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(p. 65) Culturally Responsive Mental Health Services 

(p. 65) Culturally Responsive Mental Health Services
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(p. 65) Culturally Responsive Mental Health Services
Author(s):

Janise S. Parker

, Diana Joyce-Beaulieu

, and Brian A. Zaboski

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780197581384.003.0004
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date: 14 June 2021

Chapter 4 guides readers in applying cognitive behavioral therapy within culturally responsive mental health services, a cornerstone to individualizing student mental health services. The chapter begins by identifying who a therapist’s clients are and then delves into the many developmental considerations and stages that children and adolescents progress through to adulthood. The author acknowledges that in addition to a developmental perspective, addressing treatment barriers for youth in the minority also entails more culturally aware practitioners who understand, respect, and value their clients’ cultural strengths. The chapter concludes with two case studies that show readers how these elements coalesce into culturally responsive mental health services.

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