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Nita Tewari & Arpana Inman

In: Culturally Adaptive Counseling Skills: Demonstrations of Evidence-Based Practices

Chapter 9: Case Illustration: Culturally Adaptive Model of Counseling: Using a Multicultural Skills-Based Perspective in Working with a First-Generation Asian Indian American Elderly Female

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Case Illustration: Culturally Adaptive Model of Counseling: Using a Multicultural Skills-Based Perspective in Working with a First-Generation Asian Indian American Elderly Female
Case illustration: Culturally adaptive model of counseling: Using a multicultural skills-based perspective in working with a first-generation asian indian american elderly female
NitaTewari
ArpanaInman

In this chapter, we present and discuss the case of a first-generation Asian Indian American older female as a model for using the AA-SISM. We begin with a description of the case study, then we discuss the application of the AA-SISM for this particular client. The chapter is presented in dialogue format so that the psychologist and client voices are highlighted in this multicultural skills-based perspective.

Case Study

Mrs. Shah is a 71-year-old, married, Asian Indian, first-generation immigrant Hindu female. Having had an arranged ...

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