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Multicultural Counseling with Teenage Fathers

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
Overview of Book
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
Anglo-American Teenage Fathers
African-American Teenage Fathers
Hispanic-American Teenage Fathers
Other Culture-Specific Considerations
Summary and Case Studies
Implications for Training and Research

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