The Mother-Adult Daughter Questionnaire (MAD): Developing a Culturally Sensitive Instrument An account of the development of the Mother-Adult Daughter Questionnaire (MAD) to measure adult daughters perceptions of their relationship with their mothers in a culturally sensitive manner.
Substance Abuse Among Asian Indians in the United States: A Consideration of Cultural Factors in Etiology and Treatment
Dowry and Its Link to Violence Against Women in India: Feminist Psychological Perspectives My paper on Dowry, which is exchanged in a majority of Indian weddings. Although its practice became illegal in 1961, dowry flourishes among all social classes.
Adult Daughters Perceptions of the Mother-Daughter Relationship: A Cross-Cultural Comparison
Review of Voices of color: First-person accounts of ethnic minority therapists" A review of my book on BNET
Voices of Marriage and Family Therapists of Color An Exploratory Survey
The IAFT International Conference for 2006 in New Delhi
co-author, Multicultural Couple Therapy, Sage Publications, 2008
co-author, Voices of Color: First-Person Accounts of Ethnic Minority Therapists, Sage Publications, 2004
Articles I have been quoted in
7 pointers for couples to prevent and resolve misunderstandings, 3 tips to find a good couples therapist
My interview on Children and Discipline in The Florida Times-Union
Mothers and Adult Daughters: A complex relationship Susan Adcox discusses my work on About.com Guide to Grandparents
On Becoming a Profession: The Growth of Marriage and Family Therapy in India My article with two of my colleagues tracks some of the people, places, and contexts associated with the growth of marriage and family therapy (MFT) as a profession in the Indian context.