Table of contents for Mental health care for new Hispanic immigrants : innovative approaches in contemporary clinical practice / Manny J. Gonzâalez, Gladys Gonzâalez-Ramos, editors.

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Foreword i 
Culturally Competent Mental Health Care 
with New Hispanic Immigrants i 
Ian A. Canino 
Chapter 1. Health Disparities in the Hispanic population: 
An Overview 1 
Gladys Gonz lez-Ramos 
Manny J. Gonz lez 
Chapter 2. Mental Health in the Hispanic 
Immigrant Community: An Overview 21 
Peter J. Guarnaccia 
Igda Martinez 
Henry Acosta 
Chapter 3. Mental Health Care of Hispanic Immigrant Children: 
A School-Based Approach 47 
Gladys Gonz lez-Ramos 
Manny J. Gonz lez 
Mental Health Care 
for New Hispanic Immigrants: 
Innovative Approaches 
in Contemporary 
Clinical Practice
Chapter 4. Concepts of Mental Health 
and Mental Illness in Older Hispanics 59 
Cathy S. Berkman 
Peter J. Guarnaccia 
Naelys Diaz 
Lee W. Badger 
Gary J. Kennedy 
Chapter 5. Serious Mental Illness Among Mexican 
Immigrant Families: Implications for Culturally 
Relevant Practice 87 
Concepcion Barrio 
Ann Marie Yamada 
Chapter 6. Psychosocial stressors, 
psychiatric diagnoses and utilization 
of mental health services among 
undocumented immigrant Latinos 107 
M. Carmela Pérez 
Lisa Fortuna 
Chapter 7. Dominicans 125 
Annecy Baez 
Chapter 8. The Mariel and Balsero 
Cuban Immigrant Experience: 
Family Reunification Issues 
and Treatment Recommendations 141 
Manny J. Gonz lez 
José J. Lopez 
Eunjeong Ko 
Chapter 9. Counseling South American Immigrants 155 
Jairo N. Fuertes 
Vincent C. Alfonso 
Janet T. Schultz
Chapter 10. Central American Survivors 
of Political Violence: An Examination of Contextual Factors 
and Practice Issues 169 
David W. Engstrom 
Lissette M. Piedra 
Chapter 11. The Future of Culturally Competent Mental 
Health Care for Latino Immigrants 189 
William Vega 
Resource List of Selected 
National Hispanic Organizations 197

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Latin Americans -- Mental health -- United States.
Latin Americans -- Mental health services -- United States.
Immigrants -- Mental health -- United States.
Immigrants -- Mental health services -- United States.
Hispanic Americans -- Mental health.
Hispanic Americans -- Mental health services.
Psychiatry, Transcultural -- United States.