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“Remapping the Fabric of the African Self: A Synoptic Theory”
(Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2006-03)
A thorough knowledge of the synoptic structure and contents of the modern African self is essential for an improved understanding of the Africa of the 21st century. This lack has compelled practitioners to continue to use ...
The Shattered Microcosm: Imperatives for Improved Family Therapy in Africa in the 21st Century
(Kluwer Academic Publishers-Plenum Publishers, 2004-06)
This paper provides an in-depth socio-political analysis of the basis for the limits of family therapy in Africa in the last 40 years. The goal is to make more visible the economic, social, political, and cultural factors ...
Decision-Making Therapy in HIV/AIDS: The African Experience
(Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004)
The challenge of providing relevant and sophisticated counseling interventions to people with HIV/AIDS in Africa has greatly intensified. The task has shifted from what it was deemed to entail at the first decade of the ...
Memory and Narrative Healing Processes in HIV Counseling: A View from Africa
(Springer US, 2008-03)
The AIDS pandemic in Africa has wreaked pain on millions of people, particularly the youth. Beyond physical symptoms, the disease destroys the emotional and psychological well-being of its victims and their families. ...
Drivers of climate risk in African agriculture
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2016-05-14)
Climate-related risks to African agriculture are highly contextual. Climatic conditions are changing in diverse agro-ecological environments throughout Africa, and populations are being affected by, and responding to, ...