By Teresa McDowell
This quantity applies serious social theories to kin treatment perform, utilizing sociopolitical context for a clearer specialise in the ability dynamics of couple and family members relationships. Its decolonizing method of remedy is proven countering the pervasive cultural issues that furnish privilege to precise teams over others, feeding unequal and oppressive relationships that deliver households and to therapy. treatment is proven the following as a layered and nuanced approach, with practitioners constructing a moral human rights standpoint towards their paintings as they reduction consumers in negotiating for better justice and fairness of their relationships. Breaking new flooring in family members treatment, employing severe Social Theories to relatives remedy demanding situations social employees, social paintings researchers, therapists and psychologists to push past present principles of social understanding and cultural competence towards really liberatory client-centered practice.
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Many of those with whom we work have compared themselves and others to these types of essential, categorical differences between males and females. I am thinking of a girl I worked with some time ago before being introduced to post-structural thought. Among other gender variant behavior, she wore male identified clothing and got into fistfights at school. I remember struggling to categorize her in my own mind: Was she a tomboy? Was she transgender? What I was unable to do is help her and her family dismantle these categories in favor of supporting this young person in developing and expressing who she wanted to be.
When he himself admitted to feeling emotional he described himself as a momma’s boy. One of the supervisees in our group told his story of growing up smirking to mask forbidden feelings in order to remain male-identified among male family members and friends. It was his way to hold back tears and compassion that were incongruent with expectations of him as a future patriarch. Many women socialize girls into patriarchy as well, teaching them how to thrive in this unjust system. Girls are taught to think of others first, forgo their own needs, and accommodate males.
Examples on a broad social level include multiracial, intersex, and transgender identity movements. As members of these groups share their experience, public opinion shifts with the hope that change in social policy will follow. In therapy, we often expect that once family members understand each other’s thoughts, feelings, and experiences, they will empathize and allow themselves to be influenced. Sometimes this happens and sometimes it does not. Race and the Colonial Agenda Critical decolonizing theory sheds light on processes of colonization in contemporary society.
Applying Critical Social Theories to Family Therapy Practice by Teresa McDowell