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Almeida, R. Mentoring in the evolving context of diversity.AFTA
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Almeida, R., Messineo, T., Woods, R., & Font, R. (1994). Violence
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Almeida, R. (1997). An interview with Rhea Almeida. Journal of feminist
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Almeida, R. (1997). Has the focus on multiculturalism resulted in
inadequate attention to factors such as gender, social class, and sexual orientation? In D. deAnda (Ed.), Controversial issues in multiculturalism (pp. 261-275). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
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Almeida, R. & Parker, L., (1998). Balance as fairness for whom?
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Intersectionality of race, gender, and culture. In R. Almeida (Ed.), Transformations of gender and race (pp. 23-47). New York: Haworth Press.
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context model. In M. McGoldrick (Ed.), Re-visioning family therapy: Race, culture, gender in clinical practice (pp. 414-431). New York: Guilford Press.
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Publications on the Cultural Context Model
- Parker, L. (2003). A Social justice model for clinical social work.
Affilia, 18, 272-288.
- Parker, L. (2008). The Cultural Context Model: A Case Study of
Social Justice-Based Clinical Practice. Social Justice in Context. 3, 25-40.
- Hernández, P. Siegel, A. & Almeida, R. (2009). How does the cultural
context model facilitate therapeutic change? Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. 35(1), 97-110.
- Pilar Hernandez, Rhea Almeida & Ken Dolan-Delvecchio Critical
Consciousness, Accountability, and Empowerment: Key Processes for Helping Families Heal.
- Almeida, R.V. Encyclopedia of Social Work Online (2013).Cultural
- Almeida, R. & Bograd, M. (1991). Sponsorship: Men holding men
accountable for domestic Violence. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 25, 243-256.