Table of contents for Counseling American minorities / [edited by] Donald R. Atkinson].


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 Part I: Ethnic Minorities and Their Mental Health Needs
 1.	Defining Populations and Terms 
 2. Within-Group Differences Among Ethnic Minorities 
 3. Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Ethnic Minorities 
 Part II: The African American Client 
 4.	Contextualizing Black Americans’ Health, by Helen A. Neville & Jessica Walters  
 5.	The Physical and Mental Health Needs of African Americans, by Lori R. Wicker and Robert E. Brodie II 
 6.	African Americans: Treatment Issues and Recommendations, by Chalmer E. Thompson and Khym Isaac 
 Part III: The American Indian Client 
 7.	Profile of Native Americans, by Michael Tlanusta Garrett 
 8.	The Physical and Mental Health Needs of Native American Indians and Alaska Natives, by Roger D. Herring  
 9.	Treatment Issues for Native Americans: An Overview of Individual, Family, and Group Strategies, by Cindy L. Juntunen & Paula M. Morin  
 Part IV: The Asian American Client 
 10.	Asian Americans:  A Practical History and Overview, by Audrey Kim 
 11.	Physical and Mental Health of Asian Americans, by David Sue 
 12.	Treatment Issues with Asian American Clients, by Bryan S. K. Kim 
 Part V. The Hispanic American Client 
 13.	¡Somos!: Latinas and Latinos in the U.S., by Alerta M. Gloria & Theresa A. Segura-Herrera 
 14.	Physical and Mental Health Concerns of Hispanics, by Jose; Abreu & Hiroshi M. Sasaki 
 15.	Treatment Issues with Hispanic Clients, by Jose; M. Abreu, Andre;s J. Consoli, & Scott Cypers 
 Part VI: Implications for Minority Group/ Cross-Cultural Counseling 
 16.	Current Issues and Future Directions in Counseling Ethnic Minorities 





Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Minorities Mental health United States, Minorities Counseling of United States, Cross-cultural counseling United States