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Psychotherapy with Deaf Clients from Diverse Groups,9781563684470

Psychotherapy with Deaf Clients from Diverse Groups

Edition: 2nd
Format: Paperback
Pub. Date: 8/15/2010
Publisher(s): Gallaudet Univ Pr


The second edition ofPsychotherapy with Deaf Clients from Diverse Groupsfeatures the introduction of six new chapters that complement full revisions of original chapters with advances in the field since its original publication. The first part begins with a new chapter on the current ethical issues relevant to working with deaf clients and in subsequent chapters it provides updated information on the diversity of consumer knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and experiences. Deaf therapists and their involvement in the Deaf community also are scrutinized in this context.The revised second part examines psychotherapy for various constituencies, including deaf women; lesbian, gay, and bisexual deaf populations; children of deaf parents; and people with Usher syndrome. Part Three chapters consider interventions with African American deaf clients, American Indians who are deaf, and Asians who are American and deaf. A new chapter expands information on therapy for Latino deaf clients.The final section incorporates three new chapters on other deaf populations - deaf college students, recipients of cochlear implants, and deaf elderly clients. Also, new information has been added to chapters on the treatment of Deaf survivors of sexual abuse and deaf clients with chemical dependency. The last addition to the second edition outlines dialectical behavior therapy for deaf clients, a valuable option for clinicians.

Author Biography

Irene W. Leigh is Professor of Psychology at Gallaudet University.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. vii
Introductionp. ix
Psychotherapy with Deaf People: The Ethical Dimensionp. 3
The Diversity of Consumer Knowledge, Attitudes, Beliefs, and Experiencesp. 18
Deaf Therapists and the Deaf Community: Issues to Considerp. 39
Diverse Communities
The Evolution of Psychotherapy for Deaf Womenp. 65
Therapy Issues with Lesbians, Gay Men, Bisexuals and Transgender Individuals Who are Deafp. 85
Hearing Children of Deaf Parents: Issues and Interventions within a Bicultural Contextp. 109
Psychotherapy for People with Usher Syndromep. 136
The Ethnic Dimension
Mental Health Issues for African American Deaf Peoplep. 161
Culturally Responsive Psychotherapy with Deaf American Indiansp. 183
Asian American and Deafp. 210
Counseling Issues for Latino Deaf Individuals and Their Familiesp. 237
Special Issues
Deaf College Studentsp. 261
Psychotherapy and Deaf Elderly Clientsp. 281
Therapeutic Issues with Recipients of Cochlear Implantsp. 300
Deaf Survivors of Sexual Assaultp. 320
Chemical Dependency: An Application of a Treatment Model for Deaf Peoplep. 341
Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Deaf Clients: Cultural and Linguistic Modifications for Outpatient Mental Health Settingsp. 372
Contributorsp. 393
Indexp. 399
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