Title

Latino Adolescents’ Experiences Of Culturally Accommodated Group Therapy Viewed Through The Final Session

Date

5-26-2016 9:00 AM

End Time

26-5-2016 9:15 AM

Location

WUC Santiam Room

Department

Behavioral Sciences

Session Chair

Jaime M. Cloud

Session Title

Behavioral Sciences

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Stephanie Hoover

Presentation Type

Presentation

Abstract

The purpose of the study is to understand Latino adolescents’ experience of group therapy. This study contrasts Latino adolescents in culturally accommodated and standard therapy. This study examines the content of the final group therapy session of culturally-accommodated CBT (A-CBT) and standard CBT (S-CBT) for substance use. Transcripts from 10 different 90-minute group sessions were analyzed with consensual qualitative research. The average adolescent (N=70) was a 15 year-old Mexican-American male who spoke Spanish at home and preferred English. The presentation will describe initial analysis and results.

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May 26th, 9:00 AM May 26th, 9:15 AM

Latino Adolescents’ Experiences Of Culturally Accommodated Group Therapy Viewed Through The Final Session

WUC Santiam Room

The purpose of the study is to understand Latino adolescents’ experience of group therapy. This study contrasts Latino adolescents in culturally accommodated and standard therapy. This study examines the content of the final group therapy session of culturally-accommodated CBT (A-CBT) and standard CBT (S-CBT) for substance use. Transcripts from 10 different 90-minute group sessions were analyzed with consensual qualitative research. The average adolescent (N=70) was a 15 year-old Mexican-American male who spoke Spanish at home and preferred English. The presentation will describe initial analysis and results.