Voices' use of gender, race and other social categories to undermine female voice-hearers: Implications for incorporating intersectionality within CBT for psychosis and other psychological interventions

Abstract

Intersectionality, a framework recently advanced in psychology, examines the joint impact of multiple forms of marginalisation on well-being. To date, this approach has not been applied to psychosis despite the well-documented... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Maria Haarmans (univ)

Topic Areas

Culture and ethnicity , Individual cognitive behavioural therapies and related approaches , Other themes in therapeutic approaches

Session

THPM2 WUP » Workshop: Intersectionality (Places limited - please sign up at Registration Desk) (17:05 - Thursday, 31st August, The Guild, Elizabeth Gidney 1 Room)

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