cultural formulation

cultural formulation

A systematic review of a person's cultural background and the role of culture in the manifestation of symptoms and dysfunction. It includes the cultural identity of the individual, cultural explanations of the illness, cultural factors related to the environment and individual functioning, cultural elements of the clinician-patient relationship, and a general discussion of how cultural considerations may influence the diagnosis and treatment of a psychiatric illness.
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The Cultural Formulation Interview (CFI) in the DSM-5 and the CFI-Informant Version for family members provide a framework to explore these questions and the questions recommended in the Family Perspective throughout treatment.
The Cultural Formulation model in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-V, American Psychiatric Association, 2013) is a valuable tool for articulating the value of self and other.
Among the topics are schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders, religious and spiritual issues in personality disorders, religious and spiritual issues in the outline for cultural formulation, and mapping the logical geography of delusion and spiritual experience.
He produced a DVD titled "The Culture of Emotions" that was based on the DSM-IV Outline for Cultural Formulation.
Secondly, the Arab population in Israel is one national group whose social and cultural formulation since 1948 enjoys collective aspects, and it lives in four major geographic areas: Galilee, the Triangle region, the Negev, and mixed cities.
The DSM-5 Cultural Formulation Interview (CFI), a standardized method for conducting a cultural assessment in mental health care, could help the clinician elicit the patient's understanding of the problem, its causes and contextual stressors and supports, cultural identity, the cultural features of the relationship between the patient and the clinician, and options for self-coping and clinical care.
of California, Davis, School of Medicine) cites the American Psychiatric Association's Outline for Cultural Formulation (1994, 2000) as the impetus for this handbook.
Practicing clinicians also will find the DSM-5 Outline for Cultural Formulation and Cultural Formulation Interview to be a helpful clinical tool for eliciting and organizing cultural information, and in differential diagnosis and treatment planning.
LOS ANGELES--Enhancements to the Cultural Formulation are among the changes in the DSM.
Hain-Jamall posits that the current ecological crisis is firmly rooted in the historical and cultural formulations and biases of the West.
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