Ethnocultural factors in substance abuse treatment /

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Imprint:New York : Guilford Press, c2001.
Description:xv, 447 p. ; 24 cm.
Subject:Substance abuse -- Treatment -- Cross-cultural studies.
Drug abuse -- Treatment -- Cross-cultural studies.
Cross-cultural counseling.
Cross-cultural counseling.
Drug abuse -- Treatment.
Substance abuse -- Treatment.
Cross-cultural studies.
Format: Print Book
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Other authors / contributors:Straussner, Shulamith Lala Ashenberg.
ISBN:1572306300 (hardcover)
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents:
  • I. Introduction
  • 7. Toward an Understanding of Puerto Rican Ethnicity and Substance Abuse
  • IV. Working with Clients of European Background
  • 8. Substance Abuse among Americans of British Descent
  • 9. Substance Abuse Treatment with Clients of French Background
  • 10. The Irish and Substance Abuse
  • 11. Italian Culture and Its Impact on Addiction
  • 12. Polish Identity and Substance Abuse
  • 13. Russian-Speaking Substance Abusers in Transition: New Country, Old Problems
  • V. Working with Clients of Middle Eastern Background
  • 14. Substance Use among Arabs and Arab Americans
  • 1. Ethnocultural Issues in Substance Abuse Treatment: An Overview
  • 15. Jewish Substance Abusers: Existing but Invisible
  • VI. Working with Clients of Asian Background
  • 16. Substance Abuse Treatment Issues with Cambodian Americans
  • 17. Ethnocultural Background and Substance Abuse Treatment of Chinese Americans
  • 18. Ethnocultural Background and Substance Abuse Treatment of Asian Indian Americans
  • 19. Substance Abuse Interventions for Japanese and Japanese American Clients
  • 20. Substance Abuse among Korean Americans: A Sociocultural Perspective and Framework for Intervention
  • II. Working with Clients of African Background
  • 2. Substance Abuse in African American Communities
  • 3. Substance Abuse Issues among English-Speaking Caribbean People of African Ancestry
  • III. Working with Clients of Native American and Latino Backgrounds
  • 4. Native Americans and Substance Abuse
  • 5. Substance Abuse among Cuban Americans
  • 6. Substance Abuse in the Mexican American Population