Does Whiteness Need Dismantling?

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Wood, N. 2019. Does Whiteness Need Dismantling? Division of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference 2019. Manchester, UK 23 - 24 Jan 2019 British Psychological Society.
AuthorsWood, N.
TypeConference paper
Abstract

Presentation addressing Whiteness as a component of identity within Clinical Psychology. Furthermore, this needs both raising awareness around how Whiteness is manifest within the profession, as well as ways of challenging and deconstructing this.

KeywordsWhiteness; Identity; Clinical Psychology
Year2019
ConferenceDivision of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference 2019
PublisherBritish Psychological Society
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Completed23 Jan 2019
Deposited24 Oct 2019
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