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Why Clinical Science Must Change or Die: Integrating Intersectionality and Social Justice

Why Clinical Science Must Change or Die: Integrating Intersectionality and Social Justice AbstractClinical science must begin to embrace the richness and nuance involved in centering social justice, intersectionality, and diversity and creating space for these topics to exist within scholars, clients, clinical work, theory, and research. In this article, we discuss why the field has resisted these frameworks and offer strategies for increasing their integration in training, research, practice, and the field more broadly. This shift will increase diverse scholars in the field, transform the nature and questions asked within our research, the manner in which we conduct clinical interventions, and the relevance of clinical science for the populations we serve. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Women & Therapy Taylor & Francis

Why Clinical Science Must Change or Die: Integrating Intersectionality and Social Justice

Women & Therapy , Volume 43 (3-4): 21 – Oct 1, 2020

Why Clinical Science Must Change or Die: Integrating Intersectionality and Social Justice

Women & Therapy , Volume 43 (3-4): 21 – Oct 1, 2020

Abstract

AbstractClinical science must begin to embrace the richness and nuance involved in centering social justice, intersectionality, and diversity and creating space for these topics to exist within scholars, clients, clinical work, theory, and research. In this article, we discuss why the field has resisted these frameworks and offer strategies for increasing their integration in training, research, practice, and the field more broadly. This shift will increase diverse scholars in the field, transform the nature and questions asked within our research, the manner in which we conduct clinical interventions, and the relevance of clinical science for the populations we serve.

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Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Copyright
© 2020 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
1541-0315
eISSN
0270-3149
DOI
10.1080/02703149.2020.1729470
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Abstract

AbstractClinical science must begin to embrace the richness and nuance involved in centering social justice, intersectionality, and diversity and creating space for these topics to exist within scholars, clients, clinical work, theory, and research. In this article, we discuss why the field has resisted these frameworks and offer strategies for increasing their integration in training, research, practice, and the field more broadly. This shift will increase diverse scholars in the field, transform the nature and questions asked within our research, the manner in which we conduct clinical interventions, and the relevance of clinical science for the populations we serve.

Journal

Women & TherapyTaylor & Francis

Published: Oct 1, 2020

Keywords: Clinical psychology; diversity; intersectionality; social justice; training

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