Classism and Feminist Therapy

Classism and Feminist Therapy helps therapists be aware of their own class biases and assists them in providing treatment that is sensitive to women s class backgrounds and, therefore, effective The contributing authors cover the intersection of race, class, and gender and how it applies to therapy how to make psychotherapy responsive to the needs ofClassism and Feminist Therapy helps therapists be aware of their own class biases and assists them in providing treatment that is sensitive to women s class backgrounds and, therefore, effective The contributing authors cover the intersection of race, class, and gender and how it applies to therapy how to make psychotherapy responsive to the needs of working class and poor women and strengths and challenges for working class, poor, and economically deprived women By also helping therapists face important issues when their profession intersects with the values and experiences of working class women, Classism and Feminist Therapy challenges the lack of attention given to issues of class in psychotherapy and serves as a step toward open conversation about the topic.
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  • Title: Classism and Feminist Therapy
  • Author: Marcia Hill Esther D. Rothblum Francisca Azocar Jeanne Miranda Eleanor Valdes Dwyer Lily D. McNair Helen A. Neville Gloria Rose Koepping
  • ISBN: 9781560230922
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Paperback
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