John R Graham
John R Graham
Professor, School of Social Work, University of British Columbia (Okanagan)
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Culturally sensitive social work practice with Arab clients in mental health settings
A Al-Krenawi, JR Graham
Health & Social Work 25 (1), 9-22, 2000
Barriers to employment as experienced by disabled people: A qualitative analysis in Calgary and Regina, Canada
M Shier, JR Graham, ME Jones
Disability & society 24 (1), 63-75, 2009
Collaboration: A social work practice method
JR Graham, K Barter
Families in society 80 (1), 6-13, 1999
Cross-national study of attitudes towards seeking professional help: Jordan, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Arabs in Israel
A Al-Krenawi, JR Graham, YZ Dean, N Eltaiba
International journal of social psychiatry 50 (2), 102-114, 2004
Cross-national comparison of Middle Eastern university students: Help-seeking behaviors, attitudes toward helping professionals, and cultural beliefs about mental health problems
A Al-Krenawi, JR Graham, EA Al-Bedah, HM Kadri, MA Sehwail
Community mental health journal 45, 26-36, 2009
Work-related factors that impact social work practitioners’ subjective well-being: Well-being in the workplace
ML Shier, JR Graham
Journal of Social Work 11 (4), 402-421, 2011
Gender and biomedical/traditional mental health utilization among the Bedouin-Arabs of the Negev
A Al-Krenawi, JR Graham
Culture, medicine and psychiatry 23 (2), 219-243, 1999
A comparison of family functioning, life and marital satisfaction, and mental health of women in polygamous and monogamous marriages
A Al-Krenawi, JR Graham
International journal of social psychiatry 52 (1), 5-17, 2006
Social policy: an introduction
JR Graham, K Swift, R Delaney
(No Title), 2008
The impact of intellectual disability, caregiver burden, family functioning, marital quality, and sense of coherence
A Al‐Krenawi, JR Graham, F Al Gharaibeh
Disability & Society 26 (2), 139-150, 2011
The cultural mediator: Bridging the gap between a non‐western community and professional social work practice
A Al‐Krenawi, JR Graham
British journal of social work 31 (5), 665-685, 2001
Islamic theology and prayer: Relevance for social work practice
A Al-Krenawi, JR Graham
International Social Work 43 (3), 289-304, 2000
Mental health aspects of Arab-Israeli adolescents from polygamous versus monogamous families
A Al-Krenawi, JR Graham, V Slonim-Nevo
The Journal of social psychology 142 (4), 446-460, 2002
Social work practice with polygamous families
A Al-Krenawi, JR Graham, S Al-Krenawi
Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal 14, 445-458, 1997
Mindfulness, subjective well-being, and social work: Insight into their interconnection from social work practitioners
ML Shier, JR Graham
Social Work Education 30 (1), 29-44, 2011
The social work profession and subjective well-being: The impact of a profession on overall subjective well-being
JR Graham, ML Shier
British Journal of Social Work 40 (5), 1553-1572, 2010
Spirit possession and exorcism in the treatment of a Bedouin psychiatric patient
A Al-Krenawi, JR Graham
Clinical Social Work Journal 25, 211-222, 1997
Analysis of trauma exposure, symptomatology and functioning in Jewish Israeli and Palestinian adolescents
A Al-Krenawi, JR Graham, Y Kanat-Maymon
The British Journal of Psychiatry 195 (5), 427-432, 2009
Principles of social work practice in the Muslim Arab world
A Al-Krenawi, JR Graham
Arab Studies Quarterly, 75-91, 2003
Divorce among Muslim arab women in Israel
A Al-Krenawi, JR Graham
Journal of Divorce & Remarriage 29 (3-4), 103-119, 1998
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