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social advocacy

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act of arguing on behalf of an individual, group, idea, or issue in the pursuit of influencing outcomes

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social justice

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belief in a just world with fair treatment and equal distribution of the benefits of society

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social justice counseling

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recognizes the impact of oppression, privilege, and discrimination on the mental health of individuals

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social injustice

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punishment for not following norms and the unequal assignment of privilege

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oppression

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state of asymmetric power characterized by dominion, subordination, and resistance, where the dominating person or groups exercise their power by restricting access to material resources and by implanting in the subordinated persons or groups fear or self-deprecating views about themselves

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structural violence

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marginalization that results from oppressive institutions

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oppression by force

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act of imposing on an individual or groups an object, label, role, experience, or living condition that is unwanted and causes physical and psychological pain

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oppression by deprivation

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depriving an individual or groups an object, label, role, experience, or living condition and hinders psychological and physical well-being

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primary oppression

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overt acts of oppression, including oppression by force and oppression by deprivation

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secondary oppression

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individuals benefiting from the overt oppressive acts of others

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tertiary oppression

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aka internalized oppression, refers to the identification of the dominant message by members of the minority group, often to seek acceptance by the dominant group

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power

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having control, choice, autonomy, and authority or influence over others

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privilege

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having power, access, advantage, and a majority status

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resilience

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behaviors and attitudes that clients identify as beneficial in coping with stressful situations and adversity

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empowerment

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the process by which the powerless and marginalized become aware, develop skills and capacity for gaining control, exercising said control without infringing on the rights of others, while actively supporting the empowerment of others

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ACA advocacy competencies

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call for increased knowledge of social justice in counseling, advocating when appropriate (A.6.a Advocacy) but only with prior client consent (A.6.b Confidentiality and Advocacy)

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levels of advocacy competency

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microlevel (client/student)
middle level (community & systems)
macrolevel (public information and policy)

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2 realms of advocacy competency

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acting with & acting on behalf

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ACA advocacy competency

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  1. client/student empowerment
  2. client/student advocacy
  3. community collaboration
  4. systems advocacy
  5. public information
  6. social/political advocacy
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self-awareness

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awareness of one’s own cultural values and biases

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client services

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empowerment of disenfranchised clients by understanding the client’s worldview, formulating questions that expose

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community collaboration

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working toward social change at the organizational and institutional levels