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Judith Herman is a feminist psychiatrist, political activist, intellectual, and writer. Her work in the field of abuse and trauma spans decades. Her work is informed by generations of prolific thinkers, teachers, writers, and social/political activists. Her groundbreaking work, in turn, is...
Ellyn Kaschak is a pioneer feminist therapist whose contributions to feminist theory, practice, education, and advocacy have spanned the globe over the past 40 + years. From being a founder of one of the first feminist counseling services in the country in the early 1970s, Kaschak has influenced...
This is a description of the journey Hannah Lerman sees herself as having taken to become a feminist, feminist therapist, and feminist psychologist, and what she sees as her contributions to feminism along the way.
Harriet Lerner, a Menninger-trained psychologist, has published widely in scholarly journals and for a general audience. Her twelve books include The New York Times bestseller, The Dance of Anger, and she blogs for Psychology Today. In this chapter, she shares her personal and professional...
Psychotherapy came in for a drubbing by the Women’s Liberation Movement of the 1960s. Indeed, some movement members declared that Feminist Therapy was an oxymoron. Despite the antipathy, feminists in the mental health professions borrowed practices, ethical ideals, principles, and goals from the...
Sara Sharratt is a psychotherapist, a scholar and an activist, whose contributions to feminist therapy and social activism are innumerable. Some of her most salient work was during the years she spent witnessing and giving voice to countless victims at war crime tribunals in the former...
While growing up in a traditional, patriarchal family in Japan, I struggled between my wish to pursue my own dreams and the prevalent expectations for women to be subservient to men. The opportunity to come to the United States through marriage and to study at the University of California,...
Dr. Lenore E. A. Walker is one of the early feminist psychotherapists whose career has been described in this article to show the evolution as the values of women’s contributions to the world and psychology changed over time. She began as an elementary school teacher for emotionally disturbed...
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