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Intersectionality in the Arts Psychotherapies, Paperback / softback Book

Intersectionality in the Arts Psychotherapies Paperback / softback

Edited by Jessica Collier, Corrina Eastwood

Paperback / softback


Intersectionality in the Arts Psychotherapies advocates for contextualising of clinical thinking and experience within a social and political framework that acknowledges the importance of intersectionality.

Bringing reflections on their own identity and their professional knowledge to the work, creative therapists address both practical work with clients and the theory behind these therapeutic practices.

A call to reflexivity allows the reader to consider their own position as a practitioner. These chapters will challenge and develop thinking on intersectional identities.

Beyond the individual, the book demonstrates the need to embed knowledge of intersectionality in the profession at large.

Experienced practitioners write from diverse perspectives across the arts psychotherapies, exploring how structures of power, privilege and prejudice influence practice and outcomes.




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