How do Black Trainees Make Sense of Their 'Identities' in the Context of Clinical Psychology Training?
Prof Doc Thesis
Paulraj, Petrishia Samuel 2016. How do Black Trainees Make Sense of Their 'Identities' in the Context of Clinical Psychology Training? Prof Doc Thesis University of East London Psychology https://doi.org/10.15123/PUB.5401
|Authors||Paulraj, Petrishia Samuel|
|Type||Prof Doc Thesis|
This research explored how Black trainees in Clinical Psychology (CP) make sense of their identities in the context of training. In particular there was a focus on the influence of language, power and material realities on this process. This study was set in the context of CP’s historic and current socio-political contexts, including the profession’s historic relationship to ‘race’ and the current context of Personal and Professional Development (PPD) and ‘equality and diversity’ agendas. Identities are seen as integral to the personal development of CP trainees, however Black trainees’ perspectives on this had been largely neglected.
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.15123/PUB.5401|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||21 Nov 2016|
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