Family Therapy with Hispanics: Toward Appreciating Diversity (2000 Edition)

About the Course:

This edited volume highlights the diversity of people commonly referred to as Hispanic. Building on the premise that mental health professionals should exhibit an essential curiosity about the experience of others, the authors cover such topics as health care, education, spirituality, and family life.


By Maria Flores, Ph.D. & Gabrielle Carey, M.A.

About the Author:

Maria Flores, Ph.D. and Gabrielle Carey, M. A. are both in private practice at the Marriage and Family Institute in San Antonio, Texas. Contributors include Hispanic psychologists and psychotherapists.

Course Objectives:

  1. to be able to describe common dynamics in different Hispanic families

  2. to become more familiar with common clinical issues presented by Hispanic family members

  3. to be able to discuss how issues of healthcare and spirituality interact with family health

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