Table of contents for Culture and mental health : sociocultural influences, theory, and practice / edited by Sussie Eshun and Regan A.R. Gurung.

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Part I General Issues in Culture and Mental Health               1
1 Introduction to Culture and Psychopathology                    3
Sussie Eshun and Regan A. R. Gurung
2 Culture and Mental Health Assessment                          19
Bonnie A. Green
3 Stress and Mental Health                                      35
Regan A. R. Gurung and Angela Roethel- Wendorf
4 Managing Job Stress: Cross-Cultural Variations in Adjustment  55
Joseph R Eshun, Jr. and Kevin J. Kelley
5 Chronic Pain: Cultural Sensitivity to Pain                    71
Jyh-Hann Chang
6 Placing the Soul Back into Psychology: Religion in the
Psychotherapy Process                                        91
Paul E. Priester, Shiva Khalili, and Jose E. Luvathingal
7  Psychotherapy in a Culturally Diverse World                 115
Laura R. Johnson, Gilberte Bastien, and MichaelJ. Hirschel
8  International Perspectives on Culture and Mental Health     149
P S. D. V Prasadarao
Part II Cross-Cultural Issues in Specific
Psychological Disorders                                     179
9  Culture and Mood Disorders                                   181
Sussie Eshun and Toy Caldwell-Colbert
10  Culture and Anxiety Disorders                               197
Simon A. Rego
11 Cultural Factors in Traumatic Stress                         221
Peter D. Yeomans and Evan M. Forman
12  Culture and Psychotic Disorders                             245
Kristin M. Vespia
13 Culture and Eating Disorders                                 273
Megan A. Markey Hood, Jillon S. Vander Wal,
and Judith L. Gibbons
14  Culture and Suicide                                         297
David Lester

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Cultural psychiatry, Mental Disorders ethnology, Mental Disorders psychology, Cross-Cultural Comparison, Mental Health, Psychotherapy methods