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Nevertheless, the psychological and so' cial phenomena described above can be very potent, and their psy' chosocial consequences must be appreciated in the assessment and treatment of gay males who do enter psychotherapy.

Author: Carlton Cornett

Publisher: Jason Aronson, Incorporated

ISBN: 9781461627418

Category: Psychology

Page: 240

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Drawing on concepts from Freud to Kohut, the authors of this volume remove the pathological stigma of homosexuality per se, a theoretical bias that may have long prevented dynamic therapists from working more effectively with gay clients. The authors manage to weave sophisticated theory with specific, pragmatic advice that is readily applicable in the first session of therapeutic work.
1993-11-01 By Carlton Cornett

Gay New York : Gender , Urban Culture and the Making of the Gay Male World , 1890-1940 . New York : Basic Books . ... In . C. Cornett ( Ed . ) , Affirmative dynamic psychotherapy with gay men . New York : Arsonson , 45-76 .

Author: William Borden

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0789008335

Category: Psychology

Page: 245

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Introduces contemporary models of brief dynamic psychotherapy and describes fundamental tasks and methods of time-limited intervention, focusing on developmental contexts of treatment and on the needs of client populations whose options are often limited to brief treatment. Explores flexible approaches in treatment of conditions including borderline personality, reaction to trauma, and physical disability. The editor teaches contemporary psychoanalytic thought and personality theory at the University of Chicago. Co-published simultaneously as Psychoanalytic Social Work, vol. 6, nos. 3/4, 1999. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
1999 By William Borden

The association of selected “ masculine ” sex - role variables with length of relationship in gay male couples . ... Transference and countertransference in therapy with homosexuals . Dynamic Psychotherapy , 5 ( 2 ) , 117–129 .

Author: Kathleen Ritter

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 1572307145

Category: Psychology

Page: 493

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Grounded in current research, this comprehensive volume lays thefoundations for effective, affirmative therapeutic practice with lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients. Addressed are family of origin issues; coupleproblems, including sex therapy with same-sex partners; vocational andworkplace issues; and more. The extensive appendix lists a broad array of publications, advocacy groups, and Web-based resources for bothprofessionals and consumers. 12/01.
2002-01-16 By Kathleen Ritter

Cashdan, S. (1988), Object Relations Therapy: Using the Relationship. New York: W.W. Norton and Company. Cornett, C. (1995), Reclaiming the Authentic Self: Dynamic Psychotherapy with Gay Men. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.

Author: Jack Drescher

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000156867

Category: Medical

Page: 202

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Gain insight into crucial British mental health approaches for LGB individuals There is very little collaborative literature between LGB-affirmative psychologists and psychotherapists in the United States and the United Kingdom. British Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Psychologies: Theory, Research, and Practice may well be a crucial beginning step in building dialogue between these two countries on important LGB psychotherapy developments. Leading authorities comprehensively examine the latest studies and effective therapies for LGB individuals in the United Kingdom. Practitioners will discover an extensive survey of the most current developments to supplement their own work, while educators and students will find diverse expert perspectives on which to consider and broaden their own viewpoints. This unique book offers an informative introduction to British psychosocial perspectives on theory, research, and practice. British Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Psychologies provides a critical exploration of the recent history of LGB psychology and psychotherapy in the United Kingdom, focusing on key publications and outlining the current terrain. Other chapters are organized into two thematic sections. The first section explores theoretical frameworks in United Kingdom therapeutic practice, while the second section examines sexual minority identities and their needs for support and community. Topics in British Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Psychologies include: similarities and differences between LGBT psychology and psychotherapy in the United States and United Kingdom gay affirmative therapy (GAT) as a positive framework existential-phenomenological approach to psychotherapy core issues in the anxiety about whether or not to “come out” object relations theory exploring homo-negativity in the therapeutic process aspects of psychotherapy that lesbians and gay men find helpful research into how the mainstreaming of lesbian and gay culture has affected the lives of LGB individuals a study into LGB youth issues difficulties of gay men with learning disabilities—with suggestions on how to offer the best psychological service a study on gay athletes’ experiences of coming out in a heterosexist world British Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Psychologies takes a needed step toward sharing valuable psychosocial perspectives between countries. This useful, enlightening text is perfect for educators, students, psychologists, psychotherapists, and counselors working in the field of sexuality.
2020-07-25 By Jack Drescher

Affirmative dynamic psychotherapy with gay men. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc. Crisp, D. (1998). African American gay men: Developmental issues, choices and self-concept. Family Therapy, 25(3): 161-168. Cuijpers, P. (1998).

Author: Benjamin Lipton

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317953524

Category: Medical

Page: 140

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Understand gay men’s unique health issues beyond the incomplete focus of HIV to include the concerns of those living with a broad range of chronic illnesses and disabilities Gay Men Living with Chronic Illnesses and Disabilities: From Crisis to Crossroads is the groundbreaking book that comprehensively examines and forms strategies to respond to the needs of gay men living with non-HIV chronic illnesses and disabilities such as diabetes, cancer, obesity, and muscular sclerosis. Bringing together the interdisciplinary expertise and unique perspectives of leaders in the fields of social work, psychology, and rehabilitation counseling, this groundbreaking book helps you understand the key issues from theoretical, clinical, practical, and personal perspectives. Gay Men Living with Chronic Illnesses and Disabilities: From Crisis to Crossroads conceptualizes and addresses the integration of psychosocial and medical issues faced by the gay men living with both HIV-related and non-HIV chronic illnesses and disabilities. Each chapter delves deeply into the psychosocial impact of their marginalization in daily living while offering strategies for partnership and integration between gay and mainstream health and social service organizations. With extensive, up-to-date bibliographies at the end of each chapter and case studies that illuminate theoretical discussions, this book is essential reading for those involved in health policy and practice with gay men living with chronic illnesses and disabilities. Gay Men Living with Chronic Illnesses and Disabilities: From Crisis to Crossroads explores: the “invisibility” of gay men living with non-HIV illnesses and disabilities and the need to provide adequate services to them the impact of sexual orientation on living with a broad range of life-threatening illnesses the multiple layers of stigma of being gay while living with a chronic illness or disability how chronic illness can lead to increased body dissatisfaction in gay men the multidimensional challenge of psychotherapy with HIV positive gay men the connection between aging, chronic illness, and sexual orientation living with a non-HIV chronic illness as a gay social service professional Gay Men Living with Chronic Illnesses and Disabilities: From Crisis to Crossroads is vital reading for social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, physicians, sociologists, public health advocates and experts, community organizers, and everyone engaged in providing medical, social, or psychological services.
2014-06-11 By Benjamin Lipton

In Affirmative Dynamic Psychotherapy with Gay Men , ed . Carlton Cornett . Northvale , NJ : Jason Aronson Inc. Davies , Dominic . 1996 a . “ Homophobia and Heterosexism . " In Pink Therapy : A Guide for Counsellors and Therapists ...

Author: Martin Kantor

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0275963330

Category: Psychology

Page: 174

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Emotional problems do not discriminate according to sexual orientation. Therefore, gay men have the same emotional difficulties as everyone else. When emotional problems in gay men are viewed solely as the product of sociopolitical events, it limits the therapeutic intervention to correction. Dr. Kantor asserts that the gay-aware supportive therapist can treat the emotional problem with a positive result by meeting the needs of the individual patient with a diagnosis-based treatment approach. Supportive psychotherapy for gay men with emotional problems can eliminate a broad range of emotional difficulties that are not exclusive to gay men. It shows therapists how psychological problems can be buried in a gay context and guides them to recognition and dynamic evaluation that forms the basis of a treatment plan that is simultaneously affirmative, supportive, and corrective.
1999 By Martin Kantor

Exploring the lives of older African American gay men. ... Ethnic and cultural diversity among lesbians and gay men: Psychological perspectives on lesbian and gay issues, Vol. 3 (pp. ... Affirmative dynamic psychotherapy with gay men.

Author: Geoffrey L. Greif

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199780501

Category: Social Science

Page: 536

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Group Work With Populations at Risk, Third Edition is a fundamental resource for practitioners in health and mental health settings and a comprehensive guidebook of group work skills. Geared toward students and professionals gaining a beginning understanding of groups, this volume describes how to work with vulnerable populations that include returning war veterans, Latino and Latina immigrants, women and men who were abused as children, children of divorce, and people struggling with substance abuse, AIDS, cancer, or chronic mental illness. Each chapter describes the population and reviews the relevant literature, identifies themes and practice principles, presents a case illustration, provides evaluation guidance, and refers readers to key references and web resources. Each one is designed to stand alone for easy reference, and overviews of skill building and evidence-based practice make this a timely, comprehensive resource for group leaders regardless of specialty.
2010-10-07 By Geoffrey L. Greif

Reclaiming the Authentic Self: dynamic psychotherapy with gay men. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson. ... Pink Therapy: a guide for counsellors and therapists working with lesbian, gay and bisexual clients. ... 'Gay affirmative practice.

Author: Colin Lago

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781446247976

Category: Psychology

Page: 184

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Anti-Discriminatory Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy is a groundbreaking text which identifies the ease with which individuals can be disadvantaged merely on the basis of their gender, race, culture, age, sexuality or ability. Examining these and other areas of discrimination, leading experts highlight how vital it is for counsellors, psychotherapists - and others in the helping professions - to be aware of and engage with their own social, political and cultural attitudes, and how they must develop their skills as culturally sensitive, reflective practitioners if counselling is to be truly accessible to all members of society. This substantially revised and updated second edition now also includes chapters on working within an anti-discriminatory approach with: - refugees - people with mental health difficulties - people with disfigurement or visible differences. While each thought-provoking chapter now: - links theory to practice by providing case studies and extracts from therapeutic dialogues - assesses the most recent research findings - provides exercises for enhancing awareness and skills within each different domain or care setting - presents references for further recommended reading. Clearly written and accessible, Anti-discriminatory Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy is an indispensable addition to the toolkit of everyone either training to be or practising in the counselling and psychotherapeutic professions.
2010-09-21 By Colin Lago

Kort, Gay Affirmative Therapyfor the Straight Clinician, 138. 7. R. Isay, “On the Analytic Therapy of Homosexual Men,” in Affirmative Dynamic Psychotherapy with Gay Men, ed. Carlton Cornett (Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, 1993), 23–24.

Author: Martin Kantor MD

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9780313387524

Category: Social Science

Page: 235

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This book is an invaluable resource manual and survival guide for gay men who often turn to peers, parents, educators, or the media for direction, only to encounter misleading myths about gay life, such as the notion that "coming out solves everything." • Contains a bibliography of useful sources and further reading • Provides a glossary of important terms
2011-06-02 By Martin Kantor MD

On the analytic therapy of homosexual men. In C. Cornett (Ed.), Affirmative dynamic psychotherapy with gay men (pp. 23-44). Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson. Kohut, H. (1977). The restoration of the self New York: International Universities ...

Author: Jerrold R. Brandell

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780684827650

Category: Psychology

Page: 720

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Theory and Practice in Clinical Social Work is the authoritative handbook for social work clinicians and clinicians-in-training that catches up with rapid social changes and presents decisive plans for responding to the needs of an increasingly diverse clientele. Following an overview of the principal frameworks for clinical practice including systems theory, behavioral and cognitive theories, and psychoanalytic theory, the book goes on to present the major social crises and new populations the social worker confronts each day. Theory and Practice in Clinical Social Work includes twenty-four original chapters by leading social work scholars and master clinicians who represent the widest variety of clinical orientations and specializations. Collectively these leading authors have treated nearly every conceivable clinical population, in virtually every practice context, using the full spectrum of treatment modalities.
1997-02-01 By Jerrold R. Brandell