Therapeutic Programming for Gay and Lesbian Youth: How Experiential Education Can Support an At-Risk Population.Bradish, Chip
Abstract: Discusses how experiential education can address the developmental needs of gay and lesbian youth; describes a successful Outward Bound program developed for gay and lesbian youth; and explores reasons why educators and program administrators must be proactive in developing programs for this specialized population. (LP)
Title: Therapeutic Programming for Gay and Lesbian Youth: How Experiential Education Can Support an At-Risk Population.
Author: Bradish, Chip
Journal Citation: Journal of Experiential Education, v18 n2 p91-94 Aug 1995
Note: Theme issue topic: "Adventure Therapy: Current Status and Future Directions."
Publication Year: 1995
Document Type: Project Description (141); Journal Article (080)
Target Audience: Teachers and Practitioners
ERIC Identifier: EJ515317
Clearinghouse Identifier: RC511057
This document is NOT available from the ERIC Document Reproduction Service (EDRS).
Descriptors: * Adolescent Development; * Adventure Education; * At Risk Persons; * Consciousness Raising; Experiential Learning; Homophobia; * Homosexuality; Intervention; Outdoor Education; Secondary Education; Self Disclosure [Individuals]; Student Development; * Youth Programs
Identifiers: Outward Bound