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Record identifier : 567418
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Ulrike, Shannon
Title and statement of responsibility : An integrated approach to treating women with disabilities using feminist and disability affirmative psychotherapies [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Alliant International University, San Francisco Bay, 2005
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Psy.D.
Body granting the degree : , Alliant International University, San Francisco Bay
Summary or Abstract : Discrimination against women with disabilities has innumerable social and psychological consequences. Historically, women with disabilities have yielded to social standards that undermine their worth and influence; however, a growing number are revolting against their oppression, and are looking to the feminist and disability rights movements for advocacy. Feminist/women's rights efforts ostensibly began in mid-19 th Century and evolved in response to growing consciousness of women's subordination under patriarchy. Contemporary feminists actively resist socially-constructed hierarchies that discriminate based on a range of attributes, including sex, race, culture, class, age, and sexual orientation. The disability rights movement, which is rooted in civil rights efforts of the 1950's-1970's, has fostered legal and social reform that assures greater public, private, and environmental access for people with disabilities, and continues to challenge standards and stereotypes that render people with disabilities as weak and useless. Although both movements appeal to women with disabilities for their specific efforts, neither has addressed the unique concerns of women with disabilities and, in some instances, has perpetuated discrimination against this particular group. Adequate support for women with disabilities calls for collaborative feminist and disability rights efforts in social, political, and service domains. Both feminist and disability rights objectives have evolved into politically informed psychotherapies that, if integrated, might prove valuable in addressing the psychological consequences of oppression for women with disabilities. Feminist therapy concentrates on the psychological effects of sexist oppression and encourages personal resistance to sociopolitical factors that undermine a woman's strength and authority. Disability affirmative therapy considers the experience of disability within a sociopolitical context of able-bodied paradigms, and moderates distress by promoting disability rights consciousness, personal and systemic advocacy, and standards of living that facilitate optimal functioning. Feminist and disability affirmative psychotherapies share commonalities that suggest a strong compatibility. However, there are some departing concepts that must be considered carefully in the context of treatment for women with disabilities. An integrated approach to treatment using feminist and disability affirmative psychotherapies is explored using a case example, followed by a discussion of limitations, and an appeal for continued efforts to improve psychological services for women with disabilities..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Psychotherapy, Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Womens studies
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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