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Transcript of Anti-Oppressive Counseling
The Theory and Practice of Anti-Oppressive Counseling
What is culture?
What is multiculturalism?
What is diversity?
Small group discussion:
How does culture impact the counseling process?
Characteristics of the therapeutic relationship
Roles of the therapist and client
Goals of counseling
What is anti-oppressive counseling?
Intersectionality in Counseling:
The Complexity of our Identity
For example: therapeutic relationship, diagnosing, treatment planning
How does this person describe their cultural identities? How do these cultures influence or interact with each other?
How do they describe their experiences of being oppressed or exploited?
If this person was seeking counseling, how could you ensure inclusive, culturally-responsive practice?
What is intersectionality?
The exploration of the oppression and privilege associated with an individual's multiple identity categories
Why do counselors need to be intersectional?
To understand privilege and power, analyze and reform social injustices, and encourage cross-issue alliance building
To encourage empathy, ally development, micro and macro advocacy skill development
What are some of the media messages discussed in the video?
How might these messages negatively affect young girls? Young boys?
How might these topics come up in counseling?
How could a feminist counseling approach be useful?