Lesbians and Gays in Couples and Families: A Handbook for Therapists
Joan Laird, Robert-Jay Green
Wiley, Jun 13, 1996 - Psychology - 480 pages
The first book to focus on clinical work with lesbians and gays in family relationships
This groundbreaking resource provides you with a wealth of fascinating research and case examples, as well as recommAndations and suggestions for working with gay couples and families.
Joan Laird and Robert-Jay Green have gathered a distinguished panel of practitioners to create this comprehensive collection. The contributors address the experiences of lesbians and gay men as couples and as parents?and examine their relationships with the families in which they were raised.
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