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This article addresses the issues of white-centeredness and racialization that are inherent in contemporary American society and culture. The aim is to develop a conceptual framework by which dominant culture therapists and analysts might sensitize themselves to the implications of their dominance in the therapeutic process. While racialization is my fulcrum, the ideas I present could as easily be applied to heterosexism and to any situation in which a so-called normative standard regardingdoi:10.1080/15551024.2014.948365 fatcat:sxvciwoc4zf6nmtbe4yz7jhfua