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is a cause of homophobia?
the late 70s, Cass had an identity model that contained which six stages?
would you define Identity Achievement?
In the acronym LGBTQ, what does the
"Q" stand for?
do "questioners" need a supportive environment?
During the "Further Exploration"
phase, what thoughts and feelings might your client experience?
Where can role models be found for young
are the two most important factors to ensure the emotional health of adolescent
lesbians and gays?
a teen is unsure about their sexual identity, what are some negative behaviors
that may be present that require attention?
What are some risks as the student
owns their identity?
is an example of a "blaming-the-victim statement" made by a teacher
that would indicate the need for an in-service for the teachers?
What are three factors a LGBTQ client
might face on the path toward an integrated identity?
What makes it difficult for adults
to come out?
the three case studies given for Jake, Belle, and Dori, what identity stages does
the group decide they were in, respectively?
A. Strong self-esteem and a non-family support
B. Professional guild; shadowing professionals as role models
or mentors; PFLAG Parents;
D. Identity confusion,
Identity comparison, identity tolerance, identity acceptance, identity pride,
E. "It's kind of his fault. If he would
just be more quiet
F. Can't do the things they used
to do; Losing the
"heterosexual privilege" that they have lived
with for a significant number of years
G. The idea that we can identify
with something else becomes kind of scary; they are afraid that in that person
there is a piece of them and they want to deny it
H. Increased risk
of depression, hopelessness, suicide, family rejection, societal intolerance,
increased negative school attitudes, more trouble in school, lower GPAs,
I. They don't get the support from friends and peers
Potential barriers, dichotomous identity, coming out
K. "I'm excited,"
"I want to meet other gays," "I want to look gay"
Sabotaging myself at work and at school; lying to others; withdrawing from relationship;
not interacting with a lot of
people outside my group
Diffusion, Identity Achievement, and Identity
experienced the deciding moment and subsequent commitment to a gay identity
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According to the diversity-repressing
theory, what is the benefit of sex?
is the positive relationship Adams found between working as a flight attendant
and acculturation into the gay community?
Why do gay male couples tend to develop
an affectional relationship from a sexual one and to have a briefer courting period,
whereas lesbian couples often develop a sexual relationship from an affectional
one after a more lengthy courtship?
are three "holes" in the universal sexual selection theory?
is an example of aversion therapy that has been used to "cure" gay behavior?
whom does Roughgarden feel Joan of Arc might serve as a role model?
What makes counseling someone from
a different culture difficult for a therapist?
Identifying the counseling session
with the model of a hologram permits the therapist to do what?
In an intercultural counseling session,
what can empathy generate?
is a key factor in using empathy with LBGTQ clients?
are three goals for reducing heterosexual bias in language?
1981 study showed what common mistake physicians made regarding patients who informed
them of their sexual orientation?
A. They tended to interpret the presenting
problem in sexual terms, before considering other logical diagnoses.
C. Counselors often lack implicit cultural inferences
to create coherent images of their clients.
D. Three "holes"
are: sex roles are reversible, same-sex sexuality is common in nature, and females
do not select mates based on "good genes".
E. sex protects
the genetic quality of the species
F. Not using one's own emotional
identity to guide
G. A hologram permits the therapist
to isolate a brief slice
of time and yet accept the client as a person existing
in the broader landscape of his or her cultural existence
H. Gay couples
and lesbian couples have differential socialization patterns with their affectional
I. A gay man, is brought to the clinic, exposed to erotic
photographs of nude men, and then punished for any signs
Three goals are: clarity of expression, avoidance of inaccurate stereotypes, and
making comparisons of lesbians
or gay men to parallel groups.
Empathy can generate regressions towards cultural
assumptions, values, and
patterns of thinking
L. The positive relationship according to Adams
increase in openness with others, and heightened self-esteem.
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