Feminist Counselling: Theory, Issues and Practice 2010

Lynda R. Ross

Feminist Counselling: Theory, Issues and Practice

Speaking in a clear, accessible, and highly engaging voice, it introduces readers to many key elements of contemporary feminist theory that are absolutely essential for learning and practice in todays diverse counselling contexts. Contributors to the collection embrace the complexities of marginalized peoples lives and capture the histories and legacies---such as colonization, racism, and violence---that shape womens varied situations and subjectivities, within and beyond Canadas borders.

Of equal value, the wide array of voices, issues, and vantage points included in this text all recognize the agency and creativity of individuals in contexts not of their own making.---Carla Rice, Associate Professor Womens Studies Department, Trent University

Paperback: 347 pages Publisher: Womens Pr (April 30, 2010) Language: English ISBN-10: 0889614717 ISBN-13: 978-0889614710 Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds

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