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Participant 7 60 year old woman had received psychotherapy and participated in a church training program for counseling open to lay church members. After being part of church-based counselor training program for six months, participant 7 doubted the effectiveness of lay counselors helping others, saying, "I think it is dangerous that when someone with low qualification at church counsels others. I studied [as part of the church training for mental health counseling], too, but people without qualification were there, and I felt that they were there mostly to look good to the pastor. I didn't learn anything during a year of training, so how can you expect them to be a counselor after six months of training?

Our study described a subset of KAE from a quantitative epidemiological study who were at high risk of depression due to multiple factors related to their specific life experience as immigrants yet who had little resources to obtain help. They coped alone, and unlike the usual view of immigrant elderly, participants in our study expressed desire for mental health services if tailored to their needs. We discuss below the relevance of our findings for improving mental health services for this needy, yet underserved group. KAE with clinically significant depressive symptoms have a rich experiential understanding of depression integrated with a rudimentary medical understanding which may not go far enough to actively seek professional help.

Despite taking medications for depression, the majority of participants lacked information about depression diagnosis and the reasons for treatment, suggesting the lack of physician-patient communication surrounding mental illness. Identifying with an illness is not an easy matter. Diagnosis is often experienced as a negative and moral judgment and requires redefinition of one's self and one's relation to others. Physicians often lack this perspective as they focus on diagnosis and treatment with less attention paid to patient-centered views that have an impact on treatment adherence and clinical outcomes.

Immigrant Korean elderly are a vulnerable group. The importance of the immigrant experience is undeniable in this group who, despite having resided in the United States for many years, focus on the failure of their immigrant dreams as the defining element in their lives. In our study, participants described feelings of failure, vulnerability and shame with a concomitant need for dignity and respect particularly from their children. Participants often felt that they had nowhere to turn to within their family, the Korean community, nor within the larger American community. Roles of KAE with limited English language ability are confined to Korean-speaking social networks where the fear of damaging reputations is great so that KAE are not willing to admit having problems or seek support.

They may be unable to share stressors with their friends and families in Korea due to social pressures. Within their families in the United States, communication and mismatched cultural values may make relations with their children difficult and expression of emotional distress unlikely.

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The picture is one of social isolation and limited avenues for help seeking. In such a context of personal and social response to emotional distress, although Asians in general are thought to be healthier than their counterparts of other ethnicities in the United States, the social norms that exist to hide emotional distress make detection more difficult by health providers. Participants believed strongly on relying on oneself rather than seeking help from others. Although self-reliance can Older asian women having sex in ype jhu looked upon as a position of strength, there is also the sense that self-reliance may be the only choice for KAE.

Korean churches provide important social and religious services for KAE, and research regarding the usefulness of involvement of religious communities and pastoral counseling have received attention; however, the discriminatory social environment even in faith-based settings may not facilitate help seeking for emotional problems. They expressed desire for professional counseling but were aware of the dearth of Korean-speaking mental health professionals in the United States to meet this need. Older adults with limited English proficiency report difficulty following instructions at health care settings, which hindered their engagement in medical care. While KAE emphasized the importance of seeking care from a 'professional' counselor with years of mental health training, participants appeared to be amenable to receiving care from case managers, social workers, and nurses with some level of psychiatric training.

Recruiting bilingual professionals with the highest level of psychiatry or clinical psychology training for the care of KAE is challenging, although the need for bilingual mental health providers is critical for those not proficient in English because lack of English fluency can effectively block access. Both education regarding counseling services for immigrant elderly and a collaborative care model with active support from case managers may be needed to make services for minority elderly feasible in terms of cost-effectiveness. Previous literature also showed that KAE were less likely to seek help from professional mental health services despite having higher level of mental distress compared to whites and other Asian subethnic groups.

As first-generation immigrants with limited English proficiency, KAE were especially in need of problem solving day-to-day tasks.

They were in dire need of learning how to speak English, how jhk use a computer or a cell phone, how to refill a prescription, and how to fix their house. Naving their children were not practically or emotionally available, county- or state-level programs to meet educational needs among KAE while integrating mental health screening, education, and referral have potential to reduce gaps in access to mental health Olddr. One of the strengths of Olcer study is targeted selection of depressed Older asian women having sex in ype jhu as part of the largest epidemiological study of Korean American older adults in the United States.

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The next steps for research include development of tailored interventions which take account of the history and life experience of this group of immigrant elderly to provide mental health services which are culturally competent and engaging. Improved screening of depression and culturally-appropriate education regarding depression have the potential to modify Asian American patients' conceptualization of illness and decrease the barriers to receiving professional mental health services. Elderly generally say they prefer counseling, and development of services provided in Korean to discuss acculturation stress and intergenerational relationship is ideal.

Legal recognition of intersex people and Intersex and LGBT Intersex people are born with sex characteristics, such as chromosomesgonadsor genitals that, according to the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights"do not fit typical binary notions of male or female bodies". In a study of arguments that intersex people fit into a third gender classification, intersex scholar Morgan Holmes argues that much analysis of a third sex or third gender is simplistic: I argue that to understand whether a system is more or less oppressive than another we have to understand how it treats its various members, not only its 'thirds'.

Like non-intersex people, some intersex individuals may not identify themselves as either exclusively female or exclusively male, but most appear to be men or women. To ensure that sex or gender classifications are amendable through a simple administrative procedure at the request of the individuals concerned. All adults and capable minors should be able to choose between female Fmale Mnon-binary or multiple options. In the future, as with race or religion, sex or gender should not be a category on birth certificates or identification documents for anybody.

The Asia Pacific Forum of National Human Rights Institutions states that the legal recognition of intersex people is firstly about access to the same rights as other men and women, when assigned male or female; secondly it is about access to administrative corrections to legal documents when an original sex assignment is not appropriate; and thirdly it is not about the creation of a third sex or gender classification for intersex people as a population but it is, instead, about self-determination. It also called for the criminalization of deferrable intersex medical interventions.

In some non-Western cultures, gender is not binary and one can cross freely between male and female. This is seen as a mediation between the spirit and mundane worlds. This may be a result of the notion of reincarnationwhich reduces not only gender categorization but also sex and species, allowing for more fluid and mutable categorization. There are countless other cultures in which the third gender is seen as an intermediate being rather than as a movement from one conventional sex to the other, either male to female or vice versa. Sell found that they typically felt different from the age of 5.

Sell also discovered similarities between the third genders of the East and those of the West. Nearly half of those interviewed were healers or in the medical profession. A majority of them, again like their Eastern counterparts, were artistic enough to make a living from their abilities. The capacity to mediate between men and women was a common skill, and third genders were oftentimes thought to possess an unusually wide perspective and the ability to understand both sides. People tend to identify a third sex with freedom from the gender binary, but that is not necessarily the case.