Feminist Counselling : Theory, Issues, and Practice Paperback
Edited by Lynda R. Ross
The evolution of feminist therapy involves the reconstruction of therapeutic goals, values, frameworks, and theory, as well as an acknowledgement that there is no single reality, no one ""right"" feminist theory or epistemological position about women.
This collection of original articles addresses a range of topics relevant to understanding contemporary Canadian women's experiences.
The contributors are, like the women who enter into counselling relationships, from diverse backgrounds and experiences, and speak in a variety of voices. Features:discusses multiculturalism, motherhood, women's sexuality, woman abuse, violence against women, dominance relationships, and mental health concerns affecting Aboriginal women's realitiesconsiders embodiment, lesbianism, ethics, social justice, crisis counselling, storytelling, and women who are mandated to seek counselling
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 346 pages
- Publisher: Women's Press of Canada
- Publication Date: 01/09/2008
- Category: Gender studies: women
- ISBN: 9780889614710