Mental Health in a Multi-ethnic Society
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Mental Health in a Multi-ethnic Society

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Introduction. Part I: Current Scene. Fernando, Meanings and Realities. Inyama, Race Relations, Mental Health and Human Rights - The Legal Framework. Fernando, Inequalities and the Politics of 'Race' in Mental Health. Kotecha, Black and Minority Ethnic Women. Bennett, Kalathil, Keating, Race Equality Training in the UK: An Historical Overview. Part II: Confronting Issues. Kapasi, Management Approaches to Effecting Change. Ahmed, Jennings, Dhillon, Innovation in the Voluntary Sector. Ferns, The Challenges of Race Equality and Cultural Capability (RECC) Training. Patel, Developing Psychological Services for Refugee Survivors of Torture. Trivedi, Black Service 'User Involvement' - Rhetoric or Reality? Griffiths, A Programme for Changing Attitudes in the Statutory Sector: Dialogue is Critical. Part III: Making It Happen. Alleyne, Working Therapeutically with Hidden Dimensions of Racism. Malik, Fateh, Haque, The Marlborough Cultural Therapy Centre. Au, Tang, Mental Health Services for Chinese People. Choudhry, Bakhsh, Counselling and Day Care for South Asian People. Stanley, African and Caribbean Mental Health Service in Manchester. Burnett, The Sanctuary Practice in Hackney. Jones, A Movement Led by Black Service Users in South London. Part IV: Lessons For The Future. Fernando, Keating, The Way Ahead.
A guide on issues around race, culture and mental health service provision. It covers issues around mental health service provision for black and minority ethnic (BME) communities, including refugees and asylum seekers; and critical accounts of how these issues may be confronted, with examples of projects that attempt to do just that.