Social work practice with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. Social work with gay, lesbian, and bisexual people. The impacts of self-identity, sexual orientation, heterosexism, and homophobia are addressed. Task-Centered Model and So It explores the concept of bisexuality and provides details into that experience, situating bisexuality among heterosexuality and homosexuality, and addressing its conceptualization after the era of AIDS.
The impacts of self-identity, sexual orientation, heterosexism, and homophobia are addressed.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender (LGBT)
The author examines gender constructions as well as providing details on navigating through life in a bi-gender world. Social work practice with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. Interventions at the clinical level can heal past and present traumas while interventions at the macro level can prevent some of the very trauma and distress the population faces. These intersections shift and expand the LGBTQ lens toward an appreciation of the complexity of the human experience with multiple identity facets involved. Evidence-based Social Work Practi
Don't have an account? Topics include the provision of individual, couples, group, family, and community work to individuals who are LGBT. This annotated bibliography intends to provide knowledge and practice applications to social workers and other professionals that will help increase their competencies with the LGBTQ population. This book provides an overview of practice knowledge and principles for social workers and other practitioners to work with the LGBT population. This essential book corrects that myth and provides a comprehensive account of the contributions of lesbian and Gay Men to the history of the United States. The authors provide an overview of lesbian, gay, and bisexual identity development within an ecological model of social work practice including attention to life transitions, management of issues related to family acceptance, and identity development.