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Counseling Psychology and Disenfranchisement : Using What We Have to Change the Game

Counseling Psychology and Disenfranchisement : Using What We Have to Change the Game

Counseling Psychology and Disenfranchisement: Using What We Have to Change the Game
Laura Smith

“If we are not using what we have for changing the rules of the game, then we are just playing the game.”

The quote above is from an interviewee in a study of White antiracist identity (L. Smith & Redington, 2010, p. 544), and it represents just one of the many times that I have learned something profound and unforgettable from a qualitative research participant. It surfaced again for me in association with the topic for this chapter: How can counseling psychology serve disenfranchised people? As individuals with accepted formal credentials and members of a respected ...

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