Section to develop for presentation

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Please open the powerpoint I have uploaded below. Please go to the the two sections of the powerpoint which have my name on it. My name is "Seetha". You are to develop the section.

The Two Sections are: Characteristics and Strengths of Women and Specific Challenges for Women. Please create the slides and put the information/ develop those two sections. After that please type the information I need to say for the voice recording.

Women as a Cultural Group: Counseling and psychosocial impact Jenny Govert & Seetha Lakshmanan November 2016 Outline Women as a Cultural Group Introduction Characteristics and Strengths of Women Specific Challenges for Women Clinical and Research Implications Social Justice & Advocacy for Women: The counselor’s role Summary Women as a Cultural Group Women as a Cultural Group The Indestructible Man (1956) Women as a Cultural Group  In the 1960’s, the feminist movement began the advancement of equality of women (Evans, Kincade, Marbley, & Seems, 2005).  Since the 1990’s, feminist theory evolved to encompass racial, ethnic and class considerations, and gender (Evans, Kincade, Marbley, & Seems, 2005).  Direct and in-direct sexism remains frequent, and is likely to affect a woman’s self- esteem and career choices (Bradley-Geist, Rivera, & Geringer, 2015).  It is important to consider woman as a distinct cultural group, since sexist norms are linked to many social and psychological challenges for women (Schwartz & Lindley, 2009). Women as a Cultural Group Characteristics and Strengths of Women  specific characteristics  values  Strengths  SEETHA  (Each page with APA citations which will be listed on the References Slide) This is the area for the imbedded voice recording After developing the section with both class resources and peer reviewed scholarly articles from ProQuest for the preceding slide, record a voice recording to imbed here. The 4-6 voice recording is up to you: present the material from the slide, discuss implications, etc. SEETHA Characteristics and Strengths of Women Specific Challenges for Women  What are the challenges this group faces and how do they impact the health and wellness of members within this group  Physical  Emotional  Social factors After developing the section with both class resources and peer reviewed scholarly articles from ProQuest for the preceding slide, create a voice recording imbedded in this section The 4-6 minute voice recording is up to you: present the material from the slide, discuss implications, etc. SEETHA Specific Challenges for Women Clinical and Research Implications  What are the evidenced-based, best practices to use in your approach to and in treatment with this group?  What biases, judgements or prejudices might counselors/psychologists need to address to avoid discriminating against or unethically treating members of this group?  JENNY After developing the section with both class resources and peer reviewed scholarly articles from ProQuest for the preceding slide, record a video of yourself. The 4-6 minute video is up to you: present the material from the slide, discuss implications, etc. JENNY Clinical & Research Implications Social Justice & Advocacy for Women: The counselor’s role  Please identify at least two measures (micro and macro level) you would take to promote social justice and advocacy for this group?  JENNY After developing the section with both class resources and peer reviewed scholarly articles from ProQuest for the preceding slide, record a video of yourself. The 4-6 minute video is up to you: present the material from the slide, discuss implications, etc. JENNY Social Justice & Advocacy for Women Summary  JENNY & SEETHA after completing the presentation content References  APA Format references here  JENNY & SEETHA  Continued page of APA Format references here  JENNY & SEETHA

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