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by Christina Harlan,Linda Ko,Irwin Stern,Deborah E. Bender
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Psychology & Counseling
  • Author:
    Christina Harlan,Linda Ko,Irwin Stern,Deborah E. Bender
  • ISBN:
    0826341314
  • ISBN13:
    978-0826341310
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  • Publisher:
    University of New Mexico Press (December 1, 2006)
  • Pages:
    150 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Psychology & Counseling
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  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    225
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Paso a Paso focuses on learning, practicing, and speaking both standard and colloquial Spanish for an office setting. The accompanying CD presents dialogues in which Latino patients interact with health professionals using a variety of accents and levels of fluency

Paso a Paso focuses on learning, practicing, and speaking both standard and colloquial Spanish for an office setting. The accompanying CD presents dialogues in which Latino patients interact with health professionals using a variety of accents and levels of fluency. Like the book, the CD will be useful in workshops, work-site training, and individual learning. The chapter structure permits work-site training of an hour a day for six weeks. The CD will not be sold separately.

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This book is similar in design to other books in the Paso a Paso Series for Health Care Professionals. This package is specifically for mental health workers attempting to break through language and cultural barriers between English- and Spanish- speaking participants. The suggested application is a small group setting in the workplace in which a fluent Spanish speaker serves as a facilitator at one-hour sessions held once a week. The learner is expected to work daily on exercises and practice listening and responding to the accompanying audio files.

The premise is that the beginning learner will not be alone in a situation where a conversation is beyond their ability but will be part of a team and will acquire greater competency through active, on-the-job speaking and listening.

All too often non-English-speaking newcomers are isolated, separated from the family support systems they once enjoyed in their native countries. They are overwhelmed and don't realize assistance is available to address the depression, anger, and frustration they are feeling. This handbook will help mental health and social workers reach across language barriers to help their clients.


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I ordered this book to help me study mental health terminology for a Spanish bilingual certification exam that was heavily clinical. I definitely appreciated the way this book categorized different clinical scenarios in each chapter and felt that the vignettes provided were realistic and relevant to my everyday work with clients in this field. Specifically, each chapter deals with a different aspect of clinical work, such as intake assessments, explaining substance abuse assessment and treatment, and domestic violence. I appreciated being able to learn new terminology in each of these areas, in addition to being able to see specific phrasing for evaluations and assessments. As somebody who speaks some Spanish (but by no means a native speaker), I do believe that this book helped to improve my vocabulary, highlighted important aspects of Spanish culture, and provided useful exercises for groups of practitioners who are learning Spanish together.
The reason for my three star review is that this book seems to be made for groups of people, rather than an individual practitioner. Several of the exercises in each chapter are geared toward working in small groups. While it is definitely necessary to practice Spanish with others, I had to skip these activities when working at home on my own. Second, the audio CD is awful. In my opinion, the purpose of listening to Spanish is to learn pronunciation of terms and to gain a feel for the fluidity of the language. The individuals on the CD are either not native speakers or chose to speak poorly based on the audience. I think the CD was made for people with a very limited understanding of the language, rather than anybody who is working to improve upon a pre-existing base. For this reason, I think the book is a good starting point but should definitely be supplemented with another book.
Kajikus
My Spanish is pretty good, but I bought this book to improve my knowledge of mental health terms because I am going to be working with Spanish speaking clients. I had a couple of books to choose from on Amazon, but decided to buy this one because it comes with a CD. I thought that hearing the CD would be a good refresher since I have not had the opportunity to converse in Spanish for a while. The books is really good it runs you through different scenarios in a mental health setting and has great exercises. I think it will be very helpful in my work. Buuuuut, I was outraged by the CD!!! Most of the speakers who role play practitioners have TERRIBLE Gringo accents and MISPRONOUNCE many of the words. I can't believe that they are selling a tape to teach people a language when the people on the tape sound like they need lessons themselves!!!So, the book will help improve your MH vocabulary and grammar, but the CD sucks!!!
Vikus
Much better than prior books. Recommended to those who speak Spanish or have some knowledge of Spanish and need to improve their language for mental health.
Nenayally
It took me a year before I was ready for this book. After a year of classes I tested at the intermediate level and only then did this book become something I could really use. Now it is a very useful tool because I understand the various tenses and subtle characteristics of the language used in this book.

The dialogues on CD are helpful but the recording quality is poor.

I highly recommend this AFTER one gets a firm foundation in the language. If you get it befor then, it will only be frustrating.
Maucage
Wasn't specific to my needs as a clinician
Kale
I agree with other reviewers that you need to have a little bit of background in Spanish to use this book. I haven't studied Spanish in many years, but I'm able to use this book with no problem. I like it--short and sweet, and full of phrases I need to know as a psychotherapist. It may not be the only book I need to buy to get prepared to do counseling in Spanish, but it's a great start.
Grinin
Unless you were in AP classes in high school and/or college, this book is not for you. As a native speaker and Spanish teacher (now teaching adults), I researched and came upon this book, which I thought would help me in designing a curriculum for beginner mental health professionals. It served no purpose. It was filled with dialogue; but unless you have a strong command of the Spanish grammar, it will not help. I guess what gets to me more than anything is you cannot "see" inside the book and get an idea of the table of contents. Also, NO WHERE in the book does it say YOU MUST HAVE a strong background of Spanish to be able to decipher the mumbo jumbo.
It wasn't that great