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Exploring Immigrant and Sexual Minority Mental Health
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List of Figures and Tables Foreword Peter Gamlin Acknowledgements Introduction to Exploring Immigrant and Sexual Minority Mental Health: Reconsidering Multiculturalism Section 1. Migration Patterns and Diasporic Experiences Introduction 1. Pre-Migration Visions, Reasons for Immigration, and Post-Migration Obstacles and Challenges 2. The Family Context 3. Employment Barriers and Financial Stability 4. Mental Health Concerns Section 2. Identity Development and Models Introduction 5. Ethnic Identity Formation 6. Sexual Identity Development 7. Intersection of Ethnic Identity Formation and Sexual Identity Development Section 3. Emerging Trends in Multicultural Psychotherapy Introduction 8. Cultural Competencies and Clinical Logistics 9. Multi-Theoretical Perspective Applicable to Immigrant and Sexual Minority Populations 10. Diversity and Identity Formation Framework (DIFT) 11. Future Directions and Concluding Thoughts Index

About the Author

Pavna K. Sodhi, EdD, is a psychotherapist, researcher, and educator in Ottawa. Her research merges mental health issues with concepts surrounding identity formation. Her work on immigrant issues, ethnic identity formation, sexual minorities, and multicultural mental health concerns has been featured in both national and international scholarly journals and books. She is fluent in English, French, and Punjabi.

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"The book is timely, and addresses the needs of clinicians and practitioners who work with immigrants and second generation patients/clients. Additionally, it will aid readers who wish to use it as a means to insight and personal growth. Pavna has taken a creative approach to addressing commonly occurring issues and the structure of the book and the chapters have a very practical bend. At the same time, Pavna utilizes creative frameworks to view these issues, e.g., looking at the topics from an individualistic and collectivistic perspective."- Mudita Rastogi, PhD, Aspire Consulting and Therapy, Arlington Heights, IL

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