Mutual Support: Relating, Habit Work, Nurturing Being
AbstractPsychology needs coalition with “client/survivor” activism. Responsibility and wholesomeness of social support can replace activity managing behavior and objectifying ‘madness’. Social justice psychology should organize itself with mutual support and fight retraumatization agendas in the course of sustaining this collaboration.
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