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Mary A. Fukuyama, Marie L. Miville & Jamie R. Funderburk

In: Deconstructing Heterosexism in the Counseling Professions: A Narrative Approach

Chapter 20: Untold Stories: Voices From the “Closet” of Counseling Professionals

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Untold Stories: Voices From the “Closet” of Counseling Professionals
Untold stories: Voices from the “closet” of counseling professionals
Mary A.FukuyamaUniversity of FloridaMarie L.MivilleTeachers College, Columbia UniversityJamie R.FunderburkUniversity of Florida

“To be, or not to be (out) … that is the question.” This chapter was conceived as a means for illuminating the experiences of counseling professionals who, for a variety of reasons, might not share the stories about their own sexual orientation in a nonanonymous professional publication. The question may be raised, “Why is a chapter on the closet included in a book of narratives by professionals who speak openly about their sexual orientations?” Indeed, in an ideal world, this chapter would not be necessary. However, the decision for a counseling professional to disclose personally about his or ...

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