• Order to parcel locker

    Order to parcel locker
  • easy pay

    easy pay
  • Reduced price
Promoting Black Women's Mental Health: What Practitioners Should Know and Do

Promoting Black Women's Mental Health: What Practitioners Should Know and Do

9781108823098
144.84 zł
130.35 zł Save 14.49 zł
Lowest price within 30 days before promotion: 130.35 zł
Quantity
Available in 4-6 weeks

  Delivery policy

Choose Paczkomat Inpost, Orlen Paczka, DPD or Poczta Polska. Click for more details

  Security policy

Pay with a quick bank transfer, payment card or cash on delivery. Click for more details

  Return policy

If you are a consumer, you can return the goods within 14 days. Click for more details

Description
Promoting Black Womens Mental Health celebrates the strengths and complexities of Black women in American life. Many misunderstand and mis-characterize Black women and underappreciate their important contributions to families, communities, and the nation. In this book, a team of Black women mental health practitioners and scholars discuss a range of conditions that impact Black womens self-concepts and mental health. Drawing on a study of Black women across the United States, authors explore the social determinants of Black womens mental health and wellness and Black womens girlhood experiences. The book also explores Black womens stereotypes, their traumas, how they shift in relationships, and images that affect their racial and gender identity development. The book draws on scholarly and popular sources to present Black womens strength and challenges. Authors include commentary, case examples, re?ection questions, and resources to improve practitioners capacities to help Black women clients to recover, heal, and thrive.
Product Details
99299
9781108823098
9781108823098

Data sheet

Publication date
2023
Issue number
1
Cover
paperback
Pages count
280
Dimensions (mm)
152.00 x 229.00
Weight (g)
604
  • Introduction; Part I. Black Women in Context: 1. Our Black Women and Psychotherapy Study; 2. Social Determinants of Health and Mental Health for Black Women; 3. Black Girlhood: Developmental Experiences of Black Women; 4. Stereotypes of Black Women: Clinical Implications; 5. Black Women and Trauma; Part II. Therapy Contexts: 6. Therapist Cultural Self-Awareness; 7. Building Strong and Effective Alliances with Black Female Clients; Part III. Core Themes in Black Womens Stress and Distress; 8. Strong Black Woman Persona: Mental Health Impacts; 9. Shifting in Black Women: Clinical Implications; 10. Black Womens Mothering and Caregiving; 11. Black Womens Romantic and Intimate Relationships; 12. Appearance Prejudice and Discrimination Against Black Women; Part IV. Helping Black Women Recover and Thrive; 13. Improving Black Womens Physical Health and Wellness; 14. Black Womens Inner Healing and Resources for Thriving; 15. Black Womens Spiritual and Religious Coping; Conclusion; Appendix; About the Authors and Contributors; Index.
Comments (0)