You will write two 2-3 page double-spaced (1” margins, 12-pt Times New Roman font) papers on social identities and implications for counseling. One on one of your socially privileged identities, and the other on one of your socially oppressed identities. You may choose the order of papers, but you must eventually do both. Use the questions below to guide your paper.
Oppressed Identity: How may one of your oppressed identities impact your work as a counselor? How may oppression of this identity look like? What are applied examples in counseling and/or psychology? How may experiences of oppression be different for the counselor vs. the client?
Privileged Identity: How may one of your privileged identities impact your work as a counselor? What are examples of privilege of this identity? What are applied examples in counseling and/or psychology? How may experiences of privilege be different for the counselor vs. the client?
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Clarity and organization of your paper (including quality of writing, grammatical correctness, APA style, length of paper, 1” margins & 12-pt Times New Roman font).
Significance of your topic and the quality of your references
· Are your references up to date and related to your topic?
· You must cite at least 3 references within each paper
o You may count the Sue & Sue (2016 or 2008) textbook as one of these resources
o Online articles from EverydayFeminism, ForHarriet, Salon, HuffingtonPost, BlackGirlDangerous, BlogSpot, etc. are fine. If you are unsure, check with me.
Thoroughness and quality of your discussion of the topic
· Included general examples of privilege or oppression
· Included examples specific to counseling of privilege or oppression
· Discussed process of learning about privilege or oppression
o What were your reactions to learning about one of your privileged or oppressed identities? Where do you think this came from?
· What advice would you give to others learning about this privileged or oppressed identity?