About the Book
1 Introduction; Susan Sisko.- 2 Post-colonialism; Noritta Morseu-Diop, Corrinne Sullivan, Sharlene Cruickshank, Vicki Hutton.- 3 Racism; Alperhan Babacan, Rachael Jacobs, Alanna Kamp, Yin Paradies, Anton Piyarathne, Caroline Wang, Karen Zwi and Lisa Woodland, Vicki Hutton.- 4 Classism; Matt Fisher, Christopher Scanlon, Bernard Deojee, Vicki Hutton.- 5 Sexism; Fiona Kate Barlow, Raine Vickers-Jones, Beatrice Alba, Emma Williamson, Vicki Hutton.- 6 Heterosexism and Cisgenderism; Michael Barnett, Filipe Fotheringham, Vicki Hutton and Kieran O'Loughlin.- 7 Ageism; Catherine Barrett, Sarah Bostock, Alessandra Chinsen, Ilsa Hampton, Magenta Simmons, Ellie Brown, Nicholas Fava and Vivienne Browne, Lucas Walsh, Vicki Hutton.- 8 Ableism; Sarah Wayland and Jennifer Smith-Merry, Sarina Rakidzic and Amie O'Shea, Richard Schweizer, Kate Gill, Vicki Hutton.- 9 Sizeism; Cat Pausé, Deborah Lupton, Tayla Cadigan, Vicki Hutton.- 10 Religious Hegemonism; Kathleen McPhillips, Maxine Rosenfield, Ridwan Haq, Vicki Hutton.- 11 Key principles of multicultural counselling and psychology; Susan Sisko.
About the Author: Vicki Hutton is Associate Professor in the Discipline of Counselling at the Australian College of Applied Psychology, Australia. She is a researcher in areas including quality of life, mental health stigma and discrimination, HIV and AIDS, social cohesion and the human animal bond. Susan Sisko is a career psychologist and Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences at Western Sydney University, Australia, where she conducts research in the area of racism, community mental health and clinical supervision. She also lectures in clinical topics, research, ethics and multicultural perspectives.