ERIC Number: ED458514
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002
Counseling African American Families. The Family Psychology and Counseling Series.
Sanders, Jo-Ann Lipford, Ed.; Bradley, Carla, Ed.
A major challenge confronting the counseling profession is meeting the needs of African American families. This monograph presents a discussion of the issues involved in the clinical assessment and treatment of these families. It explores their distinct experiences as they navigate through a society often hostile towards them. Chapters include: (1) "African American Families in the Postmodern Era" (Mary Smith Arnold); (2) "The Peripheral African American Father: Is There a Black Man in the House?" (Sylvester Huston, Terry D. Lipford, and Jeffrey Smith); (3) "Parenting: A Community Responsibility" (Carla Bradley); (4) "Racial Socialization" (Jo-Ann Lipford Sanders); (5) "Africentric Rites of Passage: Nurturing the Next Generation" (Paul Hill, Jr.); (6) "The Black Church: Bridge over Troubled Water" (Rufus G. W. Sanders); and (7) "Implications" (Jo-Ann Lipford Sanders). (Contains 175 references.) (JDM)
Descriptors: Black Family, Blacks, Child Rearing, Counseling, Counselor Client Relationship, Cross Cultural Training, Family Structure, Fathers, Models, Needs Assessment, Racial Relations, Social Support Groups
American Counseling Association, 5999 Stevenson Ave., Alexandria, VA 22304-3300 (Order no. 72710). Tel: 800-347-6647, ext. 222 (Toll Free); Web site: http://www.counseling.org.
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Counselors; Practitioners; Support Staff
Authoring Institution: American Counseling Association, Alexandria, VA.