Female Voices in Counseling: Celebrating Women’s Contributions to Our Field

Mar 31, 2019 10:00am ‐ Mar 31, 2019 10:30am


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The purpose of this poster is to celebrate the works of female theorists. Most counselor preparation programs do a competent job of teaching the counseling ideas of male theorists. Powerful women have made significant contributions to the advancement of counseling practice in a variety of schools, such as psychodynamic, interpersonal, and cognitive–behavioral perspectives, as well as to the development of career counseling theory. This poster examines these contributions.

  • After this poster presentation participants will be able to identify the contributions of female theorists that changed to dynamic and interpersonal approaches. a)   Anna Freud b)   Melanie Klein.
  • After this poster presentation participants will be able to identify the contribution of female theorists to cognitive-behavioral  and interpersonal approaches. a) Marsha Linehan - cognitive behavioral approaches b) Karen Horney - interpersonal approaches c) Nataliw Rogers - interpersonal approaches.
  • After this poster presentation participants will be able to identity the contributions of female theorists career counseling theory and practice. a) Ann Roe b) Linda Gottfredson.

Speaker(s):

  • BethAnne Swick, MEd, Director of Programs, Haugland Therapy Services
  • Tina Back, MEd, Senior Mental Health Therapist, Child Focus

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