Cooper, E. J., Hudson, J. S., Kranzberg, M. B., & Motherwell, L. (2017). Current and future challenges in group therapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 67(Supp1), S219–S239. Summary: Authors present guidelines for doing group therapy, the challenges with group therapy, and some highlights on the benefits of group therapy.
McGeorge, C., & Stone Carlson, T. (2011). Deconstructing heterosexism: Becoming an LGB affirmative heterosexual couple and family therapist. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 37(1), 14–26. Summary: McGeorge and Stone Carlson define affirmative therapy and present ways therapists can become more affirmative in their own work.
Addison, S. M., & Coolhart, D. (2015). Expanding the Therapy Paradigm with Queer Couples: A Relational Intersectional Lens. Family Process, 54(3), 435–453. Summary: Authors discuss how intersectionality can play a role in LGBTQ couples’ and families’ experiences. Tools and suggestions for therapists to be more aware of intersectionality in their own work are presented.
McGeorge, C. R., Coburn, K. O., & Walsdorf, A. A. (2018). Factors predicting the inclusion of lesbian, gay, and bisexual affirmative content taught in couple and family therapy courses. American Journal of Family Therapy, 46(3), 306–317. Summary: Authors research affirmative therapy and how the affirmative therapy paradigm is being presented in MFT coursework.
Nealy, E. C. (2019). Working with LGBT Families. In M. McGoldrick & K. Hardy (Eds.), Re-visioning family therapy chapter 26 (pp.363-397). The Guilford Press. Summary: This chapter presents a comprehensive look at different LGBTQ families and the unique challenges or experiences they might bring to the therapy room.