Counseling Satisfaction of Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual College Students.Sweet, Michael J.
Abstract: Investigates gay male, lesbian, and bisexual college students' satisfaction with their counseling experiences, and how the rate of depression, as measured by the Beck Depression Inventory, may interact with counseling satisfaction and preferences. Results from interviews with 31 gay/lesbian/bisexual subjects indicate strong satisfaction with current counseling and a preference for gay/lesbian/bisexual-specific counseling and counselors. Implications for service delivery are discussed. (GR)
Title: Counseling Satisfaction of Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual College Students.
Author: Sweet, Michael J.
Journal Citation: Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, v4 n3 p35-49 1996
Note: Journal availability: The Haworth Press, Inc., 10 Alice St., Binghamton, NY 13904- 1580.
Publication Year: 1996
Document Type: Research Report (143); Journal Article (080)
Target Audience: Policymakers and Administrators and Practitioners
ERIC Identifier: EJ530242
Clearinghouse Identifier: UD519503
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Descriptors: * College Students; * Counseling Services; Group Counseling; Homophobia; * Homosexuality; Individual Counseling; * Mental Health; Peer Counseling; Postsecondary Education; * School Health Services