La psychiatrie culturelle est une branche de la psychiatrie qui vise à rendre compte de l'hétérogénéité culturelle dans laquelle cette discipline se développe, et de la nécessité d'articuler les savoirs académiques et les savoirs locaux, pour parvenir à des diagnostics et à des soins pertinents, lorsqu'on est dans une situation transculturelle.

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  • La psychiatrie culturelle est une branche de la psychiatrie qui vise à rendre compte de l'hétérogénéité culturelle dans laquelle cette discipline se développe, et de la nécessité d'articuler les savoirs académiques et les savoirs locaux, pour parvenir à des diagnostics et à des soins pertinents, lorsqu'on est dans une situation transculturelle. Cette discipline doit donc s'adosser à d'autres, comme l'anthropologie et la sociologie.Depuis le XIXe siècle, la psychiatrie a été concernée par la rencontre avec des patients issus de cultures non-occidentales. Différents termes ont été utilisés par les chercheurs qui se sont intéressés à ces questions, tandis que les concepts se modifiaient.
  • Транскультуральная психиатрия — область психиатрии, изучающая психические расстройства и психиатрические службы в контексте различных культур и этносов. Изучает влияние культуральных аспектов и особенностей этнопсихологии на распространенность психических расстройств и формы их проявления. Эта область психиатрии стала развиваться с конца 1970-х годов.
  • Psychiatria kulturowa (dawniej również psychiatria antropologiczna, psychiatria egzotyczna) – dział psychiatrii społecznej badający zależności zaburzeń psychicznych od kultury i warunków środowiska; zawiera takie specjalności jak psychiatria transkulturowa, psychiatria porównawcza i etnopsychiatria. Zalążek tej dziedziny psychiatrii tkwi w relacjach średniowiecznych podróżników i misjonarzy, a jej największy rozkwit trwał od lat 60. do 80. XX wieku. Psychiatria transkulturowa bada cechy zaburzeń psychicznych wspólnych dla wielu kultur. Psychiatria porównawcza bada różnice w zaburzeniach psychicznych, uwarunkowane odmiennością kulturową. Termin został wprowadzony przez Emila Kraepelina w 1904 Etnopsychiatria bada egzotyczne typy zaburzeń psychicznych i ich związki z daną grupą etniczną.Zespoły zaburzeń psychicznych charakterystyczne dla danej kultury nazywane są psychozami etnicznymi, psychozami egzotycznymi, egzotycznymi zespołami psychiatrycznymi lub zespołami uwarunkowanymi kulturowo. Niektórzy badacze, np. psychiatra Edwin Fuller Torrey, kwestionują wyodrębnianie tego rodzaju zespołów, twierdząc, że ze względu na zależność klasyfikacji chorób od danej kultury, wszystkie zaburzenia psychiczne są ograniczone kulturowo.
  • Cross-cultural psychiatry, transcultural psychiatry, or cultural psychiatry is a branch of psychiatry concerned with the cultural context of mental disorders and the challenges of addressing ethnic diversity in psychiatric services. It emerged as a coherent field from several strands of work, including surveys of the prevalence and form of disorders in different cultures or countries; the study of migrant populations and ethnic diversity within countries; and analysis of psychiatry itself as a cultural product. The early literature was associated with colonialism and with observations by asylum psychiatrists or anthropologists who tended to assume the universal applicability of Western psychiatric diagnostic categories. A seminal paper by Arthur Kleinman in 1977 followed by a renewed dialogue between anthropology and psychiatry, is seen as having heralded a "new cross-cultural psychiatry". However, Kleinman later pointed out that culture often became incorporated in only superficial ways, and that for example 90% of DSM-IV categories are culture-bound to North America and Western Europe, and yet the "culture-bound syndrome" label is only applied to "exotic" conditions outside Euro-American society.It is argued that a cultural perspective can help psychiatrists become aware of the hidden assumptions and limitations of current psychiatric theory and practice and can identify new approaches appropriate for treating the increasingly diverse populations seen in psychiatric services around the world. The recent revision of the nosology of the American Psychiatric Association, DSM-5, includes a Cultural Formulation Interview that aims to help clinicians contextualize diagnostic assessment. A related approach to cultural assessment involves cultural consultation which works with interpreters and cultural brokers to develop a cultural formulation and treatment plan that can assist clinicians. Cultural psychiatry looks at whether psychiatric classifications of disorders are appropriate to different cultures or ethnic groups. It often argues that psychiatric illnesses represent social constructs as well as genuine medical conditions, and as such have social uses peculiar to the social groups in which they are created and legitimized. It studies psychiatric classifications in different cultures, whether informal (e.g. category terms used in different languages) or formal (for example the World Health Organization's ICD, the American Psychiatric Association's DSM, or the Chinese Society of Psychiatry's CCMD).The field has increasingly had to address the process of globalization. It is said every city has a different culture and that the urban environment, and how people adapt or struggle to adapt to it, can play a crucial role in the onset or worsening of mental illness.However, some scholars consider that attention to culture is not enough if it is decontextualized from historical events, and history in more general sense. An historical and politically informed perspective can counteract some of the risks related to promoting universalized 'global mental health' programs as well as the increasing hegemony of diagnostic categories such as PTSD (Didier Fassin and Richard Rechtman analyze this issue in their book 'The Empire of Trauma'). Roberto Beneduce, who devoted many years to research and clinical practice in West Africa (Mali, among the Dogon) and in Italy with migrants, strongly emphasizes this shift. Inspired by the thought of Frantz Fanon, Beneduce points to forms of historical consciousness and selfhood as well as and history-related suffering as central dimensions of a 'critical ethnopsychiatry' or 'critical transcultural psychiatry'.As a named field within the larger discipline of psychiatry, cultural psychiatry has a relatively short history. In 1955, a program in transcultural psychiatry was established at McGill University in Montreal by Eric Wittkower from psychiatry and Jacob Fried from the department of anthropology. In 1957, at the International Psychiatric Congress in Zurich, Wittkower organized a meeting that was attended by psychiatrists from 20 countries, including many who became major contributors to the field of cultural psychiatry: Tsung-Yi Lin (Taiwan), Thomas Lambo (Nigeria), Morris Carstairs (Britain), Carlos Alberto Seguin (Peru) and Pow-Meng Yap (Hong Kong). The American Psychiatric Association established a Committee on Transcultural Psychiatry in 1964, followed by the Canadian Psychiatric Association in 1967. H.B.M. Murphy of McGill founded the World Psychiatric Association Section on Transcultural Psychiatry in 1970. By the mid-1970s there were active transcultural psychiatry societies in England, France, Italy and Cuba. There are several scientific journals devoted to cross-cultural issues: Transcultural Psychiatry (est. 1956, originally as Transcultural Psychiatric Research Review, and now the official journal of the WPA Section on Transcultural Psychiatry), Psychopathologie Africaine (1965), Culture Medicine & Psychiatry (1977), Curare (1978), and World Cultural Psychiatry Research Review (2006). The Foundation for Psychocultural Research at UCLA has published an important volume on psychocultural aspects of trauma and most recently the landmark volume entitled Formative Experiences: the Interaction of Caregiving, Culture, and Developmental Psychobiology edited by Carol Worthman, Paul Plotsky, Daniel Schechter, and Constance Cummings.The main professional organizations devoted to the field are the World Psychiatric Association Section on Transcultural Psychiatry, the Society for the Study of Psychiatry and Culture, and the World Association for Cultural Psychiatry. Many other mental health organizations have interest groups or sections devoted to issues of culture and mental health. There are active research and training programs in cultural psychiatry at several academic centers around the world, notably the Division of Social and Transcultural Psychiatry at McGill University, Harvard University, the University of Toronto, and University College London. Other organizations are devoted to cross-cultural adaptation of research and clinical methods. In 1993 the Transcultural Psychosocial Organization (TPO) was founded. The TPO has developed a system of intervention aimed at countries with little or no mental health care. They train local people to become mental health workers, often using people who previously have provided mental health guidance of some kind. The TPO provides training material that is adapted to local culture, language and distinct traumatic events that might have occurred in the region where the organization is operating. Avoiding Western approaches to mental health, the TPO sets up what becomes a local non-governmental organization that is self-sustainable, as well as economically and politically independent of any state. The TPO projects have been successful in both Uganda and Cambodia.
  • 文化精神医学(trans-cultural psychiatry もしくは cross-cultural psychiatry)は、異なる文化におけるメンタルヘルスの比較研究を行う研究領域である。精神医学の下位カテゴリーにはいる。もともとは周縁的で分野であったが、今日のグローバル化で人・物・情報等の交流が盛んになるとともに、異文化間での精神医学の実践が注目されるにいたる。カーマイヤーによる問題設定をひいて、比較精神医学、疫学的研究移民、難民の精神医療精神科領域の批判的再検討の三区分で語られることが多い。また、特定の国家や地域により、発症する症状などに差異がある。具体的には、我が国においては対人恐怖症が多く、イスラエルや米国においてはイスラモフォビアが多い。
  • Psiquiatria Transcultural é um ramo da Psiquiatria que lida com manifestações psiquiátricas nas diferentes culturas e utiliza disciplinas como psiquiatria epidemiológica, antropologia médica e psicologia transcultural para o entendimento destas manifestações.
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  • La psychiatrie culturelle est une branche de la psychiatrie qui vise à rendre compte de l'hétérogénéité culturelle dans laquelle cette discipline se développe, et de la nécessité d'articuler les savoirs académiques et les savoirs locaux, pour parvenir à des diagnostics et à des soins pertinents, lorsqu'on est dans une situation transculturelle.
  • Транскультуральная психиатрия — область психиатрии, изучающая психические расстройства и психиатрические службы в контексте различных культур и этносов. Изучает влияние культуральных аспектов и особенностей этнопсихологии на распространенность психических расстройств и формы их проявления. Эта область психиатрии стала развиваться с конца 1970-х годов.
  • 文化精神医学(trans-cultural psychiatry もしくは cross-cultural psychiatry)は、異なる文化におけるメンタルヘルスの比較研究を行う研究領域である。精神医学の下位カテゴリーにはいる。もともとは周縁的で分野であったが、今日のグローバル化で人・物・情報等の交流が盛んになるとともに、異文化間での精神医学の実践が注目されるにいたる。カーマイヤーによる問題設定をひいて、比較精神医学、疫学的研究移民、難民の精神医療精神科領域の批判的再検討の三区分で語られることが多い。また、特定の国家や地域により、発症する症状などに差異がある。具体的には、我が国においては対人恐怖症が多く、イスラエルや米国においてはイスラモフォビアが多い。
  • Psiquiatria Transcultural é um ramo da Psiquiatria que lida com manifestações psiquiátricas nas diferentes culturas e utiliza disciplinas como psiquiatria epidemiológica, antropologia médica e psicologia transcultural para o entendimento destas manifestações.
  • Psychiatria kulturowa (dawniej również psychiatria antropologiczna, psychiatria egzotyczna) – dział psychiatrii społecznej badający zależności zaburzeń psychicznych od kultury i warunków środowiska; zawiera takie specjalności jak psychiatria transkulturowa, psychiatria porównawcza i etnopsychiatria. Zalążek tej dziedziny psychiatrii tkwi w relacjach średniowiecznych podróżników i misjonarzy, a jej największy rozkwit trwał od lat 60. do 80. XX wieku.
  • Cross-cultural psychiatry, transcultural psychiatry, or cultural psychiatry is a branch of psychiatry concerned with the cultural context of mental disorders and the challenges of addressing ethnic diversity in psychiatric services.
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  • Psychiatria kulturowa
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  • 文化精神医学
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