WE Matter!

  • Wendi S. Williams
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  • Verwacht 30 november 2021
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Increasingly, social, cultural, and political discourse is deeming Black women and girls to be a critical group to engage. We are told their lives should matter, and yet, there is also overwhelming evidence that Black women and girls continue to be what Malcolm X declared, "The most neglected person in America". This critical volume engages a conversation at the intersection of the fields of education and psychology among recognized Black women scholars that contemporizes the discourse about Black women's and girls' diversity, their socio-cultural contexts, and various approaches to communal and clinical work with them to support their mental health, wellness, and thrivance. WE Matter!: Intersectional Anti-Racist Feminist Interventions with Black Girls and Women is a significant new contribution to Black Studies, Mental Health, and Gender Studies, and will be a great resource for academics, researchers, and advanced students of Sociology, Psychology, Education, and Politics. The chapters in this book were originally published as a special issue of Women & Therapy.
Introduction Wendi S. Williams Complexifying What it Means to be Black and Female 1. Black Women: Then and Now Diane M. Adams and Elana H. Lott 2. Developing a Black Feminist Analysis for Mental Health Practice: From Theory to Praxis Lani V. Jones and Michelle A. Harris 3. Strong Like My Mama: The Legacy of "Strength," Depression, and Suicidality in African American Women Brandeis "Nilaja" Green 4. Voices Unheard: An Intersectional Approach to Understanding Depression among Middle-Class Black Women Quenette L. Walton and Camille Boone Conversations across Generations 5. "Why Doesn't Anyone Help Us?": Therapeutic Implications of Black Girls' Perceptions of Health Maryam M. Jernigan 6. Analyzed Selfie: Stereotype Enactment, Projection, and Identification Among Digitally Native Black Girls Wendi S. Williams and Anissa L. Moody 7. Using Hair-Combing Interactions to Enhance Relationships between Black Women and Girls Impacted by Homelessness Nola M. Butler Byrd, Michelle J. Rowe-Odom, Ojore L. Bushfan, Ava Gill, Kathleen Baca and Marva L. Lewis 8. Caregivers for the Elderly: Clinical Issues and Intervention Yvonne Jenkins Clinical and Training Implications 9. Still We Rise: Psychotherapy for African American Girls and Women Exiting Sex Trafficking Thema Bryant-Davis and Robyn L. Gobin 10. Invisible Bruises: Theoretical and Practical Considerations for Black/Afro-Latina Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Delida Sanchez, Luz Marquez Benbow, Martha Hernandez-Martinez and Josephine V. Serrata 11. Living in the Margins: Intersecting Identities and Clinical Work with Black Women Harriet Curtis-Boles 12. Caregivers for the Elderly: Clinical Issues and Intervention Yvonne Jenkins 13. Training and Supervision Needs of Practitioners Working with African American Women Sharlet A. Anderson and Leslie C. Jackson
Uitgavejaar 2021
ISBN 9781032058047
Verschijningsdatum 30 nov. 2021
Omvang 270
Auteur(s) Wendi S. Williams
Bindwijze Gebonden
Taal Engels
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