By Frank X. Acosta Ph.D., Joe Yamamoto M.D., Leonard A. Evans Ph.D. (auth.)
Psychotherapy consists of a deep moral dedication to self-knowl area, own switch, and mutual appreciate by way of either the therapist and the sufferer. regrettably, therapists haven't continually lived as much as that dedication in realizing and treating low source of revenue and minority sufferers. Too frequently they lack the talents to appreciate and comply with the patient's group and cultural stories. the end result has been useless and erroneous therapy. potent Psychotherapy for Low-Income and Minority sufferers is a guide for psychotherapists and devoted to right ing this case and pursuing potent therapy concepts. This ebook relies at the author's ongoing leading edge learn venture on the collage of Southern California institution of Medicine's grownup Psy chiatric Outpatient sanatorium. positioned in East la, the health center serves this nation's greatest Hispanic American group and has carrier commitments to citizens of the primary l. a. area. through the years the authors have famous not just a marked have to enhance psychological well-being providers, but additionally a necessity to lead them to extra available to minority and occasional source of revenue sufferers. mostly those pa tients have very unfavorable rules approximately therapy of emotional prob lems. they generally react to therapy with skepticism: nobody has rather listened to them or understood them before-why may still this therapist achieve this now? In describing this pessimism the authors speak about the necessity to hearken to and admire each one other.
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Cultural problems in psychiatric therapy. Archives of General Psychiatry, 1968, 19, 45-49. CHAPTER 2 The Poor and Working-Class Patient Joe Yamamoto, Frank X. Acosta, and Leonard A. S. Bureau of Census, 1974). An even higher percentage of patients coming to public psychiatric outpatient clinics or community mental health centers fall into these categories. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) has increasingly recognized in the past several years the need to augment services for these groups of people.
Aggressive statements are those which express a person's wishes but at the expense of another person. They may be threatening, insulting, obscene, or menacing. 6. Therapeutic recommendations include the following: a. b. c. d. Be prepared to deal with the double neediness of your patients. Conceptualize therapy into short time-limited segments. Obtain help in overcoming any prejudices you discover in yourself. Provide flexible, individualized therapy. If your answers are similar to those above, continue your reading.
For example, the following patient-therapist dialogue may take place: I need the clinic's help because I got busted for drunk driving. I'm not sure what I can do about that; I'm not an attorney. PATIENT: I'm afraid they might put me in jail or worse yet, put me in jail and take away my driver's license. PATIENT: THERAPIST: Here, the therapist should be aware that police more frequently patrol areas where minorities and poor people live and that arrests for drunk driving are consequently higher than in other areas (Morales, 1972, chap.