5 edition of Health & healing for African-Americans found in the catalog.
Health & healing for African-Americans
|Other titles||Health and healing for African-Americans|
|Statement||edited by Sheree Crute ; foreword by Joycelyn Elders.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 583 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||583|
“An honest, compelling, surprising, and vastly reassuring book about the spiritual life of women This landmark book is spiritual precisely because it is authentic.”—Joan Borysenko, Ph.D., author of Minding the Body, Mending the MindWith a foreword by. Black American Feminism Web site, where one will find an extensive bibliography of Black American Feminist writings from across the disciplines, dating back to the early nineteenth century when African American women like Maria Stewart, Anna Julia Cooper and Sojourner Truth challenged the conventions and mores of their era to speak publicly against slavery and in support of Black womenÕs rights.
However Mama’s mental health issues emerge and spiral out of control. The sisters are thrown together to grapple with big decisions. For Black Girls Like Me raises timely questions about race, identity, and mental health issues that will foster excellent classroom discussions. It is an outstanding work of fiction and belongs in every school. Welcome to videos of The Natural Healing Show for UK Health Radio with host Catherine Carrigan. The Natural Healing Show empowers you to achieve exceptional levels of health and well-being through discovering the healing power of nature and natural health. Every week, the Natural Healing Show reaches o listeners on UK Health Radio, which [ ].
It has been noted that in African American families prayer is often used to cope with physical health (e.g., pain or cancer) and mental distress (e.g., acting out behaviors, depression, or grief).Dr. Holistic Health care does not deny the need for Allopathic Medicine (Drugs and Surgery) In Certain Cases. NATURAL MEDICINE simply offers a safe, non-intrusive, organic approach to healing the person as opposed to medicating symptoms of a disease. Dr. Afrika is the leading authority on African Holistic Health in the world.
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Health & Healing for African-Americans is an encyclopedia of medical advice and treatment prescribed by leading African-American physicians. It offers a clear description of each condition, followed by home remedies, medical treatments, and strategies that have a proven track record in managing and preventing these pressing health problems/5(2).
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Faith, Health, and Healing in African American Life is the latest addition in the Praeger Religion, Health and Healing series. With its first book published inthis series was designed to explore healing as it is practiced in diverse cultures in the United by: 1.
Faith, health, and healing in African American life / "This book offers a better understanding of the varieties of religiously based approaches to healing and alternative models of healing and health found in black communities in the United States.
African Herbal Remedies Dr. Paul Goss, founder and president of NEW BODY PRODUCTS, was the eighth child of ten born to Sam and Annie Goss of Canton, Georgia. He grew up in a small company town called Alcoa, Tennessee. PREFACE: The title of this book is Shifting your Paradigm for Optimum Health and Longevity: A Model of Health and Healing for African-Americans, encapsulates the need for a paradigm shift in the lives of African-Americans as it pertains to their health and wellbeing/5.
"Faith, Health, and Healing in African American Life magnificently weaves together the experiences and analysis of diverse scholars, from an interreligious perspective to excavate the communal aspects of faith, health (activities that foster healing and wholeness), and healing.
This book is a must read for those curious about or committed to Price: $ Faith, health, and healing in African American life / "This book offers a better understanding of the varieties of religiously based approaches to healing and alternative models of healing and health found in black communities in the United States.
Contributors address the communal aspects of faith and health and explore the contexts in which. Now Available. We can’t deny it any longer: there is a Black mental health crisis.
This book is an exploration of Black mental health in today’s world, the forces that have undermined mental health progress for African Americans, and what needs to happen for African Americans to heal psychological distress, find community, and undo years of stigma and marginalization in order to access.
The study of African American women's understandings of healing, health, and faith greatly informs the definition of black spirituality.
Using ethnography and cultural studies, this essay focuses on this web of topics, with special attention to a sample of black women in the Detroit, Michigan metropolitan by: 2. Try these African healing methods to begin the journey back to the soul.
American culture smacks of rugged individualism and a “can-do, can’t-fail” attitude. In this youth-oriented, future-focused nation, an irrational desire for material success drives the culture and economy. Overview: African Americans and Healing. As you may have gleaned from the introduction to this section, investigating the experience of health and healing among African Americans in 18th-century Philadelphia is not a straightforward exercise.
There is no “definitive” book on the healing beliefs and practices of this particular group of. Pastoral Care, Health, Healing, and Wholeness in African Contexts [Tapiwa Mucherera] is 20% off every day at Pastoral theologians from Congo, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa, and Zimbabwe address, in this book, the issues of.
Such folk practices shape the concepts about healing that are diffused throughout African American communities and are expressed in myriad ways, from faith healing to making a mojo. Stephanie Y. Mitchem presents a fascinating study of African American healing.
Traditional Healing Methods The health care beliefs and practices of African Americans are diverse & complex, crossing ethnic, cultural, and social boundaries. Culture influences individuals’ expectations and perceptions about health, illness, and disease. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xx, pages): map: Contents: Ancestral songs --Natural/supernatural: African American hoodoo narratives of sickness and healing / Yvonne P.
Chireau --Holistic health and healing: environmental racism and ecological justice / Dwight N. Hopkins --Health and healing across the diaspora --Bodies in time. Get this from a library. Faith, health, and healing in African American life.
[Stephanie Y Mitchem; Emilie Maureen Townes;] -- "This book offers a better understanding of the varieties of religiously based approaches to healing and alternative models of healing and health found in black communities in the United States. African Americans may be reluctant to discuss mental health issues and seek treatment because of the shame and stigma associated with such conditions.
Many African Americans also have trouble recognizing the signs and symptoms of mental health conditions, leading to underestimating the effects and impact of mental health conditions. African Holistic Health.
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For non-Hispanic whites the projected life expectancies are years, with years for women, and years for men. African Americans in Medicine Supporting the theme of this year’s annual multi-city tour, The Power of Creative Arts in Health & Healing, HFAS will recognize the contributions of African Americans in Medicine selected regionally from various medical institutions in a celebration of “African Americans in Medicine.”.Mental Health.
African Americans are about 20 percent more likely than the general population of the U.S. to suffer from a major mental health condition like depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Reasons for this may include the link to violence. African Americans are more likely to be victims of violence or to witness violence.'Alternative' Health Care and African-Americans Ed Gordon continues his discussion on how "alternative" health treatments have become more accepted in African-American communities.
He talks with.