Psychologists can help by using Community Readiness Model to assess how ready the community is for social justice change. This method will help determine the readiness of the society to engage in social justice action at the level of system change. Secondly, there is a need to develop a model of social justice advocacy to ensure that it is a progressive action with various hallmarks.
Finally, Psychologists can work with other community organizers by researching the impacts of participating in advocacy work, inviting community organizers into professional meetings, providing services to the community directly, and incorporating advocacy issues in their curriculum.
Social workers can participate in political issues to ensure that minority communities are well represented. Additionally, social workers should ensure that they work for social change organizations.
This can be done through direct employment or volunteering services in these agencies to achieve social justice goals. Social workers should identify the oppressed community’s strengths and empower them. Finally, social workers should work with other organizations to promote social justice.
Mental health nurses can have remote mental health services which are easily available to society. They can also advocate for mental health services by creating awareness of mental health disorders, ensuring the availability of mental health services, and making mental health services affordable to the oppressed population.
Mental health nurses can promote psychoeducation to families through family outreach and door-to-door interventions to ensure that everyone in society receives relevant mental health.