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Kathleen J. Bieschke, James M. Croteau, Julianne S. Lark & Beverly J. Vandiver

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

Chapter 22: Toward a Discourse of Sexual Orientation Equity in the Counseling Professions

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Toward a Discourse of Sexual Orientation Equity in the Counseling Professions
Toward a discourse of sexual orientation equity in the counseling professions
Kathleen J.BieschkeThe Pennsylvania State UniversityJames M.CroteauWestern Michigan UniversityJulianne S.LarkIndependent Practice, Kalamazoo, MIBeverly J.VandiverThe Pennsylvania State University

While great progress has been made on lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) issues in counseling, there remains much ignorance, neglect, and bias (see Croteau, Lark, & Lance, Ch. 1 of this volume). Scholars have reflected on how to counter such biases and advance LGB-affirmative perspectives in counseling. For instance, several recent authors make recommendations concerning the further development of the LGB scholarly literature or the improvement of LGB professional training efforts (e.g. Bieschke, Eberz, Bard, & Croteau, 1998; Bowman, 2003; Croteau, Bieschke, Phillips, & Lark, 1998; Douce, 1998; ...

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