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Workshop on Clinical and Ethical Considerations in Psychotherapy with Sexual Minority Clients

Dr. Beverly Greene

The Center for Applied Psychology (CAP) is hosting a Continuing Education workshop (CE credits for psychologists). The workshop, “Clinical and Ethical Considerations in Psychotherapy with Sexual Minority Clients: Conflicts at the Intersections of Ethnic, Spiritual, Sexual, and Other Identities,” will be conducted by Beverly Greene, Ph.D., ABPP, of St. John's University.

The workshop will be held on Friday, April 9, 2010, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Susquehana Room of the Hadley Union Building.

Interested parties may contact the CAP for a flyer or more information (724-357-6228).

Sexuality, ethnocultural, and religious beliefs are not uncommon issues presented by clients in psychotherapy either as a focus of or a part of their concerns. Each issue is provocative to both therapist and client and brings particular therapeutic and ethical challenges to the work. It is frequently presumed that these beliefs naturally conflict with one another, although clearly they do not conflict for a great many people. There are clients, however, who feel that their sexual identities, desires, and/or behavior and their religious or cultural beliefs are incompatible and irreconcilable. Such clients may present us with a range of challenges, including the appropriate ethical behavior of the therapist. This workshop will explore a range of ethical dilemmas that confront therapists in the treatment of clients whose religious beliefs and sexual identities, desires, and/or behaviors conflict in ways that are problematic for them.

Posted on 4/7/2010 9:41:26 AM

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