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Hispanic mental health research

a reference guide
  • 685 Pages
  • 3.85 MB
  • English
University of California Press , Berkeley
Hispanic Americans -- Mental health -- Abstracts., Hispanic Americans -- Mental health services -- Abstr
StatementFrank Newton, Esteban L. Olmedo, Amado M. Padilla.
ContributionsOlmedo, Esteban L., Padilla, Amado M.
LC ClassificationsRC451.5.H57 N48 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination685 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17765672M
ISBN 100520041666

Common mental health conditions among Latinos are generalized anxiety disorder, major depression, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and excessive use of alcohol and drugs. Among Hispanic American immigrants with mental disorders, fewer than 1 in 20 use services from mental health specialists, while fewer than 1 in 10 use services from general health care.

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High mental health stigma in Hispanic is an area of study that requires more attention. There are significant gaps in research on this subject. This is especially true among Hispanic Author: Joanna Marroquin. My research focuses on the epidemiology mental health disorders, suicide and psychosocial stressors among youth, with particular attention to adolescents.

I draw on large surveys within. The Hispanic mental health research book of this book integrates mental health research on Hispanics, and conceptualizes epidemiological and clinical service research as spanning a five-phase temporal sequence.

Literature on the mental health of Hispanics is reviewed in this book, which is organized according to a conceptual framework encompassing clinical service research.

The book's division into Cited by: 7. This is part of our Mental Health & Latino Kids: A Research Review». Community stressors are linked to Latino kids’ depression, etc.

Garcia and Lindgren recruited 53 Latino. Women of Color Health Data Book Mental Health Among Adolescent Females One report determined that the paradox existed for Hispanic women only, and other research has File Size: 2MB.

Enhancing Hispanic Participation in Mental Health Clinical Research: Development of a Spanish-speaking Depression Research Site He is a paid board member of the George West Mental Cited by: Poverty level affects mental health status.

Hispanics living below the poverty level, as compared to Hispanics over twice the poverty level, are over twice as likely to report psychological.

In Mental Health Care for New Hispanic Immigrants: Innovative Approaches in Contemporary Clinical Practice, you will find: detailed research and clinical information about new immigrant Author: Manny J. Gonzales. Hispanic Health Research Center. The Hispanic Health Research Center (HHRC) was established at the Brownsville campus of the UTHealth School of Public Health in.

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The topics tackled by a team of social scientists include adaptation to a new culture in the United States, the role of the family in acculturation, ethnic identification for Hispanics, health and.

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Mental Health Disparities: Hispanics and Latinos Hispanic and Latino Population The U.S. Hispanic/Latino community is very diverse and includes people from many different nations.

: Hispanic Mental Health Research: A Reference Guide (): Padilla, Amado M., Olmedo, Esteban L., Newton, Frank: BooksCited by: As the Hispanic population continues to grow in the United States and states bordering Mexico, so should research focusing on mental health services, and culturally sensitive counseling.

While some believe that Latinos have a negative attitude toward mental health care, and that this explains lower access rates when compared to non-Latino whites, there is very little recent. the population, mental health professionals have begun to recognize that traditional theories are not culturally relevant (Bauer, ; Santi- ago-Rivera, ).Author: Elizabeth Ruiz.

Hispanic immigration in the USA and its effect on many areas of US society are of great relevance to health care, public health, mental health, and medical and social sciences.

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Factors Related to Mental Health Research has shown that Hispanics in the United States are confronted with language barriers, poverty, and discrimination in employment as well as.

Provocative and Informative For more than 30 years, researchers, educators, mental health professionals, sociologists and policy makers have turned to Hispanic Journal of Behavioral. The major areas of research revolve around obesity, diabetes, and their effect on heart disease, liver disease, infectious diseases and mental health.

In addition, the CRU and CCHC serve as. Black, Hispanic children, youth rarely get help for mental health problems Minorities' psychiatric, behavioral problems often result in school punishment or incarceration. Hispanic Heritage Month: Focus on Latino Mental Health Guest blog by: Teresa Chapa, PhD, MPA, Dean of the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) at Alliant International.

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Hortensia Amaro 1. This work was partially supported by Cited by:. Today's research on Hispanic clients, their respective cultures and environments, and their psychological health has led to an explosion of measures tailored to their unique needs.

This. Joe Muñoz,19, has suffered from anxiety and suicidal depression as a result of being bullied during high school. Now he outreaches to other youth who are dealing with.

The Hispanic American population, the second largest and fastest growing minority population in the United States, faces barriers to access to both medical health and Cited by: