Titel: Women with Visible and Invisible Disabilities: Multiple Intersections, Multiple Issues, Multiple Therapies
Herausgegeben von Martha Banks, Ellyn Kaschak
HAWORTH PR INC
Oktober 2003 - kartoniert - 382 Seiten
This thoughtful collection addresses the issues faced by women with disabilities, examines the social construction of disability, and makes suggestions for the development and modification of culturally relevant therapy to meet the needs of disabled women. Written in an accessible style with a minimum of jargon, this book provides clinical material from the perspectives of psychotherapists, clients, personal assistants, and health administrators. Women with Visible and Invisible Disabilities also highlights the importance of considering age, ethnicity, and sexual orientation in its examination of feminist approaches to assessment, psychotherapy, disability management (coping), and discusses how the Americans with Disabilities Act impacts employment and education for women.
Chin, Foreword. Banks, Preface. Mukherjee, Reis, Heller, Women Living with Traumatic Brain Injury: Social Isolation, Emotional Functioning and Implications for Psychotherapy. Feist-Price, Wright, African American Women Living with HIV/AIDS: Mental Health Issues. Kendall-Tackett, Marshall, Ness, Chronic Pain Syndromes and Violence Against Women. Bagley, Character, Shelton, Eating Disorders Among Urban and Rural African American and European American Women. Hoffschmidt, Weinstein, The Influence of Silent Learning Disorders on the Lives of Women. Poulin, Gouliquer, Part-Time Disabled Lesbian Passing on Roller Blades, or PMS, Prozac, and Essentializing Women's Ailments. Yee, Nguyen, Ha, Chronic Disease Health Beliefs and Lifestyle Practices Among Vietnamese Adults: Influence of Gender and Age. Feldman, Tegart, Keep Moving: Conceptions of Illness and Disability of Middle-Aged African-American Women with Arthritis. Williams, Upadhyay, To Be or Not to Be Disabled. Kemp, Chen, Erickson, Friesen, ADA Accommodations of Therapists with Disabilities in Clinical Training. Neal-Barnett, Mendelson, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in the Workplace: An Invisible Disability. Crawford, Ostrove, Representation of Disability and the Interpersonal Relationships of Women with Disabilities. Dotson, Stinson, Christian, "People Tell Me I Can't Have Sex": Women with Disabilities Share Their Personal Perspectives on Health Care, Sexuality, and Reproductive Rights. Mona, Sexual Options for People with Disabilities: Using Personal Assistance Services for Sexual Expression. Beatty, Substance Abuse, Disabilities, and Black Women: An Issue Worth Exploring. Olkin, Women with Physical Disabilities Who Want to Leave Their Partners: A Feminist and Disability-Affirmative Perspective. Farley, Prostitution and the Invisibility of Harm. Baesler, Derlega, Winstead, Barbee, Prayer as Interpersonal Coping in the Lives of Mothers with HIV. DiCowden, The Call of the Wild Woman: Models of Healing. Corbett, Special Issues in Psychotherapy with Minority Deaf Women. Nabors, Pettee, Womanist Therapy with African American Women with Disabilities. Ackerman, Banks, Assessment, Treatment, and Rehabilitation for Interpersonal Violence Victims: Women Sustaining Head Injuries.
Martha E. Banks, PhD, is a research neuropsychologist in the Research and Development Division of ABackans DCP, Inc., in Akron, Ohio. She has also served as a clinical psychologist with the Brecksville Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Full Professor of Black Studies, and Associate Professor of Psychology at The College of Wooster.