Blackness Interrupted: Black Psychology Matters explores the subject of Black psychology as a field or branch of psychology that adequately addresses and explores psychology beyond the Eurocentric perspective of psychology as it relates to the Black experience. A captivating and persuasive analysis of racial bias in educational psychology by Osborne and Gittens.
It is no secret that the many accomplishments of African Americans in the field of Psychology have not been spotlighted as it should. The term "Multicultural Counseling '' has recently immersed in the counseling field to help address issues of the varying differences of different groups in therapy, as it relates to the client's age, race, ethnicity, social economic status, disability, sexual orientation, indigenous heritage, national origin and gender. The term "Black Psychology" has been coined before multicultural counseling and directly pertains to the Black experience living in America, as this key concept has been absent from studies. Every treatment model has been based on the worldview on the dominant white culture.