Dominic Davies Pink Therapy

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Pink Therapy

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A comprehensive British volume on lesbian and gay affirmative psychotherapy has been a while coming. Pink Therapy, however, has arrived, amply fills this gap, and is well worth the wait. The literature reviews are masterful for scholars, and the book offers a comprehensive, thoughtful approach for clinicians. A deft editorial hand is evident in the unusual consistency across chapters, the uniformly crisp, helpful chapter summaries, and the practical appendices, generous resources lists and well organized bibliographies.

I particularly like the contributors subtle appreciation of theoretical nuance, genuine open-mindedness to diversity of ideas, and willingness to synthesize in a pragmatic and client-oriented manner.

John C. Gonsiorek, PhD., Minneapolis, MN USA; Diplomate in Clinical Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology; Past President, Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian and Gay Issues (Division 44 of the American Psychological Association).

Pink Therapy is the first British guide for counsellors and therapists working with people who are lesbian, gay or bisexual. It provides a much needed overview of lesbian, gay and bisexual psychology, and examines some of the differences between lesbians, gays and bisexuals, and heterosexuals. Pink Therapy proposes a model of gay affirmative therapy, which challenges the prevailing pathologizing models. It will help to provide answers to pressing questions such as:

*what is different about lesbian, gay and bisexual psychologies?

*how can I improve my work with lesbian, gay and bisexual clients?

*what are the key clinical issues that this work raises?

The contributors draw on their wide range of practical experience to provide - in an accessible style - information about the contemporary experience of living as a lesbian, gay or bisexual person, and to explore some of the common difficulties.

Pink Therapy will be important reading for students and practitioners of counselling and psychotherapy, and will also be of value to anyone involved in helping people with a lesbian, gay or bisexual orientation.

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Dominic Davies has a wide experience of 'people work' in the statutory and voluntary sectors. He has worked in Residential Social Work; University Counselling; and HIV/AIDS and Sexuality Training. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Counselling at Nottingham Trent University. He holds a Diploma in Person Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy, is a BAC Accredited Counsellor and a member of the Steering Group for the Association for Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Psychologies.

Charles Neal is a therapist, trainer, educator and gay father with 25 years' experience working towards empowerment with people of all ages at points of change. He specialises in gay affirmative therapy and working with artists and performers and is founding chair of the Association for Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Psychologies in the UK. A graduate of Spectrum's humanistic training, he has a lifelong involvement in analytic, integrative and humanistic therapies.

Review:

"...a well-informed and well-researched book aimed at practitioners, both straight and gay...essential reading for any counsellor who is likely to come across non-heterosexual clients." - Gay Times "...a major achievement. It will certainlyinform my work as a researcher, trainer and teacher strongly - I wantto recommend it wholeheartedly." - British Journal of Educational Psychology "...essential reading if you seekto be informed on the issues." - Royal Navy Chaplains Book "...the most useful and significant contribution to theissues of counselling lesbians and gay men since Jack Babuscio's We Speak for Ourselves (1977)...essential reading for all who seek to provide an equal and appropriate service to lesbians and gay men." - Probation Journal "I found all chapters easy to read, and certainly challenging in many areas, which indicates it is also a necessaryand appropriate text for those who choose to identify themselves as lesbian, gay or bisexual therapists, as well as those who may work withclients from these groups." - Counselling "The enormous strength of this book lies in its presentation of a range of theories and models relating to sexuality, backed up throughout by illustrations and case studies from real lives."- Young People Now"For all professionals, counsellors and therapists, working with lesbian, gay and bisexual clients Pink Therapy is a must." - ALGP Europe Newsletter "...constitutes a welcome resource to working with the practicalities of a politically andculturally very complex agenda." - New Controversial Discussions "For too long I have relied on 'learning from the client'. No longer!...I now have recourse to a collection of readings backed up by academic references, and added to by further directions to pursue." - Relate News "...essential reading for all counsellors." - BritishJournal of Guidance & Counselling

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