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RTC:Rural disability maps used in new rural psychology textbook

cover of Ethics in Rural Psychology text book

RTC:Rural’s national disability rate maps are featured in a newly published text book “Ethics in Rural Psychology.” The book was written by Dr. Sara Boilen, a psychologist practicing in northwestern Montana, and published by Routledge on Aug. 3.  

We emailed Dr. Boilen with a few questions about her new book. The below questions have been lightly edited.


Q & A with Dr. Sara Boilen, author of Ethics in Rural Psychology

RTC:Rural: What is your new book about? Who is it written for?

Dr. Sara Boilen: The book is a tool aimed at mental healthcare professionals in rural areas and students who may someday serve rural Americans. I provide the reader with a general understanding of rural America (and the complexities of rurality) and an overview of some of the relevant cultural factors therein. I then provide a pathway for navigating the tricky ethical landscape commonly found by practitioners serving in insular communities. 

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