Pink Therapy: A Guide for Counsellors and Therapists Working with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients

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Notes on contributors

Dominic Davies has a wide experience of 'people work' in the statutory and voluntary sectors. He is currently senior lecturer in counselling at the Nottingham Trent University. He has previously worked in university counselling and as a training consultant in HIV/AIDS work and sexuality issues. He runs an independent practice supervising and providing therapy. He holds a diploma in person-centred counselling and psychotherapy, is a BAC-accredited counsellor and co-chair of the Association for Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Psychologies (UK Section).

Helena Hargaden is a UKCP-registered psychotherapist and BAC-accredited counsellor. Helena practises therapy and supervision in London and teaches counsellors and therapists. She identifies as a bisexual woman currently raising two sons born into her committed relationship with Sara Llewellin.

Graz Kowszun is a BAC-accredited counsellor in private practice, a supervisor and counsellor trainer at Morley and Lewisham Colleges. Having worked for over a decade in the alcohol, drugs and HIV fields, she is consolidating her humanistic integrative approach through psychotherapy training at metanoia in London.

Sara Llewellin is in advanced training in transactional analysis at metanoia. She directs a voluntary sector organization and came out as a teenager. She has been involved in raising children ever since. She is raising two sons born into her committed relationship with her partner Helena Hargaden.

Dr Bernard Lynch is a Roman Catholic priest with an interdisciplinary doctorate in theology and psychology, and works in New York and the UK. He has been the subject of three documentaries on Channel Four and

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents v
  • Notes on Contributors vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Part 1 - Fundamental Issues 9
  • 1: An Historical Overview of Homosexuality and Therapy 11
  • 2: Towards a Model of Gay Affirmative Therapy 24
  • 3: Homophobia and Heterosexism 41
  • 4: Working with People Coming Out 66
  • Part II - Working with Particular Issues 87
  • 5: Working with Single People 89
  • 6: Working with People in Relationships 101
  • 7: Lesbian and Gay Parenting Issues 116
  • 8: Working with Young People 131
  • 9: Working with Older Lesbians 149
  • 10: Working with Older Gay Men 159
  • 11: Alcohol and Substance Misuse 170
  • 12: Partner Abuse 188
  • 13: Religious and Spirituality Conflicts 199
  • Appendix I - Resources 209
  • Appendix 2 - Community Resources 213
  • Appendix 3 - Books for Clients and Counsellors 217
  • References 222
  • Index 235
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