155.333 P974
Psychological practice with women : guidelines, diversity, empowerment. --
Imp / Ed.:
Washington, DC, Estados Unidos : American Psychological Association, c2015.
xii, 290 p. ; 27 cm.
Psychology of Women Book Series
Contributors. -- Series foreword. -- Acknowledgments. -- 1. Transforming psychological practice with women: an introduction. -- 2. Working with diverse women: tools for assessment and conceptualization. -- 3. Women and girls of black/African descent. -- 4. The mosaic of Latinas in the United States: psychological practice with Latina women and girls. -- 5. Lesbian, bisexual, and transgender women. -- 6. The intersection of gender and ethnicity: Asian-Pacific Islander American women. -- 7. Women with disabilities: affirmative practice and assessment. -- 8. Psychological practice with native women. -- 9. Transnational psychological practice with women: perspectives from East Asia and Japan. -- 10. Inclusive and affirmative psychological practice: unifying themes. -- Index. -- About the editors. --
Tomado de Amazon: "This book presents and illustrates practice guidelines for working with diverse groups of women. Drawing on psychological, multicultural, and feminist research, the chapters consider many of the unique concerns of specific groups of women, including Black/African American women; Latinas; lesbian, bisexual, and transgender women; Asian-Pacific Islander women; Native women; women with disabilities; and women in transnational and international contexts. Ample case studies apply the guidelines, emphasizing how practitioners can use clients strengths and resilience to promote empowerment."
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