Teaching LGBTQ Psychology
by Theodore R. Burnes; Jeanne L. Stanley
Call Number: RC 451.4 .G39 T469 2017
Publication Date: 2017-01-01
All instructional environments should be safe places to engage in exploration and active learning. How instructors address lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) identities is critical for the education of all learners, whether or not the primary subject matter is sexual orientation and/or gender diversity. This book is a theoretical and practical guide for individuals who teach and train about 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
In the News
RSS feed for psychology in the news from the American Psychological Association.
Welcome to Psychology Research!
This subject guide contains information about researching psychology and counseling by usingdatabases, books, journals, and the internet.
If you would like immediate research help, please proceed to ourwebchator call the library's main desk (254-519-5798).