A Borderlands View on Latinos, Latin Americans, and Decolonization: Rethinking Mental Health
October 24, 2013
Pilar Hernandez-Wolfe, associate professor of counseling psychology, offers a borderlands perspective on mental health to assist those involved in Latino culture in understanding how the colonization of the Americas is still tied to current issues of migration, identity, trauma, and resistance. It addresses well-being through the integration of a decolonization paradigm, borderlands theory, and social justice approaches in couple and family therapy.
Jason Aronson, 2013. 158 pages.