Southeast asian academic therapy
Examining the Academic AchievementDelinquency
The extent to which poor academic achievement is strongly related to delinquency among Southeast Asian Americans (SEAA) remains unclear; reasons are methodological limitations and aggregated findings for Asian Americans, which mask evidence that SEAA have a higher prevalence of criminality and poor academic performance than other Asian American groups.
The impact of refugee resettlement on Southeast Asian
Through a review of the literature and reflection on the authors previous working experience among the Southeast Asian clients, this article attempts to examine the impact of the refugee resettlement process on the Southeast Asian adolescents and young adults mental health, and to highlight the implications for occupational therapy practice.
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Journal of Southeast Asian Studies on JSTOR
This report describes a oneyear experience with a new program of group therapy for Southeast Asians who were treated in a psychiatric program for Indochinese refugees. Cultural factors involving communication styles, respect for authority, and traditional social relationships greatly influence the