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Discover a culturally competent model of clinical case management in mental health practice settings. In The Cross-Cultural Practice of Clinical Case Management, author Peter Manoleas synthesizes some of the existent thinking on case management in cross-cultural psychotherapy settings and develops an effective model of clinical case management for mental health practitioners.
The person-in-environment approach leads mental health professionals to realize that case managers and their clients must deal with a variety of cultures within the treatment environment. Rehabilitation programs, substance abuse programs, public assistance, the police, and especially psychiatry itself, are each characterized by their own 'cultures.’These may, at times, conflict with or present significant dissonance with the client's own ethnic culture. The Cross-Cultural Practice of Clinical Case Management advocates that the role of “culture broker” be added to the list of activities for effective clinical case managers.
Several of the major ethnic groups represented in public mental health populations are examined, as well as other topics relevant to the daily practice of mental health professionals:
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A guidebook for improved case management of diverse clientele!Review:
"A COMPREHENSIVE, MUST-READ BOOK FOR ANY PRACTITIONER-regardless of discipline-working in the mental health arena, who is committed to providing culturally appropriate services to diverse groups, especially within the persistently mentally ill population. . . . A major strength of the book is that most of the chapters elucidate their frameworks by offering vignettes that underline their practice themes." -- Maria E. Zuniga, PhD, Professor of Social Work, San Diego State University
"A WONDERFUL ADDITION TO THE GROWING LITERATURE ON MULTICULTURAL PRACTICE BECAUSE OF ITS FINE-TUNED FOCUS ON CLINICAL WORK WITHIN A CASE MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK. . . . A valuable collection that addresses practice concepts, sociodemographics, and research findings that are necessary for informed case management practice of clinical concerns with diverse populations. . . . This text is superb in its review of the meaning and function of culture in the lives of our clients, and the application of insights derived from that literature." -- Betty Garcia, Associate Professor, Department of Social Work Education, California State University
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