This is one chapter in a two-volume book series. If you work with trauma survivors it would probably be worth your while to invest in this purchase. This particular chapter discusses the roots of trauma psychology in early feminist practice with survivors of rape, intimate partner violence, and childhood sexual abuse, and considers how and why cultural awareness and competence must be integrated into trauma practice.
Where to find
Brown, L. S. (2017). Feminist and multicultural perspectives in trauma psychology. In S. Gold, C. Dalenberg & J. Cook (Eds). APA handbook of trauma psychology (pp. 501-526). Washington DC: American Psychological Association.