Allied Health Professionals, Counselors, Demographers, Epidemiologists, Interventionalists, Mental Health Evaluators, Physicians, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Public Health Professionals, Social Scientists, Social Workers, Therapists
W&T is the only professional journal that focuses entirely on the complex interrelationship between women and the therapeutic experience. Devoted to theoretical, clinical, intersectional, qualitative and quantitative analyses of issues concerning women and therapy, the journal is intended for feminist practitioners, as well as for individuals interested in the practice of feminist therapy. W&T focuses on a wide range of content areas, including: The process of therapy with female clients; Problems in living that affect women in greater proportion than men, such as depression, eating disorders, and agoraphobia; Women's traditional and nontraditional roles in society and how these affect and can be affected by therapy, as well as the special needs of minority women, lesbians, older women, and women with disabilities; The special needs of feminist therapists, effective interventions, and alternatives and alternatives to traditional diagnosis and treatment. The high-quality, peer reviewed articles in Women & Therapy will be of greatest interest to feminist therapists and health professionals; individuals who educate, supervise, or train therapists; individuals in training to become therapists; and feminist researchers and scholars who are interested in issues confronting women and therapy.