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(p. 283) Interpersonal Therapy and Cultural Issues: The Case of Hispanic Patients 

(p. 283) Interpersonal Therapy and Cultural Issues: The Case of Hispanic Patients
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(p. 283) Interpersonal Therapy and Cultural Issues: The Case of Hispanic Patients
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Sapana R Patel

and Roberto Lewis-Fernández

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10.1093/med:psych/9780199746903.003.0016
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date: 19 January 2021

Chapter 16 discusses IPT with regards to cultural issues, and specifically addresses hispanic patients, covering cultural assessment and adaptations for hispanic patients, interpersonal styles and values, and a case example discussing medical, personal, psychiatric, and family histories, interpersonal history and cultural formation, treatment phases, and case discussion.

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