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This study examined the relationship between age and gender on Chinese American adults’ (N = 184) experiences of COVID‐19‐related racial discrimination, depression, and life satisfaction. Results indicated that COVID‐19‐related racial discrimination explained 47.9% of the variance in depression,...
This article examines how the trauma of historical and structural racism affects one's health and well‐being across the life span, specifically for African Americans identified as descendants of Africans enslaved in the United States (DAEUS). Counselors are provided with antiracist strategies to...
The experiences of African American couples facing prostate cancer include cancer concerns that intersect with sexuality, older age, and culture. We provide a review of concerns and counseling strategies and present an integrative approach through a case study. Future research on testing such...
As Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) endure losses throughout the life span, their grief can impede daily functioning and interactions. This is especially true for older individuals (age 65 and over) who have a history of losses and traumatic experiences. We describe BIPOC's common...
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