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Liberation Psychology: Theory, Method, Practice, and Social Justice guides readers through the origins, development, and key concepts of liberation psychology; its methods, including participatory action research; its manifestation in clinical practice; its potential future applications; and its relation to social activism and social justice movements. Liberation psychology challenges traditional Western-based psychology by offering an emancipatory approach to understanding and addressing oppression among individuals and groups. This book provides an understanding of liberation psychology that enhances the work of all students, researchers, and practitioners in psychology by raising awareness of discrimination, inequality, and issues related to intersectionality; affirming cultural identities; fighting oppression; and promoting social change to help alleviate human suffering and support fairness, equality, and justice. The insights provided into liberation psychology's concepts of critical consciousness, empowerment, and social justice action can enhance the well-being of individuals and improve lives.
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Lillian Comas-Diaz, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in private practice and a clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at George Washington University. The author of over a hundred publications, Dr. Comas-DIaz is also the coeditor of Latina Psychologists: Thriving in the Cultural Borderlands, Womanist and Mujerista Psychologies, and Psychological Health of Women of Color. Dr. Comas-DIaz is the founding editor of Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology,the official journal of the Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues (Division 45 of the American Psychological Association). She is an associate editor of the American Psychologist. Edil Torres Rivera, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Counseling, Educational Leadership, Educational and School Psychology; and Director of the Latinx Studies program at Wichita State University, Kansas. His primary research focuses include complexity and the use of indigenous healing techniques as a necessary element in psychological work with ethnic minority populations in the United States. He serves on the editorial board of the Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology and is the editor of the Interamerican Journal of Psychology.
Part 1. Introduction Lillian Comas-DIaz and Edil Torres Rivera Part 2. Liberation Psychology Theory Chapter 1. Liberation Psychology: Origins and Development Mark Burton and Raquel Guzzo Chapter 2. Concepts of Liberation Psychology Edil Torres Rivera Chapter 3. Liberation Psychology and Racism RaUl QuiNones-Rosado Part 3. Liberation Psychology Method Chapter 4. From Freud to Fanon to Freire: Psychoanalysis as a Liberation Method Daniel Gaztambide Chapter 5. Liberation Psychology of and for Transformative Justice: Centering AcompaNamiento in Participatory Action Research Jesica Siham Fernandez Chapter 6. Feminist Participatory Action Research: Co-constructing Liberation Psychological Praxis Through Dialogic Relationality and Critical Reflexivity M. Brinton Lykes and Gabriela TAvara Part 4. Liberation Psychology Clinical Practice Chapter 7. Testimonios Alejandro Cervantes Chapter 8. Urban Liberation: Postcolonial Intersectional Feminism and Developing a Socially Conscious Therapeutic Practice Chakira M. Haddock-Lazala Chapter 9. Liberation Psychotherapy Lillian Comas-DIaz Part 5. Liberation Psychology and Special Populations Chapter 10. Black Minds Matter: Applying Liberation Psychology to Black Americans Thema Bryant-Davis and Shavonne J. Moore-Lobban Chapter 11. Liberation Psychology and LGBTQ Communities: Naming Colonization, Uplifting Resilience, and Reclaiming Ancient His-stories, Her-stories, and T-stories Anneliese A. Singh, Brean'a Parker, Anushka R. Aqil, and Falon Thacker Chapter 12. Transnational Feminist Liberation Psychology: Decolonizing Border Crossings Kathryn L. Norsworthy and Ouyporn Khuankaew Part 6. Liberation Psychology Social Action Chapter 13. Liberation Psychology, Creativity, and Arts-Based Activism/"Artivism": Culturally Meaningful Methods Connecting Personal Development and Social Change Ester R. Shapiro Chapter 14. Supporting Activists and Progressive Social Movements Tod Sloan and john brush Chapter 15. Liberation, Inspiration, and Critical Consciousness: Preparing the Next Generation of Practitioners Carrie CastaNeda-Sound, Daryl Rowe, Nahal Binazir, and Marlene Cabrera Part 7. Conclusion: Liberation Psychology and Beyond Edil Torres Rivera and Lillian Comas-DIaz