Integrating Sexual Orientation in Career Counseling: Acting to End a Form of the Personal-Career Dichotomy.Croteau, James M.; Thiel, M. J.
Abstract: Presents three case examples to illustrate specific actions that career counseling must take to integrate sexual orientation into career counseling. Suggested actions involve signaling lesbian and gay affirmation in career counseling practice; enhancing development of positive gay or lesbian identity in context of career development work; and recognizing and integrating reality of antigay stigma in career counseling. (Author/NB)
Title: Integrating Sexual Orientation in Career Counseling: Acting to End a Form of the Personal-Career Dichotomy.
Author: Croteau, James M.; Thiel, M. J.
Journal Citation: Career Development Quarterly, v42 n2 p174-79 Dec 1993
Publication Year: 1993
Document Type: Position Paper (120); Journal Article (080)
Target Audience: Counselors and Practitioners
ERIC Identifier: EJ477109
Clearinghouse Identifier: CG543744
Available from: UMI
This document is NOT available from the ERIC Document Reproduction Service (EDRS).
Descriptors: * Career Counseling; * Client Characteristics [Human Services]; * Homosexuality; * Individual Counseling; * Lesbianism; Sexual Identity