Continuing Education

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Transforming the Wounds of Racism: An Autoethnographic Exploration and Implications for Psychotherapy
by Saira Bains
A therapist explores her experiences of racism by investigating her family's history of racist trauma.
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Black and White Witchcraft: A Cultural Crossroads in Paris Inspires Therapeutic Innovation
by Tamar Kaim
An American psychology student reflects on her year of research at an ethnopsychiatric clinic in Paris, France.
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Psychotherapy in China: Western and Eastern Perspectives
by Stephen F. Myler, PhD & Hui Qi Tong, MD
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Psychotherapy with Alien Beings: Cultural Competence (and Incompetence) in Psychotherapy Practice
by Laura Brown
Psychologist Laura Brown critiques the limited and limiting methods so often used in psychotherapy training programs to promote cultural competence, and offers a model of intersectionality and integration that honors the full complexity of modern identities—including those of psychotherapists.
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Whiteness Matters: Exploring White Privilege, Color Blindness and Racism in Psychotherapy
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Kenneth V. Hardy on Multiculturalism and Psychotherapy
Hardy discusses diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice in psychotherapy...and how he was trained to be a "pretty good white therapist."
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Monica McGoldrick on Family Therapy
Renowned family therapist Monica McGoldrick reflects on the heyday of family therapy, the use of genograms, and the importance of culture, gender, and diversity.
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Eduardo Duran on Psychotherapy with Native Americans
Native American psychologist Eduardo Duran shares his long road to finding a place for himself and other Native Americans in the field of psychology.
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