Pink therapy: a guide for counsellors and therapists working with lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients
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. A deft editorial hand is evident in the unusual consistency across chapters, the uniformly crisp, helpful chapter summaries, and the practical appendices, generous resources lists and well organized bibliographies.I particularly like the contributors subtle appreciation of theoretical nuance, genuine open-mindedness to diversity of ideas, and willingness to synthesize in a pragmatic and client-oriented manner.John C. Gonsiorek, PhD., Minneapolis, MN USA; Diplomate in Clinical Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology; Past President, Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian and Gay Issues (Division 44 of the American Psychological Association). Pink Therapy is the first British guide for counsellors and therapists working with people who are lesbian, gay or bisexual. It provides a much needed overview of lesbian, gay and bisexual psychology, and examines some of the differences between lesbians, gays and bisexuals, and heterosexuals. Pink Therapy proposes a model of gay affirmative therapy, which challenges the prevailing pathologizing models. It will help to provide answers to pressing questions such as:*what is different about lesbian, gay and bisexual psychologies?*how can I improve my work with lesbian, gay and bisexual clients?*what are the key clinical issues that this work raises?The contributors draw on their wide range of practical experience to provide - in an accessible style - information about the contemporary experience of living as a lesbian, gay or bisexual person, and to explore some of the common difficulties.Pink Therapy will be important reading for students and practitioners of counselling and psychotherapy, and will also be of value to anyone involved in helping people with a lesbian, gay or bisexual orientation.
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Review: Pink TherapyUser Review - Jennie - Goodreads
Some very useful information, but the readability was somewhat inconsistent due to the presence of a different author for each chapter. A lot of this was stuff I already knew, but some of it was new ... Read full review
Review: Pink Therapy: A guide for counsellors and therapists working with lesbian, gay and bisexual clientsUser Review - Goodreads
Volume 2 is my favorite out of the three
Issues In Therapy With Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual And Transgender Clients
Limited preview - 2000
An historical overview of homosexuality and therapy
Towards a model of gay affirmative therapy
Homophobia and heterosexism
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Pink Therapy - Psychology Wiki
Pink Therapy is the title of a trilogy of books  published by [Open University Press] and edited by Dominic Davies and Charles Neal
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