1st Edition

Guide To Psychotherapy With Gay & Lesbian Clients,A

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ISBN 9780918393036
Published April 1, 1985 by Routledge
224 Pages

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Book Description

Here is the basic resource for therapists who work with homosexual clients. Written by professionals for professionals, A Guide to Psychotherapy With Gay and Lesbian Clients is an excellent compilation of data and sound suggestions for understanding the unique issues and concerns facing gay men and lesbians.

Table of Contents

Contents Foreword

  • Preface
  • Introduction: Present and Future Directions in Gay/Lesbian Mental Health
  • Sexual Orientation of the Therapist and Therapeutic Effectiveness With Gay Clients
  • Developmental Stages of the Coming Out Process
  • Lesbian Client-Lesbian Therapist: Opportunities and Challenges in Working Together
  • Psychotherapeutic Implications of Internalized Homophobia in Gay Men
  • Therapeutic Issues With Lesbian Couples
  • Psychotherapy for Gay Male Couples
  • Bisexual and Gay Men in Heterosexual Marriage: Conflicts and Resolutions in Therapy
  • Group Psychotherapy for Gay
  • Group Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction in Gay Men
  • Counseling the Parents of Young Homosexual Male Patients
  • Males as Sexual Assault Victims: Multiple Levels of Trauma
  • Religious and Moral Issues in Working With Homosexual Clients
  • Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy for Homosexual Clients: New Concepts
  • Organizational and Staff Problems in Gay/Lesbian Mental Health Agencies
  • Index

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