By Mark Nickerson LICSW
Praise for the first edition:
This book is on the cutting edge―it shows us the vast potential of EMDR in healing culturally based traumas that persist today and the traumas that are endemic to our cultural histories. The topics targeted could not be timelier . . . Few works have the scope, breadth, and depth of information and practical tools provided to extend cultural competence that we see in [this book].
―Sandra S. Lee and Kimberly Molfetto (2017). Cultural Competence, Cultural Trauma, and Social Justice With EMDR [Review of Cultural Competence and Healing Culturally Based Trauma With EMDR Therapy: Innovative Strategies and Protocols]. PsycCRITIQUES, 62(43).
Now in its second edition, this groundbreaking text continues to offer guiding direction on the frontiers of culturally informed EMDR therapy and the treatment of culturally based trauma and adversity
Over twenty-five authors combine to address a diverse range of current and emerging topics. Ten new second edition chapters include a call for broader recognition of culturally based trauma and adversity within the trauma field, the core human need for connection and belonging, and strategies for clinician self-reflection in developing a culturally competent clinical practice that is multicultural inclusive, actively anti-oppressive, and grounded in cultural humility. Other new chapters offer considerations in working with Black, American Indian, Asian-American, and Latinx clients; immigration challenges; and social class identity.
Overall, this book provides graspable conceptual frameworks, useful language and terminology, in-depth knowledge about specific cultural populations, clinical examples, practical intervention protocols and strategies, research citations, and additional references. This text speaks not only to EMDR practitioners but has been recognized as a groundbreaking work for therapists in clinical practice. Purchase includes digital access for use on most mobile devices or computers.
New to the Second Edition:
- Ten new chapters addressing timely topics
- A framework for defining and depicting different themes of Culturally Based Trauma and Adversity (CBTA)
- Specific considerations for working with Black, American Indian, Asian-American, Latinx clients, and other racial/ethnic populations
- Exploration of social class related experiences and identities as well as additional coverage of challenges related to immigration and acculturation
- Twenty-eight contributing authors with diverse professional and lived experiences
- Best-practice methods for cultural competence integrated into EMDR therapy
- Culturally attuned clinical assessment and case formulation
- Innovative protocols and strategies for treating socially based trauma and adversity
- Enriches the adaptive information processing model with research-based knowledge of social information processing
- Specific chapters devoted to LGBTQIA+ issues and transgenerational cultural trauma including antisemitism
- Strategies and a protocol for dismantling social prejudice and discrimination
- Combines conceptual theory with practical application examples and methods
- Editorial : Springer Publishing Company; 2nd edición (22 Septiembre 2022)
- Idioma : Inglés
- Tapa blanda : 437 páginas
- ISBN-10 : 0826163416
- ISBN-13 : 978-0826163417
- ISBN-13 : 9780826163417
- eText ISBN: 9780826163424
- Peso del Artículo : 1.75 pounds
- Dimensiones : 7 x 0.93 x 10 pulgadas