Feminist Peer Counseling: A Training Manual for Volunteer Groups
Master of Arts (MA)
Committee or Advisor Chair
Frank Blume, Ph.D.
Glenn Whitlock, Ph.D.
psychology, transpersonal psychology, feminism, peer counseling, training volunteers, domestic violence
Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Psychology | Social Psychology and Interaction | Transpersonal Psychology
This project was developed in response to requests for training from volunteer groups that formed to meet the needs of the emerging woman, the formerly silent woman. The woman who has been battered, abandoned, raped, exploited, a victim of incest, underemployed, isolated or troubled by shifting values in a transitioning society - the woman who is learning to voice her at-first timid request for help.
Schmitendorf, Allison L., "Feminist Peer Counseling: A Training Manual for Volunteer Groups" (1980). Johnston Master Theses (20th Century). 8.