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Current Feminist Issues in Psychotherapy

By Betts Collett

Routledge – 1983 – 126 pages

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    978-0-86656-206-5
    January 1st 1983
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Description

This insightful book addresses a variety of clinical issues--depression, displaced homemakers, sibling incest, and body image--from a feminist perspective.

Contents

Contents Introduction

  • Women’s Socialization and the Prevalence of Depression: The Feminine Mistake
  • Addressing Stress Factors in Single-Parent Women-Headed Households
  • The Psychological Impact of Family Law on Displaced Homemakers
  • the Black Sisterhood: A Second Look
  • Women’s Career Decision-Making Process: A Feminist Perspective
  • Transforming Body Image: Your Body, Friend or Foe?
  • Battered Women, Cultural Myths and Clinical Interventions: A Feminist Analysis
  • Sibling Incest: The Myth of Benign Sibling Incest
  • A Study of Issues in Sexuality Counseling for Women with Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Counseling Women with Development Disabilities
  • An Account of the Psychotherapeutic Process From the Perspective of a Client with a Disability
  • Reference Notes Included

Name: Current Feminist Issues in Psychotherapy (Hardback)Routledge 
Description: By Betts Collett. This insightful book addresses a variety of clinical issues--depression, displaced homemakers, sibling incest, and body image--from a feminist perspective.
Categories: Psychotherapy, Area Studies, Gender Studies - Soc Sci