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By: Anneliese A. Singh & Carmen F. Salazar

In: Handbook of Group Counseling & Psychotherapy

Chapter 23: Using Groups to Facilitate Social Justice Change: Addressing Issues of Privilege and Oppression

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Using Groups to Facilitate Social Justice Change: Addressing Issues of Privilege and Oppression
Using groups to facilitate social justice change: Addressing issues of privilege and oppression
Anneliese A. SinghCarmen F. Salazar

There has been much discussion about the roots of social justice in counseling (Crethar, Torres Rivera, & Nash, 2008; Goodman et al., 2004). This “return” to our values of social justice change and advocacy in counseling has extended to the practice of group work, leading to examination of group interventions with a different lens. Social justice is a critically important aspect of group work, because group leaders and members each have intersections of identities related to privilege and oppression. Just as scholars have asserted all groups are multicultural in nature (DeLucia-Waack & Donigian, 2004), all ...

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