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Cultural Identity Development

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ANDREW FINCH

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Cultural Identity Development
“I taught my students that there were 1,000 people sitting in their seat with them, collected over their lifetime from family, friends, enemies, and fantasies to constitute their own personal-cultural context. By defining culture broadly, it is clear that all counseling is multicultural. If the counselor thinks there are only two people in that room, then the counselor is already in serious trouble.”
- Paul Pedersen
'Would it be all right by you
If I "degreenify" you?'
But of course that's not important to me
'Well all right why not!?'
I'll reply -Elphaba, Wicked
This Changes Everything...
“Gilligan and other relational psychologists are not talking about gender differences they think are essential. They are talking about gender differences they think are systemic, inculcated by socialization for political ends.” (p.30) -
Christine Robb

Movements:
Feminist Identity
Nancy Chodorow
Jean Baker-Miller
Carol Gilligan
Factors Impacting Identity Development:
Stereotype Threat
“The erroneous belief that all Asians are the same, all Blacks are the same, all Hispanics are the same, or all American Indians are the same has led to numerous therapeutic problems (Sue & Sue, p. 207).”
Identity Development:
Racial-Cultural Identity Theories
Factors Impacting Identity Development:
Microaggressions
Factors Impacting Identity Development:
Intersectionality
“The rules (of counseling) are changing. The old rules presented counseling as a way to achieve dissonance reduction in one’s life by making difficult situations simpler.
The new rules favor tolerance of ambiguity.
The old rules were ‘one-directional’, aimed at making people feel more pleasure and less pain. The new rules are ‘two-directional’, recognizing that
both pain and pleasure are essential in the search for meaning.”
-
Paul Pedersen
Key Concepts:

FACTORS:
Cultural Assimilation & Social Construction
Stereotype Threat
Microaggressions
Intersectionality & Life Spaces
MOVEMENTS:
Feminist/Relational-Cultural Theory
Gender Identity
IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT THEORIES
Movements:
Gender Identity
Hoare (pp. 51-52): “Helping professionals must understand that the person must first have a firm sense of self before he or she can move to an inclusive and relational identity…all humans may possess the seeds of
pseudospeciation
, of prejudice against dissimilar groups and values.”
The Souls of Black Folk by
W.E.B. DuBois
Intersectionality
is a theoretical framework for understanding how multiple social identities such as race, gender, sexual orientation, SES, and disability intersect at the micro level of individual experience to reflect interlocking systems of privilege and oppression (i.e., racism, sexism, heterosexism, classism) at the macro socialstructural level.
Factors Impacting Identity Development:
Cultural Assimilation & Social Construction
Who Are You?
Image Source: http://writingtheother.com/intersectionlaity-and-characterization/
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