When industries began to close and fair-wage jobs in the United States began to disappear, government support for community-focused counseling approaches also came to a halt, to be replaced by corporate-run programs and strictly medical explanations for human problems. "Therapy as Political Activity" describes the effects of corporate control on the practice of therapy and, conversely, the effects of privatized therapy on society. The author gives specific case and program examples of clinical work that can strengthen the natural support systems of individuals. This book is written for general interested readers as well as clinicians
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Book Description Aventine Press, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # SONG1593305664