Future directions for transcultural counselling research will focus on the resilience of overseas mental health workers and their capacity to adapt counselling models to the cultural needs of their own communities. Positioning counselling within the shifting contexts of the modern world, this book: - Examines anti-discriminatory practice - its origins and development - The complexities of working effectively with refugees, asylum seekers, vulnerable migrants, and the victims of human trafficking - Considers the needs of the cultural traveller - Address the intricacies of faith and spirituality - Provides a guide to assessing language and the role of interpreters - Addresses ethics, the law and transcultural issues in Healthcare - Looks at the importance of supervision, personal development and self care. The second half of the book covers professional priorities for the counsellor in transcultural settings. This book meets its aim of providing guidelines of good practice in counselling. The individual comes into the therapeutic setting with certain expectations and models of explanation, as does the clinician. Positioning counselling within the shifting contexts of the modern world, this book: - Examines anti-discriminatory practice - its origins and development - The complexities of working effectively with refugees, asylum seekers, vulnerable migrants, and the victims of human trafficking - Considers the needs of the cultural traveller - Address the intricacies of faith and spirituality - Provides a guide to assessing language and the role of interpreters - Addresses ethics, the law and transcultural issues in Healthcare - Looks at the importance of supervision, personal development and self care.
Her doctoral thesis was on multicultural psychology approaches for diverse communities. Telephone interpreting services and the role of advocates in counselling, with specific examples of how and when to deploy them, are reviewed. We shall also be able to use new technologies to share knowledge — their most precious commodity — for preserving mental health and well-being. The Institute aims to develop innovative modes of research to provide insights into the different ways that cross-cultural relations and histories are constructed and represented. This book comprises a solid working text suitable for students of many mental-health-related professions as well for professional colleagues seeking to improve their skills, knowledge and awareness within the transcultural arena. A further development within this arena in recent decades has been concern for the wider implications of human diversity and how these additional fields of application both require necessary further considerations on behalf of transcultural therapists and, in equal measure, challenge such practitioners and their professional bodies, researchers and writers. Globalisation has also contributed to increased urbanisation with internal migrations and changes in family structures.
Special emphasis will be given to the epistemological and methodological issues for socio-cultural research and on the applications of social and cultural psychology perspectives to concerns related to gender, health, environment, politics, peace, business and economics, and other development issues in the Philippine setting. Most of all, our colleagues want to be able to support service users and their families within their own communities and refer individuals to precious regional hospital beds only when local interventions have proven inadequate. Such evidence as there is, or established good practice, is described and sourced. The book covers both theory and practice, outlining different approaches to multicultural and transcultural counselling, highlighting the racism implicit in some counselling theory and providing examples of multicultural counselling practice. Patricia d'Ardenne, in this excellent volume, brings wide experience in writing, research and clinical settings in her overview.
Why then to me this restless world's but hell. She has brought together a unique blend of subject areas that are not replicated in any other texts I know , with contents dedicated to informing the quality of professional practice in different settings and contexts. Drawing on examples from community groups, liaison and advocacy workers, mental health specialists, and from professionals already working with other cultures, this practical volume walks the counselor through the transcultural counseling process. The Health Information for All 2015 network was established to provide free online health information and libraries to colleagues around the world, and has helped me understand the importance of sharing and translating information, as well as the considerable benefits of models of telemedicine, with mobile phones and remote supervision and teaching. The pursuit of core cultural competences is a necessary yet extremely demanding professional requirement. Can a counselor's or client's culture affect the counseling process? As such, this new book is a goldmine of ideas, resources, references and clinical examples rooted in everyday practice. The context is British, but many of the issues and concerns are applicable to therapists in other societies.
This textbook deserves a place in interdisciplinary courses which profess any investigation or expertise in culture and mental health' - Kam Bhui, Professor of Cultural Psychiatry at Barts and the London School of Medicine and President of the World Association of Cultural Psychiatry 'As global communication becomes wider, faster and more direct, the cultural gulfs between human societies are becoming more apparent. Cena może ulec zmianie po wycenie. This breadth of coverage is breathtaking in its vision and extensive in its application. We have a lot to learn. There are currently no texts about how to address their needs: rather we are collaborating on objectives, piloting our teaching and training, and evaluating this transcultural work as we go.
The first half of the text visits these settings for transcultural counselling; the second half addresses how practitioners can care for themselves and the quality of the service they provide. However, out of this grew a friendship that led directly to co-authoring Transcultural Counselling in Action with Aruna Mahtani over 20 years ago d'Ardenne and Mahtani 1989, 1999. Recent personal influences include working with Interhealth Worldwide who screen and support humanitarian aid workers and others in non-government organisations, and assist distressed people in very different cultural settings overseas Hargrave et al. Transcultural Counselling in Action offers a new approach to the counseling process that addresses the problems often posed by cultural differences. People have always been on the move for a variety of reasons, which have included economic, educational and political. Chapter 1 describes the climate in which the discussion is set, a climate where counseling and psychotherapy are established as healing systems.
Very real challenges face the counselor in today's multiracial and multicultural world, and it is essential that counseling not become another oppressive or damaging instrument of society. More than that, I hope that the chapters will give readers some inspiration and confidence, encouraging a reconsideration of model or practice, and then seeing if it makes a difference to outcome. If the big human stories today are globalisation, terrorism, migration and racism, then counselling practice now needs a proactive response, where present demand and future directions are grasped, tried and updated. This in itself is a useful exercise for the transcultural counsellor. Should counselors confine themselves to counseling only those from their own culture? Synopsis Drawing on over 40 years experience, Patricia d'Ardenne provides the reader with a unique and practical introduction to counselling and psychotherapy in a world on the move, where ethnic, linguistic, religious, economic, political and environmental differences collide and create a rich and complex setting for contemporary therapeutic practice.
Counselling in Transcultural Settings unpacks these issues and provides a valuable tool for everyone working in this area' - Richard Dowden, Director, The Royal African Society Counselling in Transcultural Settings Foreword Preface Anti-Discriminatory Practice - Its Origins and Development in Transcultural Counselling Counselling Cultural Travellers Transcultural Counselling for People with Refugee Experience Using Interpreters in Transcultural Counselling Spirituality and Religion in Transcultural Settings Transcultural Issues in Health Care The Voices of Users and Carers in Transcultural Counselling Services Ethics and Governance in Transcultural Counselling Supervision, Personal Development and Self Care in Transcultural Counselling Future Directions for Transultural Counselling for a Restless World References Index Produkty podobne:. Similarly, the International Society for Travel Medicine has developed from considering the physical needs of travellers to include mental well-being, and has recently established an international mental health group to address this important topic. This book really takes readers beyond their own cultural framework and indeed beyond their own national borders. But in another 40 years, will there will be the political and professional commitment to transcultural issues that will make counselling globally relevant? She is an Associate with Interhealth Worldwide, preparing and supporting staff on humanitarian missions overseas aid workers, and was recently elected to join the Psychological Health of Travellers Group within the International Society for Travel Medicine. Introduction to Migration Research: Historical and sociological foundations. Attitudes to and treatment of mental health and trauma vary hugely in different cultures and societies.
Enquiries concerning reproduction outside those terms should be sent to the publishers. Patricia currently chairs a Global Health Link between East London and Uganda- a government supported partnership for mental health development, where she has been training practitioners since 2006 in psychological therapies in post conflict settings. My psychology colleagues, the prison officers, the medical and academic staff were, without exception, all white. She began work researching in Nashville, Tennessee, returned as Psychology lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, and then established an English Language Mental Health Service in Brussels. Patricia D'Ardenne is a consultant clinical and counselling psychologist. If curious about every aspect of our own world and that of our clients, we can try always to meet them in a shared space. Counsellors are shown how cultural knowledge can increase support to clients in a range of health, social, economic and ethnic contexts.