Critical community psychology: What, why and how?

David Fryer, Paul Duckett, Rebekah Pratt

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We are differently positioned - amongst many other ways - in terms of gender, sexual orientation, impairment, social class, age, academic seniority, income and employment security. We have areas of intellectual consensus and areas of difference. We are not clones of each other. On some issues we are united; on others we align ourselves differently. We are critical of each other's work but because we share some key values and ideological positions, we regard each other's critical relfection on our work as a sign that our work is being taken seriously by people whose views we value, who are working towards the same broader goals as we are and whose feedback is based on foundations with which we, broadly, are comfortable. We are all three engaged in critical community psychology.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)39-43
Number of pages5
JournalClinical psychology forum
Publication statusPublished - 2004


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