The Elephant In the Room

Race, Culture, and the Therapy Relationship

The Reality of Race In Everyday Life

For many, celebrating diversity means pretending that our differences are superficial, that people are people. Yet, even in these celebratory spaces, there is an elephant in room. The reality is that race shapes our life prospects from birth until death. Forming authentic cross-racial relationships means first acknowledging the different racial realities of our lives. Read More

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Doris F. Chang is a clinical psychologist and Associate Professor of Psychology at the New School for Social Research.

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