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Enhancing Group Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Hispanic/Latino Clients with Depression : Recommendations for Culturally Sensitive Practice

  title={Enhancing Group Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Hispanic/Latino Clients with Depression : Recommendations for Culturally Sensitive Practice},
  author={Elizabeth Suarez Kuneman},
Using a qualitative approach, this study explored the process of developing treatment suggestions for adding cultural sensitivity to an empirically supported, group cognitivebehavioral therapy (CBT) treatment manual for Hispanic/Latino clients with depression. Suggestions were formulated through the implementation of one vignette centered on a male character, addressing Hispanic/Latino cultural values as described in the literature. This researcher sought bilingual mental health providers… 

Culturally sensitive counselling with Hispanic/Latino clients

The underutilization of mental health services by ethnic minorities has been a growing concern in research and clinical practice. This is of increasing importance for Hispanic/Latinos in the United

Depression and diabetes comorbidity: psychotherapy treatment preferences among a predominantly mexican sample of primary care patients with diabetes

Testing whether educating Latino diabetics about treatment options for depression would differentiate their choice of one treatment over the other showed that participants preferred all treatments over cognitive therapy and that cultural variables were related to treatment rationale selection.

Causal attribution for mental illness in Cuba: A thematic analysis

The findings might be related to Cubans' socio-centric personal orientation, the cultural value of familismo and common daily experiences within socialist Cuban society, as well as to social stigma and help-seeking behavior.

Study design to evaluate cognitive behavioral therapy among a diverse sample of adults with a first-time DUI offense

A randomized trial of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) compared to usual care in DUI programs for individuals with a first-time offense and at-risk drinking and develops a new model of care by providing treatment in DUI Programs to reduce disparities associated with poor treatment access.

Study design to evaluate a group-based therapy for support persons of adults on buprenorphine/naloxone

This study will evaluate whether the adapted intervention, also known as integrating support persons into recovery (INSPIRE), is effective in increasing patient retention on buprenorphine when compared to usual care.



Culturally Responsive Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: Assessment, Practice, and Supervision

CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY: ASSESSMENT, PRACTICE, AND SUPERVISION. Pamela A. Hays and Gayle Y. Iwamasa (Eds.), 2000. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Developing culturally competent marriage and family therapists: guidelines for working with Hispanic families.

This content analysis of the available treatment literature generated several specific guidelines that can be used in training and evaluating culturally competent therapists for culturally competent therapy with Hispanic families.

Culturally Competent Psychotherapy

  • H. LoK. Fung
  • Psychology
    Canadian journal of psychiatry. Revue canadienne de psychiatrie
  • 2003
Developing both generic and specific cultural competencies will enhance clinician effectiveness in psychotherapy, as well as in other cross-cultural therapeutic encounters.

Cognitive behavioral therapy with Latinos

The efficacy of cognitive-behavioral and interpersonal treatments for depression in Puerto Rican adolescents.

This study evaluated the efficacy of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) with depressed adolescents in Puerto Rico and suggested that both IPT and CBT are efficacious treatments for depressed Puerto Rican adolescents.

Depression in US Hispanics: diagnostic and management considerations in family practice.

To help reduce the number of depressed Hispanic patients who pass through primary care undetected or inadequately treated, family physicians should make a concerted effort to increase their awareness of the presentation of major depression in this population and actively promote adherence to effective treatments.

Latino Immigrant Men's Perceptions of Depression and Attitudes Toward Help Seeking

Perceptions of depression, attitudes toward depression treatments, help-seeking preferences, and perceived barriers to care were examined in a sample of 56 Latino immigrant men recruited from a

Cognitive-behavioral therapy for depression in low-income and minority medical outpatients: Description of a program and exploratory analyses

This article describes the treatment of depression in low-income and ethnic minority medical outpatients with cognitive-behavioral therapy and also reports on preliminary analyses of effectiveness as

Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice

Preface About the Authors Section One the Multiple Dimensions of Multicultural Counseling and Therapy Part I: The Affective and Conceptual Dimensions of Multicultural Counseling and Therapy Chapter 1