3 edition of Affirmative psychotherapy and counseling for lesbians and gay men found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-226) and index
|Statement||Jeffrey N. Chernin, Melissa R. Johnson|
|Contributions||Johnson, Melissa R|
|LC Classifications||BF637.C6 C395 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 233 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||233|
|ISBN 10||0761917683, 0761917691|
|LC Control Number||2002013028|
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Affirmative Psychotherapy and Counseling for Lesbians and Gay Men offers a broad base of research, practice, and advocacy information about the special counseling needs of gays and lesbians.
Authors Jeffrey N. Chernin and Melissa R. Johnson discuss universal themes as they apply to lesbian and gay clients, as well as issues unique to lesbians. Chernin, J N & Johnson, M RAffirmative psychotherapy and counseling for lesbians and gay men, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA, viewed 28 Aprildoi: / Chernin, Jeffrey N and Melissa R Johnson.
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We provide counseling, therapy and consultation at. The following excerpt is from my book, “Affirmative Psychotherapy and Counseling for Lesbians and Gay Men:” “We (co-author Dr.
Melissa Johnson and I) have heard therapists tell us that there is no difference between providing therapy for gay/lesbian clients and heterosexual clients.
Get this from a library. Affirmative psychotherapy and counseling for lesbians and gay men. [Jeffrey N Chernin; Melissa R Johnson] -- For practising therapists, as well as students, this book gives practical and usable information on how to provide affirmative therapy to lesbians and gay men.
Research examples and numerous case. In the past decade, assisting gay and lesbian clients with the coming out process, helping clients to manage stigmatized identities, and assisting counselors in removing their homophobic attitudes were the first priorities in dealing with homosexuality.
This book outlines some of the issues that gays, lesbians, and bisexuals must deal with beyond the coming out by: Grounded in current research, this comprehensive volume lays the found ations for effective, affirmative therapeutic practice with lesbian, g ay, and bisexual clients. Timely, clinically relevant information is p rovided to help clinicians understand and address the unique concerns these clients bring to the therapeutic setting.
Coverage includes the sociocu tural factors that influence 3/5(2). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: Heterosexism: a fundamental reality --Concepts of sexual orientation --Sexual orientations: origins and influences --Sexual orientation and the law --Theories of gay, lesbian, and bisexual identity formation --Issues for sexual minority adolescents --Midlife and later-life.
Affirmative Psychotherapy and Counseling for Lesbians and Gay Men. In Part I of this book, we discussed how lesbian/gay culture differs from the general culture, but do these differences translate into requiring different treatment for lesbian and gay male clients.
We hope that, after the first three chapters, the answer to the question is. Affirmative Psychotherapy and Counseling for Lesbians and Gay Men offers a broad base of research, practice, and advocacy information about the special counseling Affirmative psychotherapy and counseling for lesbians and gay men book of gays and lesbians.
Authors Jeffrey N. Chernin and Melissa R. Johnson discuss universal themes as they apply to lesbian and Price: $ Counseling and Values, and currently she is a site visitor for the Council for Accredita-tion of Counseling and Related Educational Programs.
She is a licensed professional counselor and supervising counselor in Alabama as well as a National Board Certified Counselor. Her proudest role has been as a. Gay Affirmative Therapy Book Review by Dr. Martin Kantor. In his new book, Joe Kort sets himself twin goals: informing straight therapists about the gay and lesbian community and telling straight therapists how to do gay affirmative therapy with their gay and lesbian patients.
Kort not only meets his goals, he exceeds them. Click here for full. Second, recent relevant research on psychotherapy with lesbians and gay men undertaken for the Division of Counselling Psychology of the British Psychological Society is summarized.
The third section reports preliminary findings from research Cited by: Compra Affirmative Psychotherapy and Counseling for Lesbians and Gay Men.
SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA su ordini idonei Affirmative Psychotherapy and Counseling for Lesbians and Gay Men: : Chernin, Jeffrey N., Johnson, Melissa R.: Libri in altre lingue/5(2). Of those respondents who were lesbians or gay men, 29% reported a gay-affirmative orientation.
This contrasts with 2% of bisexual providers and less than 1% of heterosexual practitioners. Nearly all of the psychotherapy providers (99%), regardless of sexual orientation, reported that they had seen at least one gay male or lesbian client in.
Affirmative Psychotherapy Group, has been working with gay men for over twenty years. We are dedicated to improving the lives of men, by talking in therapy about their experiences, and finding ways to make lasting changes.
We’ve had gay men as our clients since the ’s and watched the community go through many transitions. From the. These include issues of sexual identity development, coming out, homophobia and heterosexism, family and relationship issues, multicultural issues, youth, aging, spirituality, HIV/AIDS, and substance abuse as well as ethical and professional issues in working with gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender clients through affirmative counseling.
I recommend this book without reservation to any mental health provider working with lesbian and gay clients, and to scholars seeking a basic reference on the practice of lesbian and gay affirmative psychotherapy."--John C.
Gonsiorek, PhD, ABPP, Past President, American Psychological Association Division 44; Independent Practice, Minneapolis, MNPrice: $ My first book is Affirmative Psychotherapy and Counseling for Gay Men and Lesbians.
Many therapists have used it as a reference guide and university professors offer it as a reading for their classes. The American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists recommended it.
The second edition of the Handbook of Counseling and Psychotherapy With Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients serves to build on areas of knowledge outlined in the first edition while also incorporating new and emerging areas of scholarship relative to psychotherapy with LGB clients.
The second edition focuses on the complex cultural contexts of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT Pages: ] discusses not only the important aspects of providing affirmative psychotherapy to lesbian and gay clients, but also the treatment of same-sex couples and families, ethnic minority issues, HIV/AIDS and legal and ethical issues.] inludes an appendix with a variety of resources for lesbian and gay male clients.
Affirmative Therapy With Sexual Minority Men. Counseling gay men and lesbians: A practice primer. Although a fair amount has been written about gay affirmative psychotherapy, there has not. Chernin, J. N., & Johnson, M. Affirmative psychotherapy and counseling for lesbians and gay men.
Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. The book provides guidance for counselors regarding practicing affirmative therapy and presents information regarding research and advocacy. Affirmative Psychotherapy and Counseling for Lesbians and Gay Men by Jeffrey N.
Chernin,Melissa R. Johnson Book Resume: Affirmative Psychotherapy and Counseling for Lesbians and Gay Men offers a broad base of research, practice, and advocacy information about the special counseling needs of.
Handbook of Affirmative Psychotherapy with Lesbians and Gay Men Kathleen Y. Ritter, Anthony I. Terndrup Grounded in current research, this comprehensive volume lays the foundations for effective, affirmative therapeutic practice with lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients.
Affirmative Psychotherapy and Counseling for Lesbians and Gay Men Ethical Issues Gay Men Lesbians Case Study Counseling Psychology This Book Therapy Student For practising therapists, as well as students, this book gives practical and usable information on how to provide affirmative therapy to lesbians and gay men.
More than ever before, heated public policy debates over sexual orientation point to a critical need for a clearer understanding of lesbians and gay men. Empirically rich and intellectually rigorous, Lesbian and Gay Psychology presents innovative empirical studies that explore the children of lesbians, internalized homophobia, lesbian and gay.
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Commentary on the special issue of The Counseling Psychologist: Counseling with lesbians and gay men. Counseling Psychologist, 19 (2), Brown, L. Affirmative School Counseling: Working with Gay, Lesbian, and Questioning Students.
The American School Counselor Association (ASCA, ) encourages the provision of counseling services to all students.
The ethical codes of ASCA hold school counselors to nondiscrimination relative to several factors, including sexual orientation. Evaluates the existing state of research on the treatment of lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) clients. The authors begin with a review of the empirical studies investigating the effectiveness of conversion therapy, which has been practiced for over a century— its endurance and the popularity that it now enjoys—probably represents the epitome of unaffirmative treatment.
Handbook of Counseling and Psychotherapy with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients (2nd ed.) Editors: Kathleen J. Bieschke, Ruperto M. Perez, & Kurt A. DeBord TABLE OF CONTENTS AUTHORSIntroductionThe Challenge of Providing Affirmative Psychotherapy While Honoring Diverse ContextsBieschke, Perez, & DeBordSection IEssential Considerations of Cultural Contexts in Working.
Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is the most widely studied evidence-based treatment for a wide range of mental health and interpersonal problems.
Sexual and gender minority individuals face a variety of stressors related to their sexual orientation and gender identity and to their intersections with other identities. Therefore, there is a great need for resources to provide evidence-based.
Misty M. Ginicola, PhD, is a professor in the clinical mental health counseling program in the Counseling and School Psychology Department at Southern Connecticut State University and the founder and owner of Walk in Balance Counseling Services in Connecticut.
Cheri Smith, PhD, is a professor at Southern Connecticut State University. Affirmative Psychotherapy with Bisexual Women and Bisexual Men is a crucial addition to the literature of bisexual psychotherapy and is invaluable to counselors, psychotherapists, marriage and family therapists, social workers, psychiatrists, sex therapists, researchers, and educators in the fields of psychology, sociology, anthropology.
A comprehensive British volume on lesbian and gay affirmative psychotherapy has been a while coming. Pink Therapy, however, has arrived, amply fills this gap, and is well worth the wait.
The literature reviews are masterful for scholars, and the book offers a comprehensive, thoughtful approach for clinicians. The book concludes with an extensive Resources sec-tion to which clinicians can refer in providing affirmative psychotherapy to lesbians, bi-sexuals, and gay men.
Introduction 7 Part I SOCIAL, DEVELOPMENTAL, AND POLITICAL FOUNDATIONS 1 Heterosexism: A Fundamental Reality Heterosexist stereotypes impose heavy physiological and psychological.