Cardemil, E.V., *Noyola, N, & *He, E. (in press). Cultural considerations in treating depression. In L. Benuto, F. Gonzalez, & J. Singer (Eds.), Handbook for Cultural Factors in Behavioral Health: A Guide for the Helping Professional. Springer
Cardemil, E.V., Straubel, C., & *O’Leary, J. (in press). Cognitive-behavioral therapy with diverse youth. In R. Friedberg & B. Nakamura (Eds.), Tradition and Innovation in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy With Youth. Springerworks.
Cardemil, E.V., Edwards, L.M., *Nelson, T., & *Loyo, K. (2018). Cognitive-behavioral models, measures, and treatments (CBMMT) for treating stress disorders in Latin Americans. In Chang, Downey, Hirsch, & Yu (Eds.), Treating depression, anxiety, and stress in ethnic and racial groups: Cognitive behavioral approaches (pp. 263-286). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
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Cardemil, E.V. (2015). Evidence-based practice in a global context. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 22, 76-81.
*Kim, S., & Cardemil, E.V. (2012). Effective psychotherapy with low-income clients: The importance of attending to social class. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 42, 27-35.
Cardemil, E.V., *Moreno, O., & *Sanchez, M. (2011). One size does not fit all: Cultural considerations in evidence-based practice for depression. In C. Beevers, D. Springer, and A. Rubin (Eds.), Treatment of Depression in Adolescents and Adults: Clinician’s Guide to Evidence-Based Practice (pp. 221-243). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons.
Cardemil, E.V. (2010). Cultural adaptations to empirically supported treatments: A research agenda.The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice, 7, 8-21.
Cardemil, E.V. (2010). The complexity of culture: Do we embrace the challenge or avoid it?The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice, 7, 41-47.
Cardemil, E.V., & *Sarmiento, I. (2009). Clinical approaches to working with Latino adults. In F. A. Villarruel, G. Carlo, J. M. Grau, M. Azmitia, N. Cabrera, & T.J. Chahin (Eds.), Handbook of Latino Psychology (pp. 329-345). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Cardemil, E.V. (2008). Culturally sensitive treatments: Need for an organizing framework. Culture and Psychology, 14, 357-367.
Cardemil, E.V. & Battle, C. (2003). Guess who’s coming to therapy? Getting comfortable with conversations about race and ethnicity in psychotherapy. Professional Psychology: Research & Practice, 34, 278-286.