Transcultural FAP

Luc Vandenberghe, Mavis Tsai, Luis Valero, Rafael Ferro, Rachel R. Kerbauy, Regina C. Wielenska, Stig Helweg-Jorgensen, Benjamin Schoendorff, Ethel Quayle, JoAnne Dahl, Akio Matsumoto, Minoru Takahashi, Hiroto Okouchi, Takashi Muto

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Abstract

In discussing transcultural functional analytic psychotherapy (FAP), the treatment of clients from culturally diverse backgrounds, we draw upon not only the experiences of FAP therapists outside the United States (e.g., CarrascosoCarrascoso, 2003; FerroFerro, Valero, Valero & VivesVives, 2006; LópezLópez, Ferro, Ferro & CalvilloCalvillo, 2002; FerroFerro, ValeroValero, & López BermúdezLópez Bermúdez, 2009), but also the booming literature on cultural competence and multiculturalism. Decades of work in the latter area have spawned profound reflection (Sue S. Sue & ZaneZane, 1987; Sue W.D. Sue & Sue D. Sue, 2003; FowersFowers & DavidovDavidov, 2006), practical guidelines American Psychological Association, 2000; American Psychological AssociationAmerican Psychological Association, 2002), and comprehensive strategies for adapting treatments to multicultural populations (HaysHays, 2001; HwangHwang, 2007; HaysHays & IwamasaIwamasa, 2006; HintonHinton, 2006).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationtThe Practice of Functional Analytic Psychotherapy
PublisherSpringer New York
Pages173-185
Number of pages13
ISBN (Print)9781441958297
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2010

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