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by Robert T. Carter

eBook The Influence of Race and Racial Identity in Psychotherapy: Toward a Racially Inclusive Model download ISBN: 047124533X
Author: Robert T. Carter
Publisher: Wiley (February 27, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 312
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Carter presents models of racial identity for all racial groups and offers numerous case studies of various psychosocial resolutions within racial groups.

Carter presents models of racial identity for all racial groups and offers numerous case studies of various psychosocial resolutions within racial groups.

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The influence of race and racial identity in psychotherapy: Toward a racially inclusive model. Development of the White racial identity inventory. John Wiley & Sons, 1995. AL Pieterse, NR Todd, HA Neville, RT Carter. Journal of Counseling Psychology 59 (1), 1, 2012. Chapter 7: Racial identity and education. RT Carter, AL Goodwin

The influence of race and racial identity in psycho- therapy: Toward a racially inclusive model. In K. Schneider (E., ive psychotherapy: Guideposts to the core of practice (pp. 100–109). Comas-Diaz, L. (2012). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Identity in Psychotherapy Toward a Racially Inclusive Model Robert Carter Wiley .

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Carter, R. T. The influence of race and racial identity in psychotherapy: Toward a racially inclusive model. Race’ and racism: An attempt to organize difference. Group Analysis, 26, 277-293. Westport, CT: Praeger.

Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. Volume 27, Issue 1. January 1999, pp. 97-99. The Influence of Race and Racial Identity in Psychotherapy: Toward a Racially Inclusive Model, Robert T. Carter. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1998. pp. 320. £5. 0 (hardback), £2. 5 (paperback). FREDERICK W. HICKLING (a1). Consultant Psychologist North Birmingham Mental Health Trust.

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This book defines the decisive role of racial identity in personality development. It presents a racially inclusive model of psychotherapy and describes how this model is applied in a clinical context. It also proposes new training programs based on this model.

A revolutionary theory, a clinical watershed, a masterfultextThe Influence of Race and Racial Identity in Psychotherapy, RobertT. Carter changes the course of a century of psychological theory,practice, and education. He debunks the traditional belief thatrace has a marginal impact on personality development and, withcompelling empirical evidence, demonstrates that race is thedefining factor above other experiences of living in the UnitedStates and a crucial ingredient in the therapeutic process.Carter presents models of racial identity for all racial groups andoffers numerous case studies of various psychosocial resolutionswithin racial groups. He constructs the first racially inclusivemodel of psychotherapy--a rigorous conceptual framework thataffords clinicians a deeper awareness of how racial issues affecttheir dealings with patients--and creates a means of integratingthat knowledge into their practices.The Influence of Race and Racial Identity in Psychotherapy: * Defines the decisive role of racial identity in personalitydevelopment * Presents a racially inclusive model of psychotherapy * Describes how this model is applied in a clinical context * Proposes new counselor training programs based on thismodel.This immensely valuable text helps students in multiculturalcounseling and psychotherapy develop an awareness of their ownlevels of racial identity as well as those of their patients. Forpracticing therapists, it opens new vistas in the therapeuticprocess and provides new avenues through which to better understandand serve their patients.
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Gashakar
Written nearly twenty years ago, Carter make a strong case for examining and understanding racial identity in a psychotherapeutic setting. White racism in the United States is woven into the principles and institutions of democracy. The impact of four centuries of racial oppression - both for the oppressed and the oppressor - has taken a psychological toll, and thus brings issues of race to the forefront of psychotherapy. Carter provides an approach to therapy that is inclusive in that it requires both therapist and patient to be aware of their their racial identity development and beliefs. Recommended for therapists of all racial identities.
Eseve
Good book....