EDITOR’S NOTE: This interview streamed live on June 22, 2022. Some offers and links may no longer be available. We went live just before the Supreme Court announced that Roe v Wade would be overturned. This is the original conversation.

With the future of reproductive rights challenged by a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion, many women feel that it’s not only abortion access that they stand to lose, but their ability to have a voice in the vital issues that affect them.

In this intimate conversation with Psychotherapy Networker, Carol Gilligan, iconic psychologist and author of feminist classics like In a Different Voice and Why Does the Patriarchy Exist?, will draw from her expertise on women’s morality and psychology to provide insight into how therapists can address these current cultural pressures in session.

Watch the video on YouTube.

Lauren Dockett

Lauren Dockett, MS, is the senior writer at Psychotherapy Networker. A longtime journalist, journalism lecturer, and book and magazine editor, she’s also a former caseworker taken with the complexity of mental health, who finds the ongoing evolution of the therapy field and its broadening reach an engrossing story. Prior to the Networker, she contributed to many outlets, including The Washington Post, NPR, and Salon. Her books include Facing 30, Sex Talk, and The Deepest Blue. Visit her website at laurendockett.com.