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Is It Good to Be 'Grey' in the Therapy Room?: The Politics of Religion and Religious Culture in the Therapeutic Context— Josie McSkimming

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Is It Good to Be ‘Grey’ in the Therapy Room?: The Politics of Religion and Religious Culture in the Therapeutic Context— Josie McSkimming

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This paper explores some dilemmas, ethical considerations, and ideas for therapeutic practice in contexts where clients may be experiencing some questions in relation to religion, specifically Christianity. Through engaging with Foucault’s notions of ‘subjugated knowledges’, ‘projects of genealogies’, ‘the Gaze’, and ‘power/knowledge’, the author suggests options for nuanced identity projects of reclamation in contexts of power and subjugation.

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