- define Intersectionality and explore the principles and theoretical perspectives that have informed academic thinking about the concept
- consider intersectionalities you may encounter in your work with GSRD clients and the therapeutic issues that may arise as a result, including the complexities of coming out, relational power and experiences of privilege and oppression
- examine your own intersecting identities and develop your ability to communicate about intersectionality and its implications in personal and professional contexts
Candidates who submit and pass a short set of tutor-marked questions will achieve a Certificate of Study worth 15 hours of CPD credit from Pink Therapy.
About the Author:
Dr Catherine Butler is a Clinical Psychologist and Systemic Psychotherapist with a background in NHS Sexual Health Services and training with Pink Therapy and at various universities, primarily on Intersectionality and sexual/gender minorities. She has researched and published in these areas and co-edited the book Intersectionality, Sexuality and Psychological Therapies.
Intersectionality is one of my favourite modules. It does not only help me better understand clients but also provoke me to reflect on how to situate myself in and outside of a counselling room.