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Therapy for Chinese / Asian Americans
Pre-Marital Counseling Asian-American Style, Part One - The Good Book Blog - Biola University
Daniel W. Wong, Ph. There has been a sizable growth in the proportion of multicultural populations in the United States from , and an even larger proportion of culturally different populations is projected for the year Persons with disabilities, in particular, from Hispanic and Asian cultures represent a substantial proportion of the disabled population in the United States. Recent legislation mandates practices relevant to the rehabilitation, independent living, and employment needs of persons with disabilities in multicultural communities.
Why Asian Americans Struggle To Seek Therapy
The most obvious hurdle is the relatively small number of Asians in the U. According to Census Bureau estimates, 5. A typical survey of the U. This threshold reflects the way in which many researchers attempt to balance survey cost with survey quality: A national sample of 1, interviews yields reasonably good precision for major subgroups defined by gender, age, race and ethnicity; much larger sample sizes will reduce the margin of error minimally but also make polls much more expensive.
Recently, a friend contacted me and asked for a resource in pre-marital counseling that would be specific to some of the unique cultural needs of an Asian-American couple. I thought about this for a while and realized that I was not familiar with such a curriculum. This first blog will summarize some of those insights. Simply put, the biggest difference in counseling an Asian-American couple in pre-marital counseling boils down to issues related to family relationships, especially in regards to parents and in-laws.