An Introduction to Feminist Therapy, by Evans, Kinkade and Seem, focuses on the practical application of feminist theory to clinical experience. Whereas other books in the area tend to focus on specific clinical issues encountered by women (such as sexual abuse or rape), this book addresses a broad range of clinical situations. It offers strategies to be used by male or female therapists working with men, women, families, or groups. The primary goal of the book is to help instructors, students and professionals to learn 'how to' implement feminist therapy.
|Publication date:||9th November 2010|
|Author:||Kathy M. Evans, Elizabeth A. Kincade, Susan Rachael Seem|
|Publisher:||SAGE Publications Inc|
|Categories:||Psychotherapy, Feminism & feminist theory,|
Kathy M. Evans, who received her doctorate from the Pennsylvania State University, is associate professor at the University of South Carolina where she is the Program Coordinator of the Counselor Education Program. She is widely published with articles in major journals and chapters in key textbooks in the area of multicultural counseling, with special emphases on issues of race, career counseling, and feminist issues. Her most recent books include Gaining Cultural Competence in Career Counseling and Introduction to Feminist Therapy. Elizabeth A. Kincade was awarded her Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Penn State in 1989. Presently, she teaches at both ...More About Kathy M. Evans, Elizabeth A. Kincade, Susan Rachael Seem