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Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
Women & Therapy
Historically, psychology has operated from a pathology-based perspective. In the last several years, however, efforts have been made to balance this view with an acknowledgement of individual strengths and assets. For biracial women and girls, this approach may be particularly useful. Through the utilization of several techniques, including solution-focused interventions and narrative approaches to treatment, therapists can empower their female biracial clients through development of their strengths.
Edwards, Lisa and Pedrotti, Jennifer Teramoto, "Utilizing the Strengths of Our Cultures: Therapy with Biracial Women and Girls" (2004). College of Education Faculty Research and Publications. 51.