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By Dr Pamela A Hays, Gayle Y Iwamasa PH.D.

Integrating cultural affects into cognitive behavioural remedy (CBT), this booklet describes the applying of CBT with humans of various cultures and discusses how therapists can refine CBT to extend its effectiveness with consumers of many cultures.

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1990). The main distinctions are the use of marginal instead of transitional, and the inclusion of AMERICAN INDIANS 27 the pantraditional category. According to Garrett and Pichette, the marginal individual may speak both languages but has lost touch with Native cultural ways and is not fully accepted or comfortable in the mainstream society. The pantraditional category of acculturation describes the American Indian who has only been exposed to or adopts some mainstream values but has made a conscious effort to return to the old ways.

E. (1992). A cognitive-behavioral approach to drug abuse prevention and intervention with American Indian youth. In L. A. Vargas & J. D. ), Working with culture: Psychotherapeutic interventions with ethnic minority children and adolescents (pp. 246-275). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Trimble, J. , Fleming, C. , & Jumper-Thurman, P. (1996). Essential cultural and social strategies for counseling Native American Indians. In P. B. Pedersen, J. G. Draguns, W. J. Lonner, & J. E. , pp. 177-209). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

It is unnecessary to graphically describe Billy's accounts. Suffice it to say they were often horrific, and over the course of the 8 weeks of treatment, the depth and scope of what he had endured were astonishing. Honorably discharged in 1972, Billy spent several years "drifting around" southern California working sporadically as a day laborer for area produce farmers. He reported difficulty sleeping because of intrusive images, racing thoughts, and combat-related nightmares. " He found himself becoming increasingly dependent on alcohol and began experiencing flashbacks during the day.

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