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TitleIslamophobia and Psychiatry [electronic resource] : Recognition, Prevention, and Treatment / edited by H. Steven Moffic, John Peteet, Ahmed Zakaria Hankir, Rania Awaad
ImprintCham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2019
Edition 1st ed. 2019
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Descript XX, 420 p. 43 illus., 32 illus. in color. online resource


The book begins by covering the general and clinical challenges that are unique to Muslims, drawing from an internationally, ethnically, and intergenerationally diverse pool of experts. The text covers not only how psychiatrists and other clinicians can intervene successfully with patients, but how we as clinicians can have a role in addressing other societally connected mental health challenges arising from Islamophobia. The text addresses three related but distinct areas of interest: Islamophobia as a destructive force, Islam as a religion that is threatened by stigma and misinformation, and the novel intersection of these forces with the field of psychiatry. Islamophobia and Psychiatry is a vital resource for all clinicians and clinicians in training who may encounter patients struggling with these issues, including adult and child psychiatrists, psychologists, primary care physicians, counselors, social workers, and others


Mental Health in the Islamic Golden Era: The Historical Roots of Modern Psychiatry -- Islamophobia: An Introduction to the Academic Field, Methods, and Approaches -- History and Principles of Islam and Islamophobia -- Islamic Perspectives on Psychological and Spiritual Well-Being and Treatment -- Religiosity and Mental Health in Islam -- The Social Psychology and Neurobiology of Intergroup Conflict -- Art for a Better World -- Symbols and Identity in Islamophobia -- Cultural Literacy -- The Cultural Formulation in the Islamophobic Context -- Clinical Assessment Tools for Culturally Competent treatment of Muslim Patients -- Transference and Countertransference in Addressing Islamophobia in a Clinical Practice -- Islamophobia: A Jungian Analytical Perspective -- The Islamophobic Normative Unconscious: Psychoanalytic Considerations -- Challenges of Islamophobia: Psychiatric Considerations for Effectively Working with Muslim Patients -- Understanding Islamophobia and its Effects on Clinicians -- Muslim Psychiatrists in Training Address Islamophobia in Clinical Experiences -- Islamophobia From the American Muslim Perspective -- Islamophobia: A British Muslim Experience -- Islamophobia: Social, Religious, and Clinical Considerations from a Jewish Psychiatrist -- Islamophobia: Social, Religious, and Clinical Considerations from a Christian Psychiatrist -- Addressing the Mental Health Needs of African American Muslims in An Era of Islamophobia -- Islamophobia and Ethical Challenges for LGBT Mental Healthcare -- Islamophobia and the Mental Health of Rohingya Refugees -- Muslim Women and Islamophobia -- Muslim Youth in the Face of Islamophobia: Risk & Resilience -- Children, Adolescents, and Islamophobia -- Muslim Refugees -- A Case Study of the Political Determinants of Division: Muslim Perceptions of British -- Combat Troops -- Community Resilience -- Islamophobia and Public Mental Health: Lessons Learned from Community -- Engaged Projects -- The Psychological Determinants and Social Influences of Violent Extremism

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