GSEP Supports Mental Health Needs Of LGBTQIA+ Community
This month we are pleased to share the most recent decade of publications from current and past students that are in support of the mental health needs of the LGBTQIA+ community.
GSEP has a rich history of serving a wide range of individuals and communities through academic offerings, scholarly activity, and clinical services. These are some of the many ways we live our mission to be an innovative learning community where faculty, staff, and students of diverse cultures and perspectives work collaboratively to foster academic excellence, social purpose, meaningful service, and personal fulfillment.
Please see the scholarly work our students have completed on this topic over the last decade below.
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|GRAD YEAR||GRADUATE NAME||DISSERTATION TITLE|
|2011||Goni Bissell||Gender Differences in the Use of Humor in Intimate Relationships and Marital Adjustment|
|2012||Sloane Miller||The Relationship between Apathy and Executive Functioning in an Older HIV Population|
|2013||Sharon Birman||Clinical Intake Interviewing: Proposing LGB Affirmative Recommendations|
|2014||Michael Burnias||A Qualitative Study of Familial Factors Which Contribute to a Positive Coming Out Process|
|2014||Jessica Magallanes||Experiences with Formal and Informal Support: A Case Study of a Female-to-Male Transgender Individual|
|2016||Sandra Slater (Vargas-Diaz)||An Exploration of Gender Identity and Gender Roles within the Context of Latinas' Military Service|
|2017||Paul Perales||Developing a Supplemental Resource for Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists Working with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Adolescents|
|2020||Nardos Bellette||Investigation of the Multidimensional Well-Being Assessment (MWA) In A Sample of Sexual Minority Women of Color (SMWOC)|
|2020||Marlene Cabrera||Gendered Warrior: Centering Latinx Empowerment in Treatment|
|2020||Aimen Khouraki||The Effects of Childhood Sexual Abuse on the Self-Identified Gay Male|
|2021||Courtney Crisp||Beyond Tolerance: An Examination of LGBTQ+ Cultural Competence in Eating Disorder Treatment Centers|
|Entering Class||In Progress||DISSERTATION TITLE|
|2019||Egypt Leithman||Transgender Inmate Experiences in Prison Systems, Jails, and Detention Centers in the United States|
|2019||Chyna Parker||Non-binary Experiences in the Context of Gender Dichotomization: A Qualitative Systematic Review|