Psychotherapy with Homosexual Men and Women: Integrated Identity Approaches for Clinical Practice

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Eli Coleman
Haworth Press, 1988 - Psychology - 343 pages
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Immensely helpful for professionals, this book provides valuable insights into psychotherapy with gay people. Highly competent clinicians and researchers discuss typical psychological problems of gay men and lesbians and the most effective contemporary psychotherapeutic treatment methods. Each of the treatment methods--examined from a theoretical viewpoint--is designed to maximize potential, improve psychological and interpersonal functioning, and develop a positive self and sexual identity. Topics addressed include assessment of sexual orientation, internalized homophobia, coping with the threat of AIDS, counseling for family members, and sexual control.

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