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Preface xi About the Editors xv List of Contributors xvii 1. Approaches to Culture, Healing, and Psychotherapy 1 Juris G. Draguns, Uwe P. Gielen, and Jefferson M. Fish I. CULTURE, THERAPY, AND HEALING: BASIC ISSUES 13 2. Culture and the Origins of Psychopathology 15 Horacio Fabrega, Jr. 3. The Role of Culture in Definitions, Interpretations, and Management of Illness 37 Linda K. Sussman 4. Cross-cultural Commonalties in Therapy and Healing: Theoretical Issues and Psychological and Sociocultural Principles 67 Jefferson M. Fish 5. A Biopsychosocial Perspective on Cross-cultural Healing 83 Michele Hirsch II. THERAPEUTIC SERVICES AND MULTICULTURALISM IN NORTH AMERICA 101 6. The Role of Culture in the Treatment of Culturally Diverse Populations 103 Joseph F. Aponte 7. Culturally Oriented Psychotherapy with Refugees 121 Fred Bemak and Rita Chi-Ying Chung III. TRADITIONAL HEALING IN THE AMERICAS 133 8. The Role of Dance in a Navajo Healing Ceremonial 135 Sandra T. Francis 9. The Therapeutic Aspects of Salish Spirit Dance Ceremonials 151 Wolfgang G. Jilek 10. Traditional Healers in Mexico: The Effectiveness of Spiritual Practices 161 Kaja Finkler 11. Women as Healers: A "Gendered" Exploration in Puerto Rico and Elsewhere 175 Joan D. Koss-Chioino IV. ASIAN APPROACHES TO THERAPY AND HEALING 189 12. Indigenous Chinese Healing: Theories and Methods 191 Ting Lei, Cecilia Askeroth, and Ching-Tse Lee 13. Indigenous Chinese Healing: A Criteria-based Meta-analysis of Outcomes Research 213 Ting Lei, Cecilia Askeroth, Ching-Tse Lee, Dimitry Burshteyn, and Andrea Einhorn 14. Psychoanalysis and Buddhism 253 Jeffrey B. Rubin 15. Japanese Forms of Psychotherapy: Naikan Therapy and Morita Therapy 277 Junko Tanaka-Matsumi 16. Indian Conceptions of Mental Health, Healing, and the Individual 293 Rashmi Jaipal V. PSYCHOTHERAPY AND HEALING IN AFRICA AND THE ARAB WORLD 309 17. Western Psychotherapy and the Yoruba: Problems of Insight and Nondirective Technique 311 Raymond Prince 18. Healing the Wounds Following Protracted Conflict in Angola: A Community-based Approach to Assisting War-affected Children 321 Michael G. Wessells and Carlinda Monteiro 19. Native Healing in Arab-Islamic Societies 343 Ihsan Al-Issa and Abdulla Al-Subaie VI. OUTLOOK 367 20. From Speculation Through Description Toward Investigation: A Prospective Glimpse at Cultural Research in Psychotherapy 369 Juris G. Draguns Appendix Culture, Therapy, and Healing: A Selective Bibliography 389 Uwe P. Gielen, Juris G. Draguns, and Jefferson M. Fish Author Index 401 Subject Index 415Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Cultural psychiatry Handbooks, manuals, etc, Psychiatry, Transcultural Handbooks, manuals, etc, Psychotherapy Cross-cultural studies Handbooks, manuals, etc, Healing Cross-cultural studies Handbooks, manuals, etc