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Counseling Latina/Latino Clients (NTSC VIDEO) (Item # 4310617)

by Patricia Arredondo American Psychological Association
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The APA Psychotherapy Video Series presents distinguished psychologists demonstrating specific approaches to a wide range of patient problems. Designed for clinical training and continuing education, these videos were created to provide psychology students and practitioners with expert introductions to various therapeutic approaches and hands-on knowledge of how to treat particular patient issues. Hosted by Jon Carlson and presented by leading therapists, each practical and informative video provides over 100 minutes of insight into the use of specific treatments, including a provocative discussion between the host and the therapist; an actual therapy session with a real client; and a lively question-and-answer exchange with the therapist about the session. Dr. Patricia Arredondo, EdD, is associate vice president and senior advisor for Academic Initiatives with the University Undergraduate Initiatives and professor of Psychology in Education at Arizona State University (ASU). Dr. Arredondo was recently elected president of the American Counseling Association (ACA). Dr. Arredondo was also recognized as a 'Living Legend' by the ACA for her contributions to the development of multicultural counseling competencies, dedication to Latina/Latino issues and her leadership in promoting organizational change through a focus on diversity. She has published widely on these topics. Dr. Arredondo has received numerous awards, including the Dean's Excellence Awards for both diversity and service from the ASU College of Education. She is also a recipient of the Samuel H. Johnson Memorial Award from the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development, the Board of Trustee's Award from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, and the Distinguished Professional Service Award from ACA's Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. Dr. Arredondo was also awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from the University of San Diego. Dr. Arredondo has held leadership positions in many national and local professional organizations. In addition to serving as ACA president, she is past-president of the National Latina/Latino Psychological Association. She has been the president of the Chicano Faculty and Staff Association of ASU, president of the Parents' and Children's Services Board of Directors, and cochair of the Latino Professional Network. Dr. Arredondo currently serves on the Board of Directors for the People of Color Network in Phoenix, Arizona. Prior to coming to ASU, Dr. Arredondo was president of Empowerment Workshops, Inc., based in Boston, Massachusetts. She had been the director of the Bilingual Bicultural Counselor Training Program at Boston University. She received an EdD in counseling psychology from Boston University and an EdM in counseling from Boston College. She also holds a BS in Spanish and Journalism from Kent State University.