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Multicultural Counseling with Teenage Fathers
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Multicultural Counseling with Teenage Fathers
A Practical Guide

  • Mark S. Kiselica - Iona College, USA, Trenton State College, USA, The College of New Jersey, USA


September 1995 | 440 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
An unplanned pregnancy in adolescence can be a crisis not only for young unmarried mothers, but also for unmarried fathers of the same age group. This landmark volume is the first in-depth, practical guide to counselling teenage fathers.

Taking a multicultural perspective, the volume addresses issues that may have a bearing on a young man's adjustment to fatherhood, such as his relationships with his parents, his child, the mother of his child, her parents and his peers.

Leo Hendricks
Foreword
 
Overview of Book
 
PART ONE: UNIVERSAL CONSIDERATIONS
 
A Profile of the Teenage Father
 
Program Development, Outreach Considerations and Case Management Issues
 
Pregnancy Resolution and Legal Considerations
 
Addressing Issues with the Extended Family and Peers
Mark S Kiselica, James C Stroud and Judith E Stroud
Preparation for Fatherhood
 
Educational and Career Counseling
 
PART TWO: CULTURE-SPECIFIC CONSIDERATIONS
 
Anglo-American Teenage Fathers
 
African-American Teenage Fathers
 
Hispanic-American Teenage Fathers
 
Other Culture-Specific Considerations
 
PART THREE
 
Summary and Case Studies
 
PART FOUR
 
Implications for Training and Research

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