"Race" and Culture: Tools, Techniques and Trainings is a practical resource for trainers who wish to work with the issues raised by racial and cultural diversity in their own agency settings. It is intended as an easy guide and a "hands-on" tool for practitioners (family therapists, clinical psychologists, social workers, GPs, nurses, health visitors, counsellors, teachers, etc), academics, educators and students. It brings together contributions from professional trainers working in multiple and diverse settings. It is aimed both at those who would like to initiate training on diversity in their agency contexts or those who wish to include the important dimensions of "race" and culture into their existing trainings. This book emerged directly from training developed by the authors for professionals working with refugees in their own communities, at the Centre for Cross Cultural Studies at the Institute of Family Therapy.
Table of Contents
Series Editor’s Foreword -- Overview and generic exercises -- Working with refugee and asylum seeking families -- Working with mixed heritage clients and intercultural couples -- Working with clients of mixed heritages -- Working with intercultural couples -- Kinship care: working with children -- Positive practices around “race” and culture -- Postscript -- Training courses taught by Reenee Singh and Sumita Dutta at the Centre for Cross-Cultural Studies at IFT -- Television, film and book resources -- Guide to drawing a basic family genogram -- The Social GRRAACCEESS