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FROM TRAGEDY TO ‘CRIP’ TO HUMAN: THE NEED FOR MULTIPLE UNDERSTANDINGS OF DISABILITY IN PSYCHOTHERAPY

@inproceedings{Roosen2009FROMTT,
  title={FROM TRAGEDY TO ‘CRIP’ TO HUMAN: THE NEED FOR MULTIPLE UNDERSTANDINGS OF DISABILITY IN PSYCHOTHERAPY},
  author={Kaley M Roosen},
  year={2009}
}
  • Kaley M Roosen
  • Published 2009
  • Psychology
  • Individuals with disabilities have been largely ignored from research and training in the field of Psychology. Historically, when disability is discussed in psychotherapy theory, it is often pathologized as a condition that contributes to a maladaptive personality and poor societal functioning. The following research paper proposes a new understanding of disability in the field of Psychology through the introduction of a disability-affirmative model. Through understanding disability expansively… CONTINUE READING
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