4 edition of Feminism & Psychotherapy found in the catalog.
Feminism & Psychotherapy
May 21, 1998
by Sage Publications Ltd
Written in English
|Contributions||Irene Bruna Seu (Editor), Colleen Heenan (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
Feminist Theory genre: new releases and popular books, including Feminism for the 99%: A Manifesto by Cinzia Arruzza, The Master's Tools Will Never Disma. Satel argued in her book P.C. MD: How Political Correctness Is Corrupting Medicine that the very concept of feminist therapy is contrary to the methods and goals of psychotherapy, sometimes so far as to veer into potential malpractice.
Feminist therapy is a technically integrative approach to treatment, based conceptually on feminist political analyses and feminist scholarship, that attends to dynamics of gender, power, and social realities and contexts in the lives, distress, and dysfunction of people seeking psychotherapy. Summary: A deconstruction of the theory and practice of feminist therapy in contemporary society. Practitioners challenge the view that one model of therapy or feminism can be elevated above the rest. Whilst celebrating feminist therapy, the book also sees it as problematic.
This book appeals to a wide range of readers because it discusses principles that are applicable to people from all walks of life. Feminist Therapy successfully presents a comprehensive understanding of feminist therapy as a stand-alone model of psychotherapy that is constantly improving and evolving. Recently Gloria Steinem, iconic spokesperson and author who helped transform what is now commonly known as ‘Second-Wave Feminism,’ said, “People in hard times need a witness.” 1 In this interview Ms. Steinem was not overtly lauding psychotherapy as one road that an individual may take in order to find a witness ready to assist in bearing hard times and cultivating new paths to .
The confession of Mina, the Spaniard
Operations research in correctional treatment
Political leadership in Zapatista Mexico
Witnesses to the unseen, and other essays
The market in Chinese social policy
The works of Lord Byron
The Sphinx mystery
A sacrificial mass burial at Miramar, Chiapas, Mexico
measurement of chlorophyll.
Christ as a teacher
An address to the freemen and freeholders of the city of Dublin
Lydgates Siege of Thebes
Feminism & Psychotherapy: Reflections on Contemporary Theories and Practices (Perspectives on Psychotherapy series) 1st Edition by Irene Bruna Seu (Editor), Colleen Heenan (Editor)5/5(1).
Feminist therapy has become a practice that encompasses work with women, men, children, families, and larger systems.
In this book, Dr. Brown presents and explores this approach, its theory, history, the therapy process, primary change mechanisms, empirical basis, and future developments/5(16).
In Feminist Therapy, Laura S. Brown explores the history, theory, and practice of this groundbreaking approach. Feminist therapy not only listens to, but privileges, the voices and experiences of those who have been defined as other by dominant cultures/5(18).
Professor Unger is the author or editor of seven previous books, including Resisting Gender: Twenty-five Years of Feminist Psychology; Representations: Social Constructions of Gender; Women, Gender, and Social Psychology; and Female and Male/5(13).
Feminist theory and psychological practice. In this chapter we describe the work of the National Conference on Education and Training in Feminist Practice () group charged with defining the characteristics or guiding principles of a feminist theory of psychological practice.
Feminism & Psychology provides an international forum for debate at the interface of feminisms and psychologies. The peer-reviewed journal's principal aim is to foster feminist theory and practice in—and beyond—psychology.
Feminist psychologists have continued to push for the importance of paying greater attention to cultural multiplicity among women and to incorporate this understanding into teaching, researching, theory building and practicing. Feminist psychology is the direct result of the women's movement and revolution that took hold in the late s.
In Feminist Therapy, Laura S. Brown explores the history, theory, and practice of this groundbreaking approach. Feminist therapy not only listens to, but privileges, the voices and experiences of those who have been defined as "other" by dominant : The book raises a very serious issue about the nature of the feminist project within psychotherapy The editors and contributors have created a brave book which articulates the dilemmas of feminist thought and practice 4/5(1).
Ethics and values in feminist counseling and psychotherapy. In Introduction to feminist therapy: Strategies for social and individual change (pp. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc.
doi: /n3. Evans, Kathy M., Elizabeth A. Kincade and Susan R. Seem. "Ethics and Values in Feminist Counseling and Psychotherapy.". The book described individual's personal experiences with mental health issues and problems in living she thought would be useful to students in social work, psychology, and counseling.
Her current book, Feminist Therapist: How Second Wave Feminism Changed Psychotherapy and Me recounts the seminal contributions of feminism on women's psychology, psychotherapy, and its impact on her 5/5(1). While feminist therapy has grown in stature and recognition in the last few decades, comparatively little has been written about supervision and consultation from a feminist standpoint.
In this book, the latest in the Clinical Supervision Essentials series from APA Books, Dr. Laura Brown remedies this deficit by presenting a theoretically-grounded, yet practical approach to supervision based on the principles of Pages: The quintessential text of second wave feminism, Friedan’s book became one of the original pieces of feminist theory to become a mainstream hit.
Its indictments of the “tion: Writer. The book raises a very serious issue about the nature of the feminist project within psychotherapy The editors and contributors have created a brave book which articulates the dilemmas of feminist thought and practice within the contexts of therapeutic engagement' - British Journal of Guidance and Counselling.
The term feminist psychology was originally coined by Karen Horney. In her book, Feminine Psychology, which is a collection of articles Horney wrote on the subject from –, she addresses previously held beliefs about women, relationships, and the effect of society on female psychology.
In addition, she edited a feminist analysis titled Evolution, Gender, and Rape. She is the founding editor (–) of the Psychology of Women Book Series, published by APA, and was associate editor of the American Psychologist (–).Format: Hardcover.
Buy Feminism & Psychotherapy: Reflections on Contemporary Theories and Practices (Perspectives on Psychotherapy series) 1 by Irene Seu, Colleen Heenan, Seu, I.
Bruna, Heenan, M. Colleen (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Feminism, psychoanalysis and literary interpretation have more in common than their early histories might seem to suggest – or promise.
Each of these intellectual and socially engaged activities is based on premises (about text, psyche and culture) that undermine familiar or received : Madelon M Sprengnether.
Feminism, the Taliban, and Politics of Counter-Insurgency by Charles Hirschkind & Saba Mahmood (16 pages) (PDF) [View / Download] Truth and Method: Feminist Standpoint Theory Revisited by Susan Hekman (26 pages) (PDF) [View / Download] Evolutionary Psychology and Feminism by David Michael Buss & David P.
Schmitt (20 pages) (PDF) [View / Download]. Feminist therapy is an integrative approach to psychotherapy that focuses on gender and the particular challenges and stressors that women face as a result of bias, stereotyping, oppression.
Her 10 books, including Women in Therapy, The Dance of Anger, and The Dance of Fear, have sold more than two million copies and been published in 35 foreign editions. In this interview, she spoke about her body of work, and addressed the question of the continuing impact of feminism on psychotherapy todayThis book presents groundbreaking scholarship on new approaches to women's psychology.
Transnational psychology pushes beyond traditional Western, androcentric frameworks to provide theorists, researchers, and practitioners with tools to identify and deconstruct hegemonies, give voice to the marginalized, and critically examine the dynamic nature of identity in local and global : Feminist Ethics In Psychotherapy book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5.