Teaching Social Justice in Counseling Psychology

@inproceedings{Motulsky2014TeachingSJ,
  title={Teaching Social Justice in Counseling Psychology},
  author={Sue L. Motulsky and Susan H. Gere and Rakhshanda Saleem and Sidney M Trantham},
  year={2014}
}
Recent years have witnessed increased calls from counseling psychology to include social justice competencies in the training of future practitioners. Integration of social justice awareness, advocacy skills, and opportunities for social change action are needed extensions of the field’s commitment to multicultural competency. Classroom teaching is a key component of transforming counseling psychology curricula and of developing students’ awareness of the value of social justice perspectives… CONTINUE READING

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