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Please see attached form for more detailed instructions. The list of articles is provided, please choose 5 from the list and 5 additional to include in the paper for sources. Students registered for 3 units will write a 3-4 page double-spaced vignette (based on a real or fictional client) in which they will describe the experiences of a lesbian woman seeking psychotherapy or marriage/family therapy to work through a phase of life challenge (e.g., coming out, forming a new relationship, marriage, motherhood). In this vignette, students will discuss issues that may arise during the course of psychotherapy, highlighting potential challenges for the client and discussing potential sources of strength and support she may find within her own family and/or community. Along with the case vignette, students will submit a 3-4 page double- spaced intervention plan describing the hypothetical work they would do with this client. Students will provide a thorough evaluation of important clinical issues involved, identify goals/objectives for treatment, demonstrate consideration of ethical dilemmas whenever relevant, and identify internal and contextual sources of resilience for the client and his/her family. Additional guidelines for this assignment will be provided on Moodle. Include references whenever relevant. Students registered for 2 units will complete just the case vignette portion of the assignment (no need for an intervention plan). The page limit for students registered for 2 units is 4-5. NOTE: Students must run their papers through Turnitin first, to check for potential unintended plagiarism, before submitting the final document to the instructor through Moodle. 1. Hammack, P., & Cohler, B. (2009). The Story of Sexual Identity. Oxford: Oxford University Press. a. Preface and Chapters 1 and 2 b. Chapter 6 and 16 c. Chapter 10 d. Chapters 15, 18 and 19 2. D’Augelli, A., & Patterson, C. (2001). Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Identities and Youth. Oxford: Oxford University Press. a. Chapters 1 and 3 b. Chapters 4 c. Chapter 5 3. Hequembourg, A. (2007). Lesbian Motherhood: Stories of Becoming. New York, NY: Harrington Park Press. ISBN: 1560236868 4. Aizley, H. (2006). Confessions of the Other Mother: Non-Biological Mothers Tell All. Boston: Beacon Press. ISBN: 0-8070- 7963-4 4 Articles 5. Alimahomed, S. (2010). Thinking outside the rainbow: women of color redefining queer politics and identity. Social Identities, 151-168. 6. Amadio, D. M., Adam, T., & Buletza, K. (2008). Gender Differences in Alcohol Use and Alcohol-Related Problems: Do They Hold for Lesbians and Gay Men? Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 315-327. 7. Arend, E. D. (2005). The Politics of Invisibility: Homophobia and Low-Income HIV-Positive Women Who Have Sex with Women. Journal of Homosexuality, 97-122. 8. Austin, S. B., Jun, H. J., Jackson, B., Spielgelman, D., Rich-Edwards, J., Corliss, H. L., et al. (2008). Disparities in Child Abuse Victimization in Lesbian, Bisexual, and Heterosexual Women in the Nurses’ Health Study II. Journal of Women’s Health, 597-606. 9. Balsam, K. F. (1008). Three-Year Follow-Up of Same-Sex Couples Who Had Civil Unions in. Developmental Psychology , 102-116. 10. Baron, A., & Cramer, D. W. (2006). Potential Counseling Concerns of Aging Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Clients. In Handbook of Counseling and Psychotherapy with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Clients (pp. 207-223). Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association. 11. Bedard, K. K., & Marks, A. K. (2010). Current Psychological Perspectives on Adolescent Lesbian Identity Development. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 16-25. 12. Blackwell, W. G., & Roger, L. (2009). Substance Use Patterns and Consequences Among Lesbians, Gays, and Bisexuals. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 90-108. 13. Bowleg, L., Brooks, K., & Ritz, S. F. (2008). “Bringing Home More Than a Paycheck:” An Exploratory Analysis of Black Lesbians’ Experiences of Stress and Coping in the Workplace. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 69-84. 14. Bowleg, L., Burkholder, G., Tet, M., & M. L. (2008). The Complexities of Outness: Psychosocial Predictors of Coming Out to Others Among Black Lesbian and Bisexual Women. Journal of LGBT Health Research, 153-166. 15. Brand, P. (2008). Introduction: Lesbians and Work: The Advantages and Disadvantages “Comfortable Shoes.”. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 1-5. 16. Broido, E. (2006). Handbook of Counseling and Psychotherapy with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Clients. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. 17. Broido, E. M. Constructing Identity: The Nature and Meaning of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Identities. 18. BRUBAKER, M. D., GARRETT, M. T., & DEW, B. J. (2009). Examining the Relationship between Internalized Heterosexism and Substance Abuse among Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Individuals: A Critical Review. Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling, 62-89. 19. Cahill, S. (2009). The Disproportionate Impact of Antigay Family Policies on Black and Latino Same-sex Couple Households. Journal of African American Studies, 219-250. 20. Colvin, R. (2009). Shared Perceptions Among Lesbian and Gay Police Officers: Barriers and Opportunities in the Law Enforcement Work Environment. Police Quarterly, 86-101. 21. Connolly, C. M. (2006). A Feminist Perspective of Resilience in Lesbian Couples. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 137- 162. 5 22. Cook-Daniels, L. (2008). Transforming Mental Health Services for Older People: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual,and Transgender (GLBT) Challenges and Opportunities. Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 469-483. 23. Detloff, M. (2006). Gender Please, Without the Gender Police: Rethinking Pain in Archetypal Narratives of Butch, Transgender, and FTM Masculinity. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 87-105. 24. Diamond, L. M. (1998). Development of Sexual Orientation Among Adolescent and Young Adult Women. Developmental Psychology, 34(5), 1085. 25. Diamond, L. M. (2002). “Having a Girlfriend Without Knowing It”: Intimate Friendships Among Adolescent Sexual-Minority Women. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 6(1), 5–16. 26. Diamond, L. M. (2007). A Dynamical Systems Approach to the Development and Expression of Female Same-Sex Sexuality. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 2(2), 142–161. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6916.2007.00034.x 27. Diamond, L. (2008). Female Bisexuality from Adolesence to Adulthood: Results from a 10-Year Longitudinal Study. Developmental Psychology, 5-14. 28. Ferfolja, T. (2009). Stories So Far: An Overview of the Research on Lesbian Teachers. Sexualities, 379-395. 29. Fine, R. L. (2005). THE STORIES WE TELL: THE LIVES AND FRIENDSHIP OF TWO OLDER BLACK LESBIANS. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 177-187. 30. Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I. (2010). Aging and Sexual Orientation: A 25-Year Review of the Literature. Research on Aging, 372-413. 31. Frost, R. (2001). Graced, Gifted, and Gay. Journal of Theology, 33-39. 32. Galupo, M. P. (2009). Cross-category friendship patterns: Comparison of heterosexual and sexual minority adults. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 811-832. 33. Galupo, M. P. (2007). Friendship patterns of sexual minority individuals in adulthood. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 140-151. 34. Galupo, M. P. (2007). Women’s Close Friendships Across Sexual Orientation: A Comparative Analysis of Lesbian- Heterosexual and Bisexual-Heterosexual Women’s Friendships. Sex Roles, 473-482. 35. Giddings, L. (2006). Reflection: “Girls Can’t Marry Other Girls”. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 163-166. 36. Glassgold, J. M. (2008). Bridging the Divide: Integrating Lesbian Identity and Orthodox Judaism. Women & Therapy, 59-73. 37. Harris, A. C. (2009). Marginalization by the Marginalized: Race, Homophobia, Heterosexism, and “the Problem of the 21st Century”. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 430-448. 38. Hash, K. M., & Netting, F. E. (2009). It Takes a Community: Older Lesbians Meeting Social and Care Needs. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 326-342. 39. Hyman, B. (2008). Violence in the lives of lesbian women: Implications for mental health. Social Work in Mental Health, 208-225. 40. Jeong, J. Y., & Horne, S. G. (2009). Relationship Characteristics of Women in Interracial Same-Sex Relationships. Journal of Homosexuality, 443-456. 6 41. Kauer, K. J. (2009). Queering Lesbian Sexualities in Collegiate Sporting Spaces. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 306-318. 42. Kertzner, R. M., Meyer, I. H., Frost, D. M., & Stirratt, M. J. (2009). Social and Psychological Well-Being in Lesbians, Gay Men, and Bisexuals: The Effects of Race, Gender, Age, and Sexual Identity. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 500-510. 43. King, S. (2009). Homonormativity and the Politics of Race: Reading Sheryl Swoopes. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 272-290. 44. Kirkman, A. M. (2001). Ties That Bind: Recognising the Spiritual. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 211-227. 45. Kranz, K. C., & Daniluk, J. C. (2006). Living Outside of the Box: Lesbian Couples with Children Conceived Through the Use of Anonymous Donor Insemination. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 1-33. 46. Kwon, P., & Hugelshofer, D. S. (2010). The Protective Role of Hope for Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Individuals Facing a Hostile Workplace Climate. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Mental Health, 3-18. 47. LEASE, C. R. (n.d.). Focus on Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Families. 48. Lehtonen, J. (2008). Career Choices of Lesbian Women. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 97-102. 49. Lev, A. I. (2009). 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