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Immigration and Trauma: Clinical Observations of Four Immigrant Psychotherapists Working With Latino Immigrant Families

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Resource Description

Offers strategies to make services culturally-responsive to the needs of the Latino immigrant population. This webinar addresses factors inherent to the immigration process such as bilingualism, sense of self, and acculturation, as well as the impact of identity, culture, and trauma. Using personal experiences the presenters discuss how Latino clinicians have used their immigration experience in their clinical work.

Published in 2010

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