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Title Teaching LGBTQ psychology : queering innovative pedagogy and practice / edited by Theodore R. Burnes, Antioch University, Clinical Psychology Master's Program, and Jeanne L. Stanley, Watershed Counseling and Consultation Services, LLC
Published Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, 2017
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Description 1 online resource ( xvi, 210 pages)
Series Perspectives on sexual orientation and diversity
Perspectives on sexual orientation and gender diversity series.
Contents Introduction / Theodore R. Burnes and Jeanne L. Stanley -- Teaching the history of LGBTQ psychology / Jeanne L. Stanley, Theodore R. Burnes, and Jacqueline S. Weinstock -- Theoretical and pedagogical perspectives on teaching LGBTQ issues in psychology / Courtney M. Dunne -- Teaching ethics in relation to LGBTQ issues in psychology / Jeanne L. Stanley -- Integrating resilience and social justice pedagogical strategies when teaching about sexual orientation and gender diversity / Anneliese A. Singh and Kim Lee Hughes -- Engaging culturally informed classroom and behavior management techniques in LGBTQ psychology learning environments / Carlton W. Parks and Theodore R. Burnes -- Psychoeducational groups in LGBTQ psychology / Theodore R. Burnes and Paul N. T. Hovanesian -- Teaching LGBTQ psychology in community settings / Cadyn Cathers, Caroline Carter, and Susan P. Landon -- LGBTQ-affirmative training in clinical settings / Tiffany O'Shaughnessy and Nicholas Ladany -- Evidence-based teaching of LGBTQ issues in psychology / Tania Israel and Jay N. Bettergarcia
Summary "This book is a theoretical and practical guide for individuals who teach and train about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) psychology in diverse groups and settings. Each chapter approaches sexual and gender diversity from a resilience, wellness-focused framework, with the overall goal of furthering social justice for LGBTQ individuals. Balancing the conceptual literature with practical examples and case illustrations, the collection features: a review of ethical guidelines, laws, and practice standards related to LGBTQ rights and professionals' obligations; innovative teaching techniques, activities, and strategies to understand and reduce minority stress and marginalization; tips for scaffolding students' knowledge regarding identity development; examples of how to support clinical trainees' skill development in working with LGBTQ clients; and useful tools for LGBTQ education in the community, including health care settings, schools, businesses and government agencies, and religious organizations. Other specific topics covered include affirmative language and terminology; coming out issues; classroom and behavioral management strategies; intervention and prevention efforts relevant to LGBTQ communities; and the impact of history, identity, culture, and community on various aspects of functioning for LGBTQ individuals"--Publicity materials. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2017 APA, all rights reserved)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Also issued in print
Subject Sexual minorities -- Mental health.
Sexual minorities -- Psychology.
Sexual minorities -- Counseling of.
Sexual and Gender Minorities -- psychology.
Form Electronic book
Author Burnes, Theodore R., editor
Stanley, Jeanne L., editor
ISBN 9781433826511 (print edition)
1433826518 (print edition)