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Guess Who's Coming to Therapy? Getting Comfortable With Conversations About Race and Ethnicity in Psychotherapy
The ability to conduct psychotherapy effectively with racially and ethnically diverse populations is becoming increasingly important given the changing demographics of this country. Recent estimatesExpand
The Prevention of Depressive Symptoms in Low-Income Minority Middle School Students
We present data on the efficacy of the Penn Resiliency Program (PRP) with lowincome minority children. This school-based depression prevention program teaches cognitive and social problem-solvingExpand
Cultural adaptations to empirically supported treatments: A research agenda.
The movement to establish uniform standards for the identification of empirically supported treatments (EST) has contributed to an impressive growth in the number of treatments deemed to have strongExpand
Family functioning and depression in low-income Latino couples.
Although extensive research has found a strong relationship between poor family functioning and depression, previous research has not examined this relationship among low-income Latinos. In thisExpand
The prevention of depressive symptoms in low-income, minority children: two-year follow-up.
We present 2-year follow-up data on the efficacy of the Penn Resiliency Program (PRP), a school-based depression prevention program, with low-income, racial/ethnic minority children. This programExpand
Help Seeking and Help Receiving for Emotional Distress Among Latino Men and Women
In this study, we examined help-seeking pathways and help-receiving experiences among Latinos, a population that has been shown to underutilize mental health services. We used the qualitativeExpand
Parent-Child Communication and Parental Involvement in Latino Adolescents
This study examines the associations among parent-child relationship characteristics, acculturation and enculturation, and child externalizing symptoms in a sample of 40 Latino parent-adolescentExpand
Interparental Conflict, Parenting, and Childhood Depression in a Diverse Urban Population: The Role of General Cognitive Style
Research on the mechanisms by which interparental conflict (IPC) affects child depression suggests that both parenting and children’s conflict appraisals play important roles, but few studies haveExpand
Brave new world: mental health experiences of Puerto Ricans, immigrant Latinos, and Brazilians in Massachusetts.
Depression and anxiety are of the most commonly occurring mental health disorders in the United States. Despite a variety of efficacious interventions for depression and anxiety, it is clear thatExpand
Self-Esteem in Pure Bullies and Bully/Victims: A Longitudinal Analysis
Past research on the self-esteem of bullies has produced equivocal results. Recent studies have suggested that the inconsistent findings may be due, in part, to the failure to account forExpand