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However, lesbian, gay, and bisexual couples and couples with one or both transgender partners LGBT couples exist in a stigmatizing environment that provides no social structures for them. As a result, these couples face three types of challenges: minority stress, lack of social support, and role and relational ambiguity. The author reviews research on these three challenges and offers specific techniques to address them.
A conceptual model creates a bridge between sociocultural challenges and the psychological-relational consequences, affording therapists an understanding of how to plan and implement effective interventions. In addition, seven basic premises provide parameters for work with LGBT couples. Keywords: LGBTlesbiangaybisexualtransgenderqueercouplescouples therapygender variantgay marriagefamilies of choice. Valory Mitchell is an experienced clinical psychologist working in Berkeley, California. Access to the complete content on Oxford Handbooks Online requires a subscription or purchase.
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I’m Bisexual, I’m Married, and I Want to Explore My Sexuality. ‘Does That Make Me a Stereotype?’