Table of contents for Re-visioning family therapy : race, culture, and gender in clinical practice / [edited by] Monica McGoldrick, Kenneth V. Hardy.

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Part 1: Re-visioning Family Therapy: Theoretical Perspectives						
1.	Introduction: Re-Visioning Family Therapy from a Multicultural Perspective	Monica McGoldrick & Kenneth Hardy-		 
2.	Transnational Journeys		 							Celia Falicov 						
3.	Migration and the Disruption of the Social Network					Carlos Sluzki 						
4.	Social Class: Implications for Family Therapy						Tracy Laszloffy									
5.	Spirituality, Healing and Resilience	
		Froma Walsh 
6.	Race, Reality and Relationships: Implications for Family Therapists				Kenneth V. Hardy								
7.	Understanding Families in the Context of Cultural Adaptations to Oppression			Vanessa Mahmoud 							
Part 2: Cultural Legacies and Stories: Therapists' Experiences										
8.	Finding A Place Called Home				
		Monica McGoldrick
9.	Black Genealogy Revisited: Restorying An African-American Family 			Elaine Pinderhughes 				
10.	The Discovery of my Multicultural Identity							Fernando Lopez-Colon	
11.	Our Iranian-African American Interracial Family							Jayne Mahboubi	& Nasim Mahboubi						
12.	Voluntary Childlessness and Motherhood: Afterthoughts	
		Marlene Watson					
13.	Grieving in Network and Community: Bearing Witness to the Loss of our Son		Jodie Kliman and David Trimble							
14.	Going Home: One Orphan¿s Journey from Chicago to Poland and Back				John Folwarski							
15.	Legacies of White Privilege									Lisa Berndt							
16.	Transforming a Racist Legacy									John Lawless-		
17.	The Semitism Schism: Jewish-Palestinian Legacies	in a Family Therapy Training Context		Linda Stone Fish 
18.	My Evolving Identity from Arab to Palestinian to Muslim						Nuha Abudabbeh 
19.	Biracial Legitimacy: Embracing Marginality							MaryAnna Domokos Chang Ham
Part 3 Racial Identity and Racism: Implications for Therapy										
20.	The Dynamics of a Pro-Racist Ideology: Implications for Family Therapists		Kenneth Hardy and Tracey Laszloffy -					
21.	White Privilege and Male Privilege: A Personal Account of Coming to See Correspondences Through Work in Women¿s Studies					Peggy McIntosh	
22.	Dismantling White Male Privilege Within Family Therapy 				Ken Dolan Del Vecchio	 
23.	Latinas in the United States: Bridging Two Worlds 						Nydia Garcia Preto 						
24.	Therapy with Mixed-Race Families					
		Tracey Laszloffy 
Part 4: Implications of Revisioning Family Therapy for Clinical Practice					
25.	Working with LGBT Families								Eli Nealy		
26.	Gay and Lesbian Couples: Successful Coping with Minority Stress				Robert Jay Green 
27.	Working with Immigrant and Refugee Families 						Marsha Mirkin & Hugo Kamya 
28.	A Fifth Province Approach to Intra-Cultural Issues in an Irish Context: Marginal Illuminations										Imelda Colgan McCarthy & Nollaig O¿Reilly Byrne					
29.	Working with African Americans and Trauma: Lessons for Clinicians From Hurricane Katrina									Nancy Boyd Franklin 							
30.	Once They Come: Testimony Therapy and Healing Questions for African American Couples								Makungu Akinyela 				
31.	Climbing Up The Rough Side of the Mountain: Hope, Culture, and Therapy-		Paulette Moore Hines 							
32.	Interracial Asian Couples: Beyond Black and White			
		Tazuko Shibusawa	
33.	Working with Families Who Are Homeless				
		Peter Fraenkel & Chloe J Carmichael 
34.	Coyote Returns: A Reconciliation between History and Hope					Robin La Due									
Part 5: Revisioning Family Therapy: Implications for Training			
35.	Teaching White Students About Racism and Its Implications in Practice	
	 	Norma Akamatsu								
36.	Teaching About Diversity, Social Location and Social Justice	
		Matthew Mock					
37.	Revisioning Family Therapy Training								Kenneth V. Hardy & Monica McGoldrick
38.	For Minority Therapists Only: Tips for Becoming a GEMM					Kenneth V. Hardy

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Family psychotherapy -- United States.
Minorities -- Mental health -- United States.
Sexual minorities -- Mental health -- United States.
Cultural psychiatry -- United States.
Family Therapy.
Cultural Diversity.
Minority Groups -- psychology.