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Title Social work practice with the LGBTQ community : the intersection of history, health, mental health, and policy factors / edited by Michael P. Dentato
Imprint New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2018]
©2018
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Descript xxvi, 570 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
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Note "Social Work Practice with the LGBTQ Community aims to weave together the realms of sociopolitical, historical, and policy contexts in order to assist readers with understanding the base for effective and affirming health and mental health practice with diverse members of the LGBTQ community. Comprised of chapters written by social work academics and their allies -- whose combined knowledge in the field spans decades of direct experience in human behavior, practice, policy, and research -- this book features applicable and useful content for social work students and practitioners across the allied health and mental health professions, as well as across disciplines. The expansive practice text examines international concerns and content associated with the LGBTQ movement and ongoing needs related to health, mental health, policy and advocacy, among other areas of concern. Specific highlights of the chapters include narrative that blends conceptual, theoretical, and empirical content; examination of current trends in the field related to practice considerations and intersectionality; and snapshots of concerns related to international progress and ongoing challenges related to equality and policy. Additionally, as a classroom support for instructors, each chapter has a corresponding power point presentation which includes a resource list pertaining to that chapter's focus with websites, film, and video links as well as national and international organizations associated with the LGBTQ community. Overall, Social Work Practice with the LGBTQ Community is an invaluable resource for graduate students within social work programs and related disciplines, academics, and health/mental health practitioners currently in the field"-- Provided by publisher
"This text broadly examines many important aspects of effective and affirming practice methods with the LGBTQ community, along with considering health, mental health, history, and policy factors. The content was written by social work scholars, educators, practitioners and students to reach across professions (e.g., social work, health, mental health) and across audiences (e.g., students, faculty, researchers, and practitioners)"-- Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references and index
Machine generated contents note: -- Contents -- Introduction to the Text (Michael P. Dentato) -- Contributor Biographies (Michael P. Dentato) -- Part I Overview: Building Knowledge for Practice -- 1. A History of Community: Marching Towards LGBTQ Equality (Jean E. Balestrery) -- 2. Understanding Differences and Definitions: From Oppression to Sexual Health and Practice (Elizabeth B. Russell and Pamela A. Viggiani) -- 3. Advancing Social and Economic Justice (Kirsten Havig, Anthony P. Natale, David A. McLeod, and Megan Gandy-Guedes) -- Part II Considerations across the Lifespan -- 4. Identity Development (Tyler M. Argüello) -- 5. The Coming Out Process (Mark Smith, Michael P. Dentato, and Tyler M. Argüello) -- 6. Trauma Impacts upon LGBTQ People: Implications for Lifespan Development (Megan Gandy-Guedes, Kirsten Havig, Anthony P. Natale, and David A. McLeod) -- 7. Strengths-Affirming Practice with LGBTQ Youth (Brian L. Kelly and G. Allen Ratliff) -- 8. Dating, Relationships, and Family Issues (Michael P. Dentato, Tyler M. Argüello, and Mark Smith) -- 9. Employment, Stress, and the Strengths Perspective (Trevor G. Gates) -- 10. Aging within the LGBT Community: An Exploration of Life's Challenges (Marcia Spira, John Orwat, and Shaina Knepler-Foss) -- Part III Affirming LGBTQ Practice Approaches -- 11. Affirming and Strengths Based Models of Practice (Trevor G. Gates and Brian L. Kelly) -- 12. Incorporating Minority Stress Theory into Clinical Practice with Sexual Minority Populations (Edward J. Alessi and Eric Hartman) -- 13. Practice with the Lesbian Community: A Roadmap to Effective Micro, Mezzo, and Macro Interventions (Gayle Mallinger) -- 14. Practice with the Gay Male Community (Michael P. Dentato, Tyler Argüello, and Courtney Wilson) -- 15. Practice with the Bisexual Community (Kristen S. Scherrer and Lacey D. Clark) -- 16. Practice with Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Clients (Ashley Austin) -- 17. Practice with the Queer Community (M. Alex Wagaman) -- 18. Building Strengths Based and Empowering Continuums of Care for LGBTQ Youth (Shelley L. Craig and Lauren B. McInroy) -- 19. The Intersection of Policy and Practice: Advancing Civil Rights Equality and Equity (Anthony P. Natale, Kirsten Havig, Megan Gandy-Guedes, and David A. McLeod) -- Part IV Health and Mental Health Factors -- 20. An Examination of Health and Mental Health Factors Impacting the LGBTQ Community (Sarah R. Young and Marcie Fisher-Borne) -- 21. LGBTQ People of Color with Mental Health Conditions: Considering Intersectionalities (Lynn Holley and De'Shay Thomas) -- 22. Substance Use and Addiction (Natasha S. Mendoza) -- 23. Understanding the Impact of Intimate Partner Violence: Trends, Frameworks, and Treatments (David A. McLeod, Kirsten Havig, Megan Gandy-Guedes, and Anthony Natale) -- 24. Health Disparities, HIV/AIDS, and Framing a Public Health Agenda (Ian W. Holloway and Sid P. Jordan) -- Part V Appendices -- Appendix A. Signs, Symbols, and Subcultures -- Appendix B. Notable LGBTQ Individuals -- Appendix C. Important Modern LGBTQ Historical Events -- Appendix D. National and International Resources and Websites
Link Online version: Social work practice with the LGBTQ community New York : Oxford University Press, 2017 9780190612801 (DLC) 2017050979
Subject Social service
Sexual minorities -- Services for
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Social Work. bisacsh
Alt Author Dentato, Michael P., editor
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