Volume 19, Issue 1
¿Does it Matter the Gender Differences in the Decisions of Therapists?
Stereotyped expectations on the roles women and men should play in our western cultures involve us in belief systems that anesthetize us and influence on decisions in ways that may not help our consultants so, we think that we need to be trained in how to be aware of such assumptions and their consequences. Some clinical experience can illustrate those anesthesia and the ways they conditionate therapeutical decisions. Focusing on gender diversities and the importance of relationships in everyday life I describe some statements belonging do these belief systems, ways to recognize them and conversational strategies to de – construct them.
gender awareness, everyday life, anesthesia, belief systems