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Deconstructing heterosexism in the counseling professions : a narrative approach

This work focuses on stimulating collective and individual self examination and providing empowerment and guidance to counseling professions in navigating sexual orientation in one's professional life
eBook, English, ©2005
Sage Publications, London, ©2005
1 online resource (xv, 271 pages)
9781452222158, 9781452204529, 1452222150, 1452204527
Chapter 1: Our Stories Will be Told: Deconstructing the Heterosexist Discourse in the Counseling Professions - James M. Croteau
Julianne S. Lark
Teresa S. Lance
James M. Croteau
Julianne S. Lark
Teresa S. Lance
James M. Croteau
James M. Croteau, Julianne S. Lark, Teresa S. Lance
Introduction to Section 1: Narrative Voices
Introduction to Section 1: Narrative Voices
Introduction to Section 1: Narrative Voices
Chapter 2: Moving from Random Acts of Inclusion Toward LGB-Affirmative Institutions - Eve M. Adams
Chapter 3: Coming Out to My Homophobia and Heterosexism: Lessons Learned in the Journey of An Ally - Alan D. Berkowitz
Chapter 4: Over the Rainbow: My Experiences as an Ally - Sharon Bowman
Chapter 5: Invisibility, Alienation, and Misperceptions: The Experience of Being Bisexual - Maria D. Carrubba
Chapter 6: Transforming Heterosexism: Starting from Myself - Kin-Ming Chan
Chapter 7: Challenging Multiple Oppressions in Counselor Education - Stuart F. Chen-Hayes
Chapter 8: Coming Out on the Wave of Feminism: Coming to Age on the Ocean of Multiculturalism - Louise A. Douce
Chapter 9: Jewish, Bisexual, Feminist in a Christian Heterosexual World: Oy Vey! - Sari H. Dworkin
Chapter 10: Becoming Visible - Susanna M. Gallor
Chapter 11: From Na��f to Activist: Personal Reflections of an Ally - Jane Goodman
Chapter 12: We Are All Men and We Need Each Other Too - Phillip D. Johnson
Chapter 13: Blessed Be the Ties That Bind - Michael Mobley, Stacey M. Pearson
Chapter 14: Sexual Orientation, Shame and Silence: Reflections on Graduate Training - John M. O'Brien
Chapter 15: The Evolution of Responsibility: Developing as an Ally - Theresa M. O'Halloran
Chapter 16: An Ally's Journey - Ruperto M. Perez
Chapter 17: Being Bisexual in the Counseling Professions: Deconstructing Heterosexism - Julia C. Phillips
Chapter 18: Crashing Through the "Lavender Ceiling" in the Leadership of the Counseling Professions - Mark Pope
Chapter 19: Fluidity in the Disclosure and Salience of My Identities - Jennipher Wiebold
Introduction to Section 2: Narrative Perspectives on Special Issues
Chapter 20: Untold Stories: Voices from the "Closet" of Counseling Professionals - Mary A. Fukuyama, Marie L. Miville, Jamie R. Funderburk
Chapter 21: Race and Sexual Orientation in Multicultural Counseling: Navigating Rough Waters - James M. Croteau, Madonna G. Constantine
Introduction to Section 3: Deconstructing, Envisioning, and Making Practical Suggestions
Chapter 22: Toward a Discourse of Sexual Orientation Equity in Counseling - Kathleen J. Bieschke, James M. Croteau, Julianne S. Lark, Beverly J. Vandiver
Chapter 23: Those Who Care, Teach: Toward Sexual Orientation Equity in Academic and Clinical Training - Y. Barry Chung, Catherine J. Brack
Chapter 24: Drawing from the Collective Wisdom of LGB Affirmative Counseling Professionals: Reflections on Affect, Relationships, and Power - Melissa A. Lidderdale, Julianne S. Lark, Joy S. Whitman
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