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dc.contributor.authorNielsen, Karen
dc.identifier.other2007 Canadian Women’s Studies Association (CWSA) Conference in Saskatoon, SK, May 27-30 ,2007
dc.descriptionThe paper was positively received, although the audience was small. The possibility of a book on feminist family therapy was discussed. this will be followed up in the Fall.en
dc.description.abstractThis presentation will explore the process of writing a women’s studies correspondence-based distance course on Feminist Family Therapy, the third course written by these two authors. Along with the usual challenges of writing a Canadian distance delivery course, a number of other challenges were encountered. The biggest challenge was although many Canadian counselors say they practice Feminist Family Therapy, very little has been recently written about it in Canada.en
dc.description.sponsorshipAcademic & Professional Development Fund (APDF)en
dc.subjectwomen's studiesen
dc.subjectfeminist family therapyen
dc.titleFeminist Family Therapy: The Process of Writing a Women’s Studies Correspondence-Based Distance Courseen

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