LGBT Psychology and Mental Health: Emerging Research and Advances

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Richard Ruth Ph.D., Erik Santacruz Ed.D.
ABC-CLIO, 27 жовт. 2017 р. - 283 стор.
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LGBT Psychology and Mental Health: Emerging Research and Advances brings together concise, substantive reviews of what is new or on the horizon in science and in key areas of clinical practice. It will equip professionals at institutions with mental health programs that deal with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues with information and insight to help psychologists, mental health clinicians, and counselors better serve the LGBT populations that, increasingly, are seeking their services.

The book begins with introductory chapters that present an overview of the field, chronicle the relationship between the LGBT community and the field of psychology in past decades, and identify emerging issues covered in the volume. It then addresses subjects such as social psychology and LGBT populations, health disparities and LGBT populations, the evolution of developmental theory related to the LBGT populations, emerging policy issues in LGBT health and psychology, and recent efforts to make the field of psychology more trans-inclusive and affirmative. Chapters are also dedicated to examining contemporary, LGBT-affirmative psychoanalysis and treating addictions and substance abuse in the LGBT community.

The book concludes with chapters that address how the concept of intersectionality can serve as a way to better understand LGBT members who possess multiple cultural identities and the unique stressors they experience in daily life. The final chapter summarizes issues that bridge the contributions provided by the authors, and it highlights current issues of focal concern in order to project future directions for the field of LGBT psychology in the next two decades.

 

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Introduction Why This Book and What You Can Expect
1
New Developments in LGBT Development Whats New and Whats Still True
15
Making Psychology TransInclusive and TransAffirmative Recommendations for Research and Practice
47
How Contemporary Psychoanalysis Contributes to LGBT Psychology Examining and Addressing Gender Fluidity and Diversity as We Slide toward ...
69
LGBT Psychology and Ethnic Minority Perspectives Intersectionality
87
Intersectional Feminism and LGBTIQQA+ Psychology Understanding Our Present by Exploring Our Past
109
Caught at the Intersections Microaggressions toward Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer People of Color
133
Addictions and Substance Abuse in the LGBT Community New Approaches
153
Challenges in Moving toward the Resolution Reduction and Elimination of Health Disparities for LGBT Populations
197
LGBT Health and LGBT Psychology Emerging Policy Issues
217
Quality and Equality An Interdisciplinary Graduate Program to Develop Agents of Change in LGBT Health
237
Going Forward Summary and New Directions
259
About the Editors
267
About the Contributors
269
About the Practical and Applied Psychology Series and Series Editor
273
Index
275

Health Disparities and LGBT Populations
177

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Richard Ruth, PhD, is a clinical psychologist, psychoanalyst, neuropsychologist, and family therapist, as well as associate professor of clinical psychology and director of training at The George Washington University PsyD program.

Erik Santacruz, EdD, M.Psy, is a clinical psychologist in training at the Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC, where he works with children, adolescents, and young adults infected with HIV perinatally.

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