Relevant Films and Sources
- Yidl in the Middle: Growing Up Jewish in Iowa (56 min., New Day Films).
In this autobiographical account, filmmaker Marlene Booth examines how she negotiated the multiple identity groups associated with being an Iowan, a Jew, and a woman.
- Tales From Arab Detroit (45 min., New Day Films).
This video richly documents images from an immigrant Arab American community to show the interweaving of tradition and current trends.
- Ahmed, S. R., Kia-Keating, M., & Tsai, K. H. (2011). A structural model of racial discrimination, acculturative stress, and cultural resources among Arab American adolescents. American Journal of Community Psychology, 48(3–4), 181–192.
- Baggerly, J., & Abugideiri, S. E. (2010). Grief counseling for Muslim preschool and elementary school children. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 38(2), 112–124.
- Chaudhry, S., & Li, C. (2011). Is solution-focused brief therapy culturally appropriate for Muslim American counselees? Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 41(2), 109–113.
- Elashi, F. B., Mills, C. M., & Grant, M. G. (2010). In-group and out-group attitudes of Muslim children. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 31(5), 379–385.
- Ibrahim, F. A., & Dykeman, C. (2011). Counseling Muslim Americans: Cultural and spiritual assessments. Journal of Counseling & Development, 89(4), 387–396.
- Rippy, A. E., & Newman, E. (2006). Perceived religious discrimination and its relationship to anxiety and paranoia among Muslim Americans. Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 1(1), 5–20.
- Walsh, F. (1998). Beliefs, spirituality, and transcendence: Keys to family resilience. In M. McGoldrick (Ed.), Re-visioning family therapy: Race, culture, and gender in clinical practice (pp. 62–77). New York, NY: Guilford Press.
- O’Hanlon, B. (2006). Pathways to spirituality: Connection, wholeness, and possibility for therapist and client. New York, NY: W. W. Norton.