An African Psychology Perspective on White Supremacy within UK Clinical Psychology
This article analyses UK institutional racism in Clinical Psychology from an African psychology perspective and suggests the more apt term 'global system of White supremacy' rather than 'racism.' Underlying psychological mechanisms such as implicit bias against Black people and favouritism towards White people are argued to impact clinical psychologists before, during and after training alongside issues such as class and disability.
McInnis, E. M. (2020). 'An African Psychology Perspective on White Supremacy within UK Clinical Psychology', The Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy, 20 (3), pp. 5-15.