Immigrant Children and Youth: Psychological Challenges (Hardcover)

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Description


This book is intended to inform both the general public and professionals working with immigrant children and adolescents about the importance and complexity of addressing their psychological issues and experiential challenges. The work covers the topic of immigrant children's mental health from multiple perspectives while maintaining a focus on developmental needs and identifying the specific problems posed by linguistic and cultural transition.

The chapters present case studies and vignettes that serve to illustrate the topics, providing vivid depictions of mental health issues and highlighting the importance of specific interventions. As new immigrant groups continue to settle in the United States, the social and emotional well-being of their children has far-reaching implications for the future of our society, making this volume of critical significance to therapists, educators, policymakers, child advocates, and other audiences.

About the Author


Alberto M. Bursztyn, PhD, is professor of school psychology at Brooklyn College, NY.Carol Korn-Bursztyn, PsyD, is a psychologist and psychoanalyst, and professor of school psychology at Brooklyn College, NY.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781440803154
ISBN-10: 1440803153
Publisher: Praeger
Publication Date: September 1st, 2015
Pages: 216
Language: English