Intercultural Relationships in a Divided World

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As psychotherapists, we often encounter the challenges our clients are confronted with which are a reflection of the broader socio-political contexts of their lived realities. Hare Mustin (1994), in her classic text on gendered discourses in family therapy, highlights that our consulting rooms often mirror societal discourses and prejudices. Below we will draw on clinical vignettes of intercultural couples, struggling to overcome the issues that their differences can create in our current troubled times, to demonstrate the complexities involved, that can be disabling and disempowering.

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