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date: 17 October 2019

(p. ix) About the Editors

(p. ix) About the Editors

Carolyn Zerbe Enns

Carolyn Zerbe Enns is Professor of psychology and a contributor to the ethnic studies and women’s studies programs at Cornell College. Her scholarly interests include multicultural, feminist, and transnational perspectives on psychotherapy and pedagogy. She has published approximately 60 articles and chapters on topics that focus primarily on gender, pedagogy, and feminist theory and psychotherapy. She is the author of Feminist Theories and Feminist Psychotherapies: Origins, Themes, and Diversity (2004), and the co-editor (with Ada L. Sinacore) of Teaching and Social Justice: Integrating Multicultural and Feminist Theories in the Classroom (2005). Carolyn spent a substantial portion of her childhood in Japan and has served as Resident Director for the Japan Study Program in Tokyo.

Elizabeth Nutt Williams

Elizabeth Nutt Williams has been a Professor of psychology at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, The Public Honors College, since 1997, where she has served as Coordinator for the Women, Gender and Sexuality Cross-Disciplinary Studies Program, Department Chair in Psychology, and Dean of the Core Curriculum and First Year Experience. Dr. Williams has been awarded honors for her teaching as well as for her scholarship, receiving two Early Career Awards in 2006 from the Division of Psychotherapy of the American Psychological Association (APA) and from the Society for Psychotherapy Research. She served as President of the Division of Psychotherapy of the APA in 2011, Chair of the Section for the Advancement of Women for the Division of Counseling Psychology at the APA from 2008–2010, and Newsletter Editor for the Society of Counseling Psychology of the APA from 2005–2007. She has served on the editorial boards for the journals Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy Research, and the Psychology of Women Quarterly. Her scholarly interests focus primarily on psychotherapy process, qualitative research methods, and feminist/multicultural approaches to counseling.

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