Brown-Smith
CHAPTER TWENTY: African Americans and Indigenous Counseling
			Debra A. Harley
CHAPTER TWENTY ONE: Ethical Implications in Mental Health Counseling with 
			African Americans
			Carolyn W. Rollins
PART FIVE:	SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
	
CHAPTER TWENTY TWO: Conclusions and Implications for Future Practice and 
Research
			John Milton Dillard

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African Americans -- Mental health.
African Americans -- Social conditions -- 1975-.
African American families.
Cultural psychiatry -- United States.
Mental health services -- United States.
United States -- Race relations -- Psychological aspects.