PSYC 347: Introduction to Feminist Counselling Report a Broken Link

This course is about feminist theory and the development of a feminist model of counselling. It is also about development as a feminist and as a counsellor. Some people may be taking this course to broaden their counselling perspectives; others may be taking the course because they are feminists and want to apply feminist philosophy and theory to their work in the helping professions. This course will help you achieve many objectives, including identifying and describing different theories of feminism and their implications for counselling and recognizing that becoming a qualified feminist counsellor is a complex process that demands time, reflection, self-knowledge, and further study.

Unit 1: The Role of Theory


Unit 2: Principles of Feminist Counselling


Unit 3: Liberal Feminism and Psychotherapy


Unit 4: Implications of Radical Social Change


Unit 5: Third-Wave Feminism and Therapy


Unit 6: Women of Colour


Unit 7: Toward a Transnational Feminist Understanding


Unit 8: Anticolonial Feminist Therapy


Unit 9: Becoming a Feminist Therapist