"Until recently, the topic of marital violence has not received much attention among researchers who study Asian American socio-psychological issues. However, marital violence does indeed occur among Asian Americans," stated Dhindsa in the press release.
Zane will present the team's research findings this week in San Francisco, at meetings of the Asian American Psychological Association and American Psychological Association:
* Conceptions of 'Face' among Chinese: Clinical and Community Interventions," at 5:15 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 16, at the Asian American Psychological Association meeting, Alliant International University, One Beach Street, San Francisco
* "Beyond Ethnic Match: Effects of Client-Therapist Cognitive Match on Outcomes," in a symposium titled "Ethnic Matching in Psychotherapy-Research Foundations and Future Directions" at 2 p.m. Friday, Aug. 17, in Moscone Center room 2011 at the American Psychological Association meeting.
* Therapist Ethnicity and Treatment Orientation Differences in Cultural Competencies," in the "Improving Practice-Focus on Ethnic Psychology" poster session at 11 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 20, in Moscone Halls ABC at the American Psychological Association meeting.
photo credit to: Marga Serrano