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Senel Poyrazli & Mehmet Eskin

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Chapter 4: Bisexual Identity in a Traditional Culture: A Case Study from Turkey

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Bisexual Identity in a Traditional Culture: A Case Study from Turkey
Bisexual identity in a traditional culture: A case study from Turkey
SenelPoyrazli
MehmetEskin
Introduction

In this chapter, a Turkish man's psychosomatic symptoms and his treatment are discussed. However, a word of caution that readers should keep in mind, is that the case story, the practitioner, and the treatment provided in this chapter are not representative of the whole country; therefore, readers should not overgeneralize.

The Authors

The first author, Senel Poyrazli, is a licensed psychologist in the United States and works as an associate professor of counseling psychology at the Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg campus. Turkish-born, Senel received her undergraduate degree from Hacettepe University, Turkey, in psychological guidance and counseling. She then moved to the United States to attend graduate ...

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