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Relational Cultural Theory: Moving Towards Connection

In this episode, Dr. Kashunda McGriff talks about Relational Cultural Theory. RCT is a theory rooted in feminist and social justice that recognizes how people grow in and through connection. Dr. McGriff shares her experience as a counselor and professor using RCT as a conceptual framework for helping others.

Relational Cultural Theory: Moving Towards Connection

Episode

In this episode, Dr. Kashunda McGriff talks about Relational Cultural Theory. RCT is a theory rooted in feminist and social justice that recognizes how people grow in and through connection. Dr. McGriff shares her experience as a counselor and professor using RCT as a conceptual framework for helping others.

Guest

Dr. Kashunda McGriff is a licensed professional counselor and nationally credentialed counselor. She is also a professor who teaches a variety of courses at the junior college level. Dr. McGriff is known for her research examining the lived experiences of black women and the shaming and politicizing of their choice to be single. She is also an avid utilizer of RCT in her counseling work.

Resources

Using Relational-cultural Theory to Negotiate Relational Rebuilding in Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence: Journal of Creativity in Mental Health: Vol 13 , No 2 - Get Access (tandfonline.com)

Transcript

https://otter.ai/u/bI5bXT08E2IzExdzXiQRumizrkE?utm_source=copy_url

Citation

Speedlin Gonzalez, S. (Producer). (2024, June 14). Relational Cultural Theory: Moving Towards Connection [Audio Podcast]. The Thoughtful Counselor. Retrieved from https://concept.paloaltou.edu/resources/the-thoughtful-counselor-podcast/-temporary-slug-da2f0709-9cc8-413e-b81c-e46991b8e585?hs_preview=gPAaWncr-170405431908

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