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Fall-Winter 2012 Volume 29 No 2

Latina/o Mental Health

Latina/o Mental Health

As our nation’s demographics shift,the need to revisit and reexamine our therapeutic, educational,and professional approaches becomes critical. In particular, as Latina/o communities have become the largest ethno-cultural communities in the nation and in many locations no longer occupy a minority status, our attention and reexamination should begin with these communities.

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Issue: Fall-Winter 2012 Volume 29 No 2

Class Notes, Fall-Winter 2012

Alumni ’83 Dr. Claudette S. McLinn (MS ’83, EdD ’06) is currently the executive director for the Center for the Study of Multicultural Children’s Literature. She served as the first African American chair of the Pura Belpré Medal Award Committee, as member of the Newberry Medal Award Committee, the Coretta Scott King Book Award Jury, and is …

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Issue: Fall-Winter 2012 Volume 29 No 2

Lessons I Learned Along the Way

Berendo Junior High School is located on a six-acre campus in the heart of mid-city Los Angeles, and has an enrollment of 3,300 students. During my time there as principal, I learned several key lessons that apply equally well to education and mental health professionals across a wide variety of organizations. Here are five of them.

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Issue: Fall-Winter 2012 Volume 29 No 2