Консультирование и психотерапия подростков с гомосексуальностью

Ерзин А.И.1, Семенова Т.С.2
1 Оренбургский государственный медицинский университет, Центр Семейной психотерапии на базе ООКПБ № 1 (г. Оренбург), Российское общество психиатров
2 Оренбургская областная клиническая психиатрическая больница № 1

Научное издание / монография

Выпущено ООО Издательский дом «БИБЛИО-ГЛОБУС»

Ерзин А.И., Семенова Т.С. (2017) Консультирование и психотерапия подростков с гомосексуальностью  / ISBN: 978-5-6040237-2-3
  • Авторы: Ерзин А.И., Семенова Т.С.
  • Год издания: 2017
  • УДК: 159.9
  • Тираж: 500 экз.
  • Формат: 60х84/16
  • Страниц: 116
  • Усл. печ. л.: 7,25
  • ISBN: 978-5-6040237-2-3
  • DOI: 10.18334/9785604023723
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    Ерзин А.И., Семенова Т.С. Консультирование и психотерапия подростков с гомосексуальностью. М.:Библио-Глобус, 2017. – 116 с. – ISBN: 978-5-6040237-2-3 – doi: 10.18334/9785604023723

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    Аннотация:
    В монографии представлены современные данные о факторах нарушения психического здоровья лиц с гомосексуальностью. Особое внимание уделено стигматизирующим факторам, социальной поддержке и личностным детерминантам стрессовых расстройств. Описаны базовые психотерапевтические подходы: психоаналитический, экзистенциальный и когнитивно-поведенческий. Приведены клинические примеры работы с гомосексуальными клиентами. Авторы знакомят читателя с концептуальными основами собственного тренинга, направленного на развитие проактивности, который можно использовать при работе с гомосексуальными лицами, страдающими невротическими и депрессивными расстройствами. Описаны возможности Интернет-консультирования гомосексуалов. Книга может представлять интерес для специалистов в области оказания психологической помощи, для студентов старших курсов психологических факультетов, а также для всех, кто интересуется проблемой психотерапии людей с проблемами сексуальной ориентации.

    Ключевые слова: стресс, консультирование, депрессия, психотерапия, психоанализ, гомосексуальность, КБТ

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