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After reading and reviewing the material in the Reading & Study folder, reflect upon what you have learned and include pertinent aspects of the material in your response to the following:
Note any information that surprised you and describe 3 key themes that you will take away from this material in order to help you when addressing gender and sexual orientation in counseling. What are your thoughts about working with the LGBTQ+ population in general?
What is one question you wanted to ask Dr. Garzon (presentation) or Dr. Yarhouse (video) and why?
Be sure to use Scripture and scholarly sources to support your argument. Cite your Bible reference and sources.
Textbook Readings
· Presentation: The Lesbian & Gay Population
· Presentation: Sexual Identity in Professional Counseling Practice
· Video: Who Knows Best – Transgender Kids (BBC Documentary)
· Article: A Different Stripe – Transgender Issues
· Website: An Inclusive Response to LGB and Conservative Religious Persons
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/articles/201803/different-stripe
https://vimeo.com/217950594
https://itunes.apple.com/us/course/id1326939200
APA PsycNet Records
Database: APA PsycArticles
Document Type: Journal Article
Citation
Yarhouse, M. A., & Burkett, L. A. (2002). An inclusive response to LGB and conservative religious persons: The case of same-sex attraction and behavior. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 33(3), 235–241. https://doi-org.ezproxy.liberty.edu/10.1037/0735-7028.33.3.235
Abstract
How should psychologists demonstrate respect for religion as an aspect of diversity when that aspect of diversity seems inconsistent with another form of diversity? This is a striking challenge when considering conservative expressions of religion in relation to a persons experience of same-sex attraction and behavior. This article (a) asserts that conservative religion is a legitimate, though often overlooked, expression of diversity; (b) identifies ways in which gay-integrative theorists and conservative religious persons fail to appreciate each others perspective; and (c) presents a continuum of service delivery options to expand clinical services to persons who experience same-sex attraction. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2016 APA, all rights reserved)
Unique Identifier
2002-01066-001
Title
An inclusive response to LGB and conservative religious persons: The case of same-sex attraction and behavior.
Special Section
Special Section: Responding to Sexual Orientation Issues.
Publication Date
Jun 2002
Publication History
Accepted: Aug 8, 2001
Revised: Mar 26, 2001
First Submitted: Oct 2, 2000
Language
English
Author
Yarhouse, Mark A.; Burkett, Lori A.
Email
Yarhouse, Mark A.markyar@regent.edu
Correspondence Address
Yarhouse, Mark A.: Regent U, School of Psychology & Counseling, CRB 215, 1000 Regent University Dr, Virginia Beach, VA, US, 23464, markyar@regent.edu
Affiliation
Yarhouse, Mark A.Regent U, Virginia Beach, VA, US
Burkett, Lori A.Regent U, Virginia Beach, VA, US
Source
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, Vol 33(3), Jun 2002, 235-241.
NLM Title Abbreviation
Prof Psychol Res Pr
Special Section Title
Special Section: Responding to Sexual Orientation Issues.
ISSN
1939-1323 (Electronic); 0735-7028 (Print)
Other Serial Titles
Professional Psychology
Publisher
US: American Psychological Association
Format Covered
Print
Publication Type
Journal; Peer Reviewed Journal
Document Type
Journal Article
Digital Object Identifier
https://doi-org.ezproxy.liberty.edu/10.1037/0735-7028.33.3.235
Keywords
psychologists; conservative religion; same-sex attraction & behavior; diversity; gay-integrative theorists; treatment; service delivery
Index Terms
* Conservatism; * Health Care Delivery; * Homosexuality; * Religion; * Multiculturalism; Homosexuality (Attitudes Toward); Psychologists; Religious Beliefs; Religious Practices; Treatment
PsycInfo Classification
3400 Professional Psychological & Health Personnel Issues; 3300 Health & Mental Health Treatment & Prevention
Population Group
Human
Copyright
Holder: American Psychological Association
Year: 2002
Conference
Annual convention of the American Psychological Association, 108, Aug, 2000, Washington, DC, US; Portions of this article were presented as part of a symposium entitled , which was presented at the aforementioned conference.
Release Date
20020522 (APA PsycInfo); 20060710 (APA PsycArticles)

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