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Title: Therapeutic Challenges within the Antisocial Framing of Incarceration and Race


1
Therapeutic Challenges within the Antisocial
Framing of Incarceration and Race
2
Two Conundrums
  • Largely professional white therapists
    and largely poor people of color clients what is
    it to be a white ally in this setting?
  • Psychotherapy frame vs. incarceration frame
    (holding-containment) what is it to do therapy
    in a forensic setting?

3
Critical Race Theory
  1. Individual prejudice vs. Institutional racism
  2. Ethnicity vs. Race
  3. Nature vs. Nurture
  4. Old vs. New Types of Racism

4
Psychology and Race?
  • Race and Personality Disorders?
  • (e.g. Joel Kovels White Racism)
  • Race and Psychoanalytic concepts of

1. Instincts? 2. Objects? 3. Archetypes? 4.
Sex/Gender?
5. Defense Mechanisms 6. Projections 7.
Fantasy? 8. Frame?
5
Review of Personality Disorders
B
A
C
6
B
A
C
Dependent Avoidant Obsessive
7
B
A
C
Dependent Avoidant Obsessive Fearful,
Anxious, Neurotic Breakdowns
8
Paranoid
Schizotypal
B
A
Schizoid
C
Dependent Avoidant Obsessive
9
Psychotic Breaks
Paranoid
Schizotypal
B
A
Schizoid
C
Dependent Avoidant Obsessive
10
Antisocial Narcissist
Paranoid
Schizotypal
B
A
Histrionic Borderline
Schizoid
C
Dependent Avoidant Obsessive
11
Dramatic, Impulsive Breaking-out/Acting-out
Antisocial Narcissist
Paranoid
Schizotypal
B
A
Histrionic Borderline
Schizoid
C
Dependent Avoidant Obsessive
12
What connects or structures the clustersat what
points do they meet?
Cynic?
B
A
C
Detective?
Rescuer?
13
What corner is blocked out?
Cynic?
A
B
C
Rescuer?
Detective?
14
Cynic?
B
A
C
Rescuer?
Detective?
15
Cynic?
B
A
C
Rescuer?
Detective?
16
How are the corners blocked in or out or
framed?
B
A
C
?
17
Frame I
Cynic?
B
A
C
Rescuer?
Detective?
Neurotic Frame
18
Frame II-A
Cynic?
A
B
C
Rescuer?
Detective?
Cynical Frame
19
Frame II-B
Cynic?
B
A
C
Rescuer?
Detective?
Cynical Frame
20
Basic Idea of a Frame and Projection
Inside Included Centered Acceptable Normal
Outside Excluded Ignored Unacceptable Abnormal
21
Specific Idea of (1) whats inside
Protected Ego
22
(2) what the frame itself is
Protected Ego
Social conventions, rules, laws, limits, norms,
boundaries.
23
(3) applied to whiteness
Protected White Ego
White Norms
24
(4), whats outside
Scary parts of oneself that are excluded,
repressed, split-off, projected outside!
Protected Ego
???
???
25
(5) applied to the notion of fantasy

Cynical In-the-Know Fantasy
Protected Ego
Innocent Rescue Fantasy
Professional Detective Fantasy
Frame
26
Cluster C Avoidant White!!!
Cynical Knowledge!!!!!
Avoidant White Ego
???
???
Repressive White Frame
27
Cluster C Dependent White
Cynics
White Ego
Innocent Rescue Fantasy
Professional Detectives
  • White pity/idealization identifying with those
    poor people!

Repressive White Frame
28
Cluster C Dependent White
Cynics
White Ego
Innocent Rescue Fantasy
Professional Detectives
  • Selectively pointing out the elephant in the
    room!

Repressive White Frame
29
Cluster C Dependent White
Cynics
White Ego
Innocent Rescue Fantasy
Professional Detectives
  • Others have failed to help because at bottom
    they are cold-hearted.

Repressive White Frame
30
Cluster C Dependent White
Cynics
White Ego
Innocent Rescue Fantasy
Professional Detectives
  • White empathy My special trusting love will
    cure all!

Repressive White Frame
31
Cluster C Dependent White
  • Laughing at and guilt-tripping all
    narcissistic naiveté.

Cynics
White Ego
Innocent Rescue Fantasy
Professional Detectives
Repressive White Frame
32
Cluster C Dependent White
Cynics
White Ego
Innocent Rescue Fantasy
Professional Detectives
  • Rescuer needing rescue hurt, fearful, I
    resentfully retreat back into the frame.

Repressive White Frame
33
Cluster C Dependent White
Cynics
White Ego
Innocent Rescue Fantasy
Professional Detectives
  • Professionals to the rescue, taking control!

Repressive White Frame
34
Trust or empathy is not the issue!
  • We must remember that although we want to be
    trustworthy, trust is not the issue. We are not
    fighting racism so that people of color will
    trust us. Trust builds over time through our
    visible efforts to be allies and fight racism.
    Rather than trying to be safe and trustworthy, we
    need to be more active, less defensive, and put
    issues of trust aside.
  • Paul Kivel Uprooting Racism

35
Cluster C Obsessive White
Cynics
White Ego
Naïve Innocents
Professional Detective Fantasy
  • Ignorant, at risk, vulnerable peoples needing
    help.

Repressive White Frame
36
Cluster C Obsessive White
Cynics
White Ego
Naïve Innocents
  • Professional Detective Fantasy
  • Responsible, quick fix-it focus on details and
    blind spots.

Repressive White Frame
37
Cluster C Obsessive White
  • Laughing at and guilt-tripping the repeated
    failures.

Cynics
White Ego
Naïve Innocents
Professional Detective Fantasy
  • Angry about not being really helped.

Repressive White Frame
38
Cluster C Obsessive White
Cynics
White Ego
Naïve Innocents
Professional Detective Fantasy
  • Reinforced sense of white mans burden and
    need to enforce the frame.

Repressive White Frame
39
Cynical In-the-Know Fantasy?
  • Laughing at and guilt-tripping the repeated
    failures.
  • Laughing at and guilt-tripping all
    narcissistic naiveté.

Ego
Naïve Innocents
Professional Detectives
Frame?
40
Different Ways of Framing
Frame I. Neurotic II. Cynical III.
Cluster C A B ?
Institution Pluralistic Total ?
Features Right to Privacy Fluid Identity Flexible, Open No Privacy Fixed Identity Inflexible, Closed ?
Examples White pity, white empathy, white guilt Visual Cues Toeing the Line Frame Traps C.Y.A. Charting ?
41
Cynical In-the-know Fantasy
  • Knowing that the frame --though rigid and
    visible-- is arbitrary, biased, constructed.
  • As is the frame of race!
  • Enjoying this knowledge for its certainty In
    the know, above being duped or fooled or
    suckered, above the law.
  • ???

42
Cluster C Dependent White
  • Laughed at and guilt-tripped for a
    narcissistic naiveté.

Cynics
White Ego
Innocent Rescue Fantasy
Professional Detectives
  • My trust, empathy, love will cure all!
  • As long as you dont abuse my good will!

Repressive White Frame
43
Cluster B Borderline White
In-the-Know Cynics
False Labeled Self
Innocent Rescue Fantasy
Professional Detectives
  • No one understands me! Except maybe you?!

Labeling White Frame
44
Cluster B Borderline White
In-the-Know Cynics
False Labeled Self
Innocent Rescue Fantasy
Professional Detectives
  • White envy
  • White exoticization

Labeling White Frame
45
Cluster B Borderline White
In-the-Know Cynics
False Labeled Self
Innocent Rescue Fantasy
Professional Detectives
  • Easily charmed, flattered, seduced.
  • Then victimized and misunderstood again.

Labeling White Frame
46
The Rescuers Basic Life Lesson
  • Empathy, trust, love, comfort, acceptance, safety
    are not the main issues. Changing the
    institutional frame trap is the issue.
  • Importance of letting go of a Cinderella/Dogville
    double standard. (What if you treated them the
    way you let them treat you?)
  • Importance of mourning a loss of innocence.
    (e.g. Pinderhughes Understanding Race, Ethnicity,
    and Power. p. 107.)

47
Cluster B Antisocial
  • Cynical In-the-Know Fantasy
  • so cool, so hardened, so heartless so funny

False Labeled Self
Naïve Innocents
Professional Detectives
  • Always the weakest and most vulnerable as the
    target. Without mercy.

Labeling Frame
48
Cluster C Obsessive White
  • Laughed at and guilt-tripped for repeated
    failures.

Cynics
White Ego
Naïve Innocents
Professional Detective Fantasy
  • Reinforced sense of white mans burden and
    need to enforce the frame.

Repressive White Frame
49
The Professional Detectives Basic Life
Lesson
  • Importance of letting go of control and mourning
    loss of quick-fix competence and autonomy.
  • Danger of bureaucratic, passive-aggressive,
    paper-pushing, passing-the-buck stance. Commit,
    risk being wrong, be real!
    (e.g. Kivels dialogue, p. 99)

50
Cluster C Obsessive White
  • Laughed at and guilt-tripped for repeated
    failures.

Cynics
White Ego
Naïve Innocents
Professional Detective Fantasy
  • Reinforced sense of white mans burden and
    need to enforce the frame.

Repressive White Frame
51
Cluster A Schizoid White
In-the-Know Cynics
False Labeled Self
Naïve Innocents
Professional Detective Fantasy
Labeling Frame
52
Cluster A Schizoid White
In-the-Know Cynics
False Labeled Self
Naïve Innocents
Professional Detective Fantasy
  • Others loving vitality as too overwhelming and
    exhausting!

Labeling Frame
53
Cluster A Schizoid White
In-the-Know Cynics
False Labeled Self
Naïve Innocents
Professional Detective Fantasy
  • Impersonal, detached sense of self as odd,
    abnormal, not belonging

Labeling Frame
54
In-the-Know Cynics
  • Self as one of the few insiders who gets the
    joke that life is a theatre of the absurd,
    especially in regards to race.

False Labeled Self
Professional Detective Fantasy
Naïve Innocents
Labeling Frame
55
Cluster A Paranoid White
Cynical In-the-Know Fantasy
False Labeled Self
Naïve Innocents
Professional Detectives
Labeling Frame
56
Cluster A Paranoid White
Cynical In-the-Know Fantasy
False Labeled Self
Naïve Innocents
Professional Detectives
  • Others loving vitality as too invasive and
    threatening!

Labeling Frame
57
Cynical In-the-Know Fantasy
  • Self as the only one who gets the joke that
    everyone is duped by the conspiracy involving
    race!

False Labeled Self
Naïve Innocents
Professional Detectives
Labeling Frame
58
Cynical In-the-Know Fantasy
  • Self as the only one who gets the joke that
    everyone is duped by the conspiracy involving
    race!

False Labeled Self
Innocent Rescue Fantasy
Professional Detectives
  • Selective scanning for incongruous details that
    confirms the conspiracy theory.

Labeling Frame
59
The Cynics Basic Life Lesson
  • Yes, the frame is constructed and in that sense
    arbitrary and biased, and in that sense a joke.
  • But a joke isnt just a joke it expresses,
    releases, liberates a desire. Take
    responsibility for this desire. Theres always
    an expense.
  • Dont hide away by using in-group, wink-wink,
    code words and slang. Being cool isnt the issue.

60
Psychotherapys Frame
PLAY
Centered Self and Other
WORK
LOVE
TALKING CURE
61
Psychotherapys Frame
LOVE Letters Special concern for the personbut
through the medium of speech. No mind-reading or
mute pointing allowed! Trust not the person, but
the process of talking.
Centered Self and Other
Inclusive Frame of Talking Cure
62
Psychotherapys Frame
LOVE Letters Special concern for the personbut
through the medium of speech. No mind-reading or
mute pointing allowed! Trust not the person, but
the process of talking.
WORK of love Professional interest in subtle
details and blind spots. But neither rush to
solve the problem, nor procrastinate and passing
the buck. Passionately commit, risk, be real, be
vulnerable to being wrong.
Centered Self and Other
Inclusive Frame of Talking Cure
63
Word PLAY A good interpretation has the same
structure as a good joke 1. Through good timing,
it surprises the defenses
2. It releases and
frees a repressed desire
3. At an expensethat should be openly paid.

LOVE Letters Special concern for the personbut
through the medium of speech. No mind-reading or
mute pointing allowed! Trust not the person, but
the process of talking.
WORK of love Professional interest in subtle
details and blind spots. But neither rush to
solve the problem, nor procrastinate and passing
the buck. Passionately commit, risk, be real, be
vulnerable to being wrong.
Centered Self and Other
Inclusive Frame of Talking Cure
64
Cynics In-the-know Fantasy (but being cool and
in the know and funny helps few but yourself.
Own your desire, as your public
word.) ___________________________________________
___ ______________________________________________
______________________________________________
Gardner Fair Ph.D. MFT-I garderfair_at_yahoo.com
Antisocial
Paranoid
Narcissist
B
A
Schizotypal
Histrionic
Borderline
Schizoid
C
Dependent Avoidant Obsessive
Innocent Rescue Fantasy (but being simply,
mutely empathetic and trusting helps few but
yourself. Trust not the person but the
process.) _____________________ __________________
___ _____________________ _____________________ __
___________________ _____________________
Professional Detective Fantasy (but being right,
having the quick-fix solution helps few but
yourself.) _____________________ _________________
____ _____________________ _____________________ _
____________________ _____________________
Frames I. II.
III. Neurotic Cynical
Therapy Frame C Frame A/B
Frame ________ _________
________ ________ _________
________ ________ _________
________ ________ _________
________ ________ _________
________ ________ _________ ________
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