Delivering Psychological Services in the Midst of Social Injustices
Runtime - 56 minutes
Beverly Greene, Ph.D. presents at the 2006 Teachers College Annual Winter Roundtable at Columbia University.
Social injustice affects not only clients, but the whole fabric of the helping field. Social privilege and marginalization impact groups in our society and every individual, whether client or therapist. Dr. Greene shows that the interaction between counselor and client is complex as both have privileged and disadvantaged identities. It is vital to expannd awareness of this complexity to avoid interviewer error and misinterpretation. how the therapist "hears" or does not "hear" the client's narrative depends on complexities of social identity.
Beverly Greene - Delivering Psychological Services - DVD
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