6 edition of Transference and Empathy in Asian American Psychotherapy found in the catalog.
May 30, 1993
by Praeger Publishers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||168|
Transference and Empathy in Asian American Psychotherapy: Cultural Values and Treatment Needs Transference and Empathy in Asian American Psychotherapy: Cultural Values and Treatment Needs. Jean Lau Chin $ We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. We deliver the joy of reading in %. Of particular interest, we have also seen a rise in the publication of texts devoted to psychology of Asian Ameri- cans, such as a text on a specific treatment model, Chinese American Family Therapy (Jung, ), and compendium volumes, Transference and Empathy in Asian American Psychotherapy (Chin, Liem, Ham, & Hong, ), Handbook of Asian Cited by:
This book is a practical and comprehensive guide for clinicians, trainees, and students interested in developing their skills in providing Psychotherapy and Counseling to Asian American Clients. The authors offer a cultural and social environmental framework, which helps mental health professionals conceptualize issues facing Asian American clients as well as strategies for addressing clinical. transference and empathy in asian american psychotherapy 3, () (de- scribing Asian Americans' reluctance to use mental health services because it is contrary to' cultural values, such as the stigma attached to seeking help from oth-.
Empathy - the sense of being "in feeling" with another - has long been acknowledged as an important part of the therapist-patient bond. But with the advent of managed-care approaches, short-term psychotherapy, and the growing popularity of manualized approaches, empathy has started to take on a diminished role seen as a useful but not vital element in therapy, good to have but not necessary 5/5(2). Enjoy millions of the latest Android apps, games, music, movies, TV, books, magazines & more. Anytime, anywhere, across your devices.
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The Asian American population is increasing rapidly and, not unpredictably, so are its mental health needs. A number of cultural factors and stressors common to Asian Americans pose obstacles to the successful employment of Western psychotherapy approaches and counselingfor example, the central role of the family in Asian life and the culturally based, traditional stigma associated with Cited by: Read the full-text online edition of Transference and Empathy in Asian American Psychotherapy: Cultural Values and Treatment Needs ().
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Contextual factors in psychotherapy with Asian Americans / George K. Hong --Transference / Jean Lau Chin --Empathy / MaryAnna Domokos-Cheng Ham --Case discussions.A case of biracial identity confusion / Gloria Chieko Saito --Synthesizing eastern and western.
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Contextual factors in psychotherapy with Asian Americans / George K. Hong --Transference / Jean Lau Chin --Empathy / MaryAnna Domokos-Cheng Ham --Case discussions.A case of biracial identity confusion / Gloria Chieko Saito --Synthesizing eastern and. The book underscores the fact that the meaning, the therapeutic use, and even the theoretical explanation of transference and transference phenomena have undergone significant changes over the years.
Transference and Empathy in Asian American Psychotherapy. Psychotherapy (Chic). Mar;51(1) doi: /a Epub Sep The use of empathy and transference as interventions in psychotherapy with attention deficit hyperactive disorder latency-aged boys.
Conway F(1). Author information: (1)Adelphi by: 4. Using the Transference in Psychotherapy centers around two dominant themes: the "old" vs. the "new" models of transference, and the role of transference in psychotherapy.
As background the book provides an historical overview of transference, countertransference, and the therapeutic alliance. A number of detailed cases are provided, graphically. In Working With Asian American Clients, Dr.
Jean Lau Chin demonstrates an approach that addresses issues of culture and cultural competence within the therapeutic session, in essence acknowledging the client's culture as a "third person" in the therapy room.
In this session, Dr. Chin works with a year-old woman who immigrated to the United States from Vietnam who is dealing with issues. ARTHUR C. BOHART and LESLIE S. GREENBERG, Editors Empathy Reconsidered: New Directions in Psychotherapy Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Press,xv + pp.
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JEAN LAU CHIN is Director of the South Cove Community Health Center in Boston, Massachusetts. She is co-author of Transference and Empathy in Asian American Psychotherapy (Praeger, ).
VICTOR DE LA CANCELA is a clinical community psychologist licensed in three states and is currently the Senior Assistant Vice President, Managed Care Education and Special Projects for the New York City Cited by: Transference, Countertransference and Projection Origin of the Concept of Transference Viennese psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud first identified the phenomenon of transference inwhen he worked with a client called Dora.
In hindsight, he realised that the reason she had not completed treatment with him was that he had failed to recognise that she saw him.
Transference phenomenon and its analysis in therapy is the cornerstone for much psychoanalytic work. It's crucial importance has been and continues to be a matter of debate among psychoanalysts. Essential Papers on Transference presents the central papers on the subject of.
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About The Book Empathy is a term much used in popular culture and professional circles. Yet it remains one of the most misunderstood tropes. Most people confuse or conflate empathy with sympathy; though related, these involve somewhat radically different affective or psychological registers.
Empathy is founded on the art of understanding a living being's particular mental state or inner. The Gloria Films: Candid answers to questions therapists ask most By Howard Rosenthal, EdD on 8/16/16 - PM When I penned an article and a book chapter on the classic Gloria Films some years ago I never dreamed these pieces would continue to bring.
Author(s): Chin,Jean Lau Title(s): Transference and empathy in Asian American psychotherapy: cultural values and treatment needs/ Jean Lau Chin. The foremost psychiatric critic of our times, Thomas Szasz, engages in an in-depth dialogue of his life's work including freedom and liberty, the myth of mental illness, drug laws, the fragile state of psychotherapy, and his passion for humanistic values and social justice.
More than three decades ago, articles began appearing that addressed the issue of how to provide effective psychotherapy for Asian Americans (e.g., Sue & Sue, ; Yamamoto, ).Diversity and cultural competence has been central to my work in its relevance to psychotherapy, leadership, women's issues and ethnic minority issues.
My approach is to integrative and one in which I bridge research and practice, community and academic perspectives.Some approaches view empathy as a mere aspect which is used as a tool in psychotherapy, whilst other view empathy as a powerful means of facilitating change in a person or system (Feller & Cottone, ).
Thus, although empathy is acknowledged in the majority of psychotherapeutic approaches it does not occupy the same role in each approach.