2 edition of Clinical application of the Stone Center theoretical approach to minority women found in the catalog.
Clinical application of the Stone Center theoretical approach to minority women
by Stone Center for Developmental Services and Studies, Wellesley College in Wellesley, Mass
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 17.
|Statement||Clevonne W. Turner.|
|Series||Work in progress ;, no. 28, Work in progress (Stone Center for Developmental Services and Studies) ;, no. 28.|
|LC Classifications||BF1 .W67 no. 28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||89104639|
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Clinical application of the Stone Center theoretical approach to minority women. Author: Clevonne W. Turner The Stone Center's 'self-in-relation' theory represents and validates a significant part of the minority woman's maturation process as she adds and redefines, rather than separates from, significant relationships.
This dynamic impacts both the therapeutic relationship and the client's life outside of therapy. / Janet L. Surrey --Clarity in connection: empathic knowing, desire, and sexuality / Judith V. Jordan --Clinical applications of the Stone Center theoretical approach to minority women / Clevonne W.
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Women's Growth in Connection offers a sampling of the influential idea s emanating from The Stone Center, Wellesley College, about women's me aning systems, values, and organization of experiences. These chapters, about women's ways of being in the world, frame an innovative relati onal perspective on women's psychological development.5/5(1).
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Governmental discrimination typically takes form in constitutional discrimination and stays that. The history of women’s participation in clinical trials is recorded through policies and regulations. “Policy development in the area of protection of human research subjects began in with the issuance of the Nuremberg Code, which outlined standards for the judgment of flagrantly abusive human experimentation conducted by the Nazis during World War II” (: p2).This may be because evidence suggests un-adapted MI does not adversely impact minority clients (Hettema, Steele, & Miller, ).
In fact, a meta-analysis of health behavior studies using MI reported a greater effect size for minority compared to non-minority samples (Hettema et al., ). However, this conclusion was based on a handful of.