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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.