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Hernández-Wolfe, Pilar, 1967-
A borderlands view on Latinos, Latin Americans, and decolonization : rethinking mental health / Pilar Hernández-Wolfe
Production, publication, distribution, manufacture, copyright Lanham : Jason Aronson, [2013]
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 3rd Floor  E184.M47 H37 2013    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Mestizos -- Mental health -- United States
Hispanic Americans -- Mental health
Latin Americans -- Mental health -- United States
Immigrants -- Mental health -- United States
Decolonization -- United States -- Psychological aspects
Borderlands -- United States -- Psychological aspects
Subject United States -- Ethnic relations -- Psychological aspects
Subject(s) Psychotherapy -- United States
Social justice -- United States
Physical Description xv, 141 pages ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 123-137) and index
Contents Chapter 1. Borderland Experiences : Migrations and Crosslinks -- Survival and Resistance/Resilience -- The Right to Be and the Journey to Coexist -- Decolonial Thought -- Chapter 2. A New Musical Score, a Horizon, and Possibilities for Meaning Making : A Decolonization Paradigm -- Colonialism -- Colonization of Being -- Coloniality -- "The Hubris of the Zero Point" -- Standpoint Epistemology -- Decolonization -- A Practical Illustration -- Summary -- Chapter 3. Nepantla : A Borderland Epistemology -- About Gloria Anzaldúa -- Nepantla : A Borderland Epistemology -- Coatlicue, Nepantla, and Mestiza Consciousness -- Mestiza Consciousness Journeys -- Intersecting Identities -- Intersectionality -- "We Don't Have These Problems Here; These Problems Occur in the U.S., not Here" -- Social Location and Epistemic Location -- Los Encuentros de Voces (Gathering of Voices) : A Nepantla Space -- Summary -- Chapter 4. Trauma, Resistance/Resilience, and the Colonial Difference -- Traumatic Stress and Resilience -- Resistance, Solidarity, Hope, and Liberation -- Nepantla : A Standpoint from Which to Address Trauma, Resistance, and Solidarity -- Chapter 5. Just and Loving Relationships Heal -- Power Differential Analysis -- Symptoms, Social Location, and Social Context -- A Team Approach with Embedded Structures for Empowerment and Accountability -- Redefinition of the Role of the Therapist -- Just Therapy -- Culture -- Socioeconomic Context -- The Just Therapy Process -- Transformative Family Therapy -- Sponsorship -- Critical Consciousness -- Accountability -- Empowerment -- Multisystemic Processes -- Cultural Equity -- A Symptomatic Child and an Affair -- Chapter 6. Thoughts Unfinished -- The Web of Life -- Cultural Equity and Cultural Humility -- Connection and Dialogue with Those for Whom Coloniality Is a Felt Experience -- The Basket of Knowledge and the Sweetening of the Word -- Appendix A

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