Families Coping with Mental Illness: The Cultural Context: New Directions for Mental Health Services, Number 77
June 1998, Jossey-Bass
The Cultural Context of Interventions for Family Members with a Seriously Mentally Ill Relative (P. Solomon).
Reducing the Culture Clash in Family-Provider Relationships: A Bilateral Perspective (E. Mannion & M. Meisel).
Family-to-Family: A Trauma-and-Recovery Model of Family Education (J. Burland).
THE ETHNOCULTURAL CONTEXT OF THE FAMILY EXPERIENCE.
Multicultural Experiences of Family Caregiving: A Study of African American, European American, and Hispanic American Families (P. Guarnaccia).
Support Group Satisfaction: A Comparison of Minority and White Families (S. Pickett, et al.).
Family Wisdom and Clinical Support: Culturally Relevant Practice Strategies for Working with Indochinese Families Who Care for a Relative with Mental Illness (V. Vandiver & K. Keopraseuth).
Working with Native American Families (C. Johnson & D. Johnson).
The Family Experience in Cultural Context: Implications for Further Research and Practice (H. Lefley).