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Helping beyond the 50 minute hour : therapists involved in REAL social action

Author: Jeffrey A Kottler; Jon Carlson; Matt Englar-Carlson
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2013.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey A Kottler; Jon Carlson; Matt Englar-Carlson
ISBN: 9780415896306 0415896304 9780415660969 0415660963
OCLC Number: 828492362
Description: 1 volume ; 23 cm
Contents: Part I: Re-Visioning Clinical Practice Kottler, The Power of Transcendent Empathy: Empowering Lower Caste Girls in Nepal. Doherty, The Citizen Therapist and Social Change. Part II: The Dreamers: What Change Could Be Gold, When Work is Not Enough: Searching for Greater Satisfaction and Meaning. Brew, Marginalized No More. Sheer, A Wannabe Therapist's Journey to Make a Difference. Sibbing, Social Justice and the Part-Time Counselor. Part III: Community Action Bosch, Cervantes, Sacred Advocacy: Assisting At-Risk Boys and Girls to Find Meaning in Violent, Unjust Communities. Walker, Real-Life Social Action in the Community. Monk, Walking the Tight Rope of Change: Building Trust and in a Diverse Urban Community. Stout, Stout, Two Roads Leading to One. Pyles, Moving beyond the Professional Response to Gender-Based Violence: Community Organizing with Women Survivors. Yznaga, I am Your Future, You are My Past: Reaching Back to Move Forward. Bethea, A Call from My Ancestors: Honor, Responsibility, Commitment, Reciprocity, Propriety, and the Illumination of the Human Spirit. Codrington, When Your Liberation is Tied-Up with Mine: Social Justice Work as a Tool for Resistance, Empowerment, and Nation Building for African Descended Peoples. Ellis, No One Gets Left Behind. Bemak, Counselors without Borders: Community Action in Counseling. Part IV: Global Outreach Emavardhana, Life Task in a Life Time. Edwards, Rodriquez, Counseling Internationally: Caring for the Caregiver. Norsworthy, Khuankaew, Feminist Border Crossings: Our Transnational Partnership in Peace and Justice Work. DeLoach, Bon Kouraj: Learning Courage through Service. West-Olantunji, Kicking and Screaming: My Social Action Journey. Guay, Please Do Not Forget Me Nepal. Part V: Closure and Reflection Kottler, Twenty Intensely Personal Motives for Involvement in Social Justice Projects: Saving the World or Saving Myself? Carlson, A Life Devoted to Service. Englar-Carlson, Paying for Our Place in the World: A Reflection on the Personal Meaning of this Book and Its Stories.
Responsibility: edited by Jeffrey A. Kottler, Jon Carlson, Matt Englar-Carlson.


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