Psychotherapy with Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Clients—6: Diversity and Multiple Identities
by Ron Scott
The sixth video in this series highlights personal accounts by GLB individuals from diverse ethnic groups, and includes a compelling cross-cultural therapy session by Dr. Christine Padesky with a Korean lesbian client.

Part of the 7-video series: Psychotherapy with Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Clients
Lesbians, gay, and bisexual people of color must manage conflicting allegiances with divergent social worlds including their ethnic culture, the majority culture and the gay/bisexual community. This program highlights personal accounts by GLB individuals from diverse ethnic groups, as well as commentary by Dr. Beverly Greene and other distinguished experts. The final segment shows a reenactment of a compelling cross-cultural therapy session by Dr. Christine Padesky with a Korean lesbian client.

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What therapists are saying…

"This video does a terrific job giving a nuanced picture of the potential issues confronting LGB individuals of color. Experts address issues specific to Latino, African American and Asian American individuals. The simulated therapy session beautifully illustrates some of the complexities faced by LGB people of color."

-- Sukie Magraw, PhD, Chair, PsyD Program, JFK University
"Psychotherapy with Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Clients is the best collection of DVDs about the social and psychological dimensions of this community. The series is well researched and covers many significant issues that GLB people meet in the course of their lives. I would recommend them to a wide audience including psychotherapists. family members, and GLB people themselves."

-- Charles Silverstein, PhD, Founding Editor, The Journal of Homosexuality 
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By watching this video, you will increase your understanding and expertise in:

• The empirical findings associated with multiple oppressions
• Clinical challenges in the development of a positive identity
• Culture-specific Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual (GLB) issues experienced by Latino/as, African-Americans, and Asian-Americans
• Specific treatment issues and strategies for therapists who are working with GLB’s of color

Length of video: 0:50:00

Number of Discs: 1

English subtitles available on: Stream

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Dr. Ron Scott is Professor of Psychology at Chapman University, teaching courses in the areas of clinical, personality and multicultural psychology. He is a licensed clinical psychologist and maintains a small private practice in addition to his work at the university. Dr. Scott is an active teacher-scholar with approximately 20 journal articles and book chapters. He is an officer in the International Council of Psychologists and has been a visiting professor at several universities throughout Latin America.

Featured professionals in the series include Dr. Christine Padesky, Dr. Robert Jay Green, Dr. Isaiah Crawford, Dr. Eli Coleman, Dr. Sari Dworkin, Dr. Ritch Savin-Williams, Dr. Fritz Klein, Dr. Mary Bradford, Dr. Beverly Greene and others.

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CE credits: 4

Learning Objectives:

  • Increase understanding of the empirical findings associated with multiple oppressions.
  • Consider culture-specific gay, lesbian and bisexual (GLB) issues experiences by Latino/as, African-Americans and Asian-Americans.
  • Increase awareness of specific treatment issues and strategies for therapists who are working with GLB people who are members of ethnic minorities.
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