Counseling and Diversity Methods

Psychology

Quiz 8 :
Sexual Orientation

Quiz 8 :
Sexual Orientation

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The division of sexuality into abnormal and normal:
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The happenings at Stonewall Inn Bar on June 28, 1960 were significant because
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C

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In the 1980s and into the 1990s, the gay community was greatly affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic which led to all of the following except:
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D

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Polls show that ________ people accept gays and lesbians than before; however, the number of Americans who believe homosexuality should be illegal has ____________.
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The notion of homosexuality being a mental illness was fueled by:
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The _____________ dimensions that influence a person's sexual orientation identity include biological factors, microsocial context, gender norms, culture, and religion.
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In terms of sexual orientation identity development a person in the __________ stage describes acceptance of sexual roles and identity while avoiding sexual self-exploration, whereas a person in the ____________ stage engages in purposeful exploration of sexual needs, values, and orientation.
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The stage characterized by congruence and consistency between individual identity and development process is:
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A client who comes to counseling wondering "Could I be gay?" is most likely at which stage of identity development?
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Individuals at the _________ stage of identity development have a strong sense of identity with the gay community and devalue heterosexuality, while individuals at the __________ stage also have a strong sense of identity and have a more inclusive attitude when dealing with heterosexuality.
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What obstacles might exist for counselors working with client's of a different sexual orientation? How might those obstacles be overcome?
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How might working with a client at the beginning stages of coming-out differ from a client at the later stages of coming-out?
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Explore the unique oppressions a person who identifies as bisexual might bring to counseling.
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Many transgender clients are required to undergo counseling prior to presenting themselves for hormone therapy or sexual reassignment surgeries. What topics and issues might you explore with such a client?
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What personal and social obstacles might be keeping you from becoming an LGBT ally? How might you work through these issues in order to become a better ally?
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