8 edition of Lesbian identity and contemporary psychotherapy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Eda G. Goldstein, Lois C. Horowitz.|
|Contributions||Horowitz, Lois C., 1953-|
|LC Classifications||RC558.5 .G653 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2003041778|
Over the years, various concepts of lesbianism have been studied, documented, and critiqued across cultures. However, the appointment of a universal definition is continually being contemplated by many scholars. This chapter provides an overview on how the definition of lesbian identity emerged given the issues and controversies it brings about and how it established a link between sexual. In the Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy (JGLP) alone, they could identify more than enough pieces written by some of the stars in the discipline to fill a volume that would signify the discipline’s healthy solidity and that would offer readers enough of a taste of the extant thinking to find it meaningful, evocative, and worth pursuing further.
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This book explores the role that rhetoric plays in the formation of those negative attitudes and practices. Julie M. Thompson traces thirty years of public debate to examine how and to what extent the phrase "lesbian mother" has be Despite the sizable community of lesbian families in America, lesbian mothers and their children continue to face 4/5(1). How does the ‘factual’ shape our sense of sexuality and self? How far have representations of lesbianism actually moved from the pathology and deviancy of the s and s to the lesbian chic of the s? How do contemporary ideas of autobiography intersect with a sense of sexualised self? And to what degree is the notion of a specific lesbian identity complicated by the contradictions.
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"Lesbian Identity and Contemporary Psychotherapy is an indispensable resource for all psychotherapists. Goldstein and Horowitz provide a feast of Cited by: 4. An exemplary overview of newer views of lesbian identity and of the challenges of lesbian life, Lesbian Identity and Contemporary Psychotherapy is equally valuable as an up to date, relationally informed guide to clinical work with lesbian : $ DOI link for Lesbian Identity and Contemporary Psychotherapy.
Lesbian Identity and Contemporary Psychotherapy book. A Framework for Clinical Practice. By Eda Goldstein, Lois Horowitz. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 13 May Pub.
location New York. Back to book. chapter 7. 24 Pages. - Jack Drescher, M.D., Author, Psychoanalytic Therapy and the Gay Man (Analytic Press, ) "Lesbian Identity and Contemporary Psychotherapy is an indispensable resource for all psychotherapists.
Goldstein and Horowitz provide a feast of. Moreover, it removes a Lesbian Identity and Contemporary Psychotherapy. By Eda G. potential explanation for the formation of the three identity Goldstein and Lois C.
Horowitz. The Analytic Press, management styles. If oppression only operates to change Hillsdale, New Jersey,pp., $ styles, what causes them initially.
- Jack Drescher, M.D., Author, Psychoanalytic Therapy and the Gay Man (Analytic Press, )"Lesbian Identity and Contemporary Psychotherapy is an indispensable resource for all psychotherapists. Goldstein and Horowitz provide a feast of. Recent contributions to the psychoanalytic and psychotherapeutic literature have moved beyond traditional views of lesbianism, but they have tended to address lesbian identity from one theoretical.
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Affiliations. C.S.W., New York Psychotherapy Collective, University Place, #, New York, New York, Ami B. Kaplan. Sexual identity and religious ideals: Therapeutic considerations when working with contending areas of diversity Gay affirmative psychotherapy with lesbian, gay, and bisexual individuals; Implications for contemporary psychotherapy research.
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 82, Children's Book (16) Book/Monograph ( This timely and powerful book seeks to fill the training gap in working with LGBTQQI clients and their families. Thirty-two captivating case studies examine contemporary issues affecting these populations to assist students, practicing counselors, and other mental health professionals in assessment, treatment planning, and implementation.
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.
Handbook of Counseling and Psychotherapy With Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients is a first of its kind: This comprehensive volume educates readers about the identity, challenges, and choices of lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients.
Practicing professionals in psychology, counseling, and social work will find it an indispensable guide. Chapter 9: Children of the Lesbian Baby Boom: Behavioral Adjustment, Self-Concepts, and Sex Role Identity Chapter Internalized Homophobia: Conceptual and Empirical Issues in Measurement Chapter Assessing Heterosexuals' Attitudes toward Lesbians and Gay Men: A Review of Empirical Research with the ATLG Scale.
Recent contributions to the psychoanalytic and psychotherapeutic literature have moved beyond traditional views of lesbianism, but they have tended to address lesbian identity from one theoretical vantage point or another.
Rarely have new ideas been linked to the process issues that arise in actual clinical situations. The chapters in this book, previously published in the Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy, address practice with lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients.
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.
Psychotherapy with Gay Men and Lesbians: Contemporary Dynamic Approaches. New York: Harrington Park Press. Group for Advancement of Psychiatry (GAP), Committee on Human Sexuality. Homosexuality and the Mental Health Professions: The impact of bias.
Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press. Guss JR, Drescher J, eds. The acronym LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) is widely used in politics, health, and the social sciences to refer to sexual and gender minorities.
However, not only is the LGBT term overly inclusive, but each category described by the acronym is reductive in and of itself. Before acquiring a gay, bisexual or lesbian identity, one has a racial or ethnic identity and a gender identity, which are part of the core of childhood identity.
Recent attention has focused on cultural diversity among bisexual, gay male, and lesbian individuals and the important role culture plays in shaping and defining the meaning of same.
The Psychological Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Issues series ended with the publication of Volume 5 in Division 44 has launched a new book series, titled Contemporary Perspectives on Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Psychology. Psychological Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Issues. Series editors Beverly Greene, Ph.D.
Gregory M. Herek, Ph.D.Jon Cabiria, Virtual Worlds and Identity Exploration for Marginalised People, Reinventing Ourselves: Contemporary Concepts of Identity in Virtual Worlds, / .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).