Therapists as Activists

Howes, Ryan
May 2012
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine;May/Jun2012, p69
An interview with activist and retired therapist Mary Pipher is presented. When asked on the evolution of her activism, she says that she has a history of involvement in activism, wherein she was an activist in Berkeley, California in 1960s. She adds that she is back in activism to stop the Keystone XL pipeline due to its potential oil spill, and activism guided her to make new friends and feel empowered.


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