Lesbian and Bisexual Women's Mental Health
Robin M Mathy, Shelly K Kerr
Routledge, Jul 16, 2014 - Social Science - 252 pages
Examine the psychosocial factors that affect lesbian and bisexual women’s mental health
This essential guide presents up-to-date, evidence-based information that can be implemented to improve mental health services for lesbian and bisexual women in a variety of settings. It examines the systemic factors that play a role in their psychological and emotional well-being, and presents new research on protective factors that play an important role when lesbian/bisexual women face depression, anxiety, and other mental health disorders.
Lesbian and Bisexual Women’s Mental Health reviews the past literature on mental health and sexual orientation—citing biased and inadequate assessment, diagnosis, and treatment approaches currently in use in the care of lesbian and bisexual women. This essential guide for clinicians and researchers presents new empirical research on lesbian/bisexual women’s mental health. It explores specific challenges that face various lesbian and bisexual female populations, with research on:
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Lesbian and Bisexual Women's Mental Health, Volume 1
Robin M. Mathy,Shelly K. Kerr
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