Meeting the Needs of Ethnic Minority Children Including Refugee, Black a

nd Mixed Parentage Children: A Handbook for Professionals 2ed


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Linda Wilson,Harry Zeitlin,Gerry German,Queenie Harris,Anne Miller,Harish Mehra,Inga-Britt Krause,Annie Lau,Begum Maitra,Kedar Nath Dwivedi
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Preface, Kedar Nath Dwivedi. Foreword, Professor Richard Williams, University of Glamorgan. 1. Introduction, Kedar Nath Dwivedi. 2. Culture and Personality, Kedar Nath Dwivedi. 3. Mental Health Needs of Ethnic Minority Children, Rajeev Banhatti, Northampton Child and Family Services, and Surya Bhate, The Tees and North East Yorkshire Trust. 4. Family Therapy and Ethnic Minorities, Annie Lau, North East London Mental Health Trust. 5. Children, Families and Therapists: Clinical considerations and ethnic minority cultures, Begum Maitra, Child and Family Consultation Centre, Hammersmith, and Ann Miller, Marlborough Family Service. 6. Can talking about culture be therapeutic? Tasneen Fateh, Nurum Islam, Farra Khan, Cecilia Ko, Marigold Lee, Rubia Malik, Marlborough Family Service, and Inga-Britt Krause, Tavistock and Portman Mental Health Trust. 7. What is a Positive Black Identity? Nick Banks, University of Nottingham. 8. The Emergence of Ethnicity: A tale of three cultures, John Burnham, Birmingham Children's Hospital (NWS) Trust, and Queenie Harris, Charles Burn Clinic, Birmingham. 9. Anti-racist Strategies for Educational Performance: Facilitating successful learning for all children, Gerry German, Communities Empowerment Network. 10. Mixed Race Children and Families, Nick Banks, University of Nottingham. 11. Adoption of Children from Minority Groups, Professor Harry Zeitlin, North Essex Child and Family Consultation Service. 12. Residential Care for Ethnic Minority Children, Harish Mehra, Birmingham Social Services. 13. Practical Approaches to Work with Refugee Children, Jeremy Woodcock, University of Bristol. 14. Community and Youth work with Asian Women and Girls, Radha Dwivedi, Northampton Child and Family Services. 15. A Conceptual Framework of Identity Formation in a Society of Multiple Cultures: Applying theory to practice, James Rodriquez, Family Research Consortium, Ana Marie Cauce, Department of Psychology, Seattle, and Linda Wilson, Casey Family Programs, Seattle. Bibliographie References. Index

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