Guidelines for psychological practice with girls and women.

  title={Guidelines for psychological practice with girls and women.},
  author={American Psychological Association and Roberta L. Nutt and Joy K. Rice and Carolyn Zerbe Enns and Janice D. Yoder and Julie R. Ancis and Martha S. Bergen and Kathleen J. Bieschke and Michele C. Boyer and L S Boykin and Mary M. Brabeck and Sara K. Bridges and Re-Donna Chandler and Madonna G. Constantine and Carmen Cruz and Donna Davenport and Amanda Dickson and Ruth E. Fassinger and Laura Urbanski Forrest and Linda Forrest and Lisa L. Frey and Deborah A. Gerrity and Glenn E. Good and Barbara Gormley and Michael C. Gottlieb and Kristin A. Hancock and Nancy Downing Hansen and Mich{\`e}le Harway and D{\'a}nica G. Hays and Misty K. Hook and Kathy Hotelling and Rachel E. Latta and Karen P. Lese and Don-David Lusterman and James R Mahalik and Connie R. Matthews and Dinah F. Meyer and Debra Mollen and Cassie Nichols and Laura Palmer and Adrienne Paulson and Randolph B. Pipes and Beverly A. Pringle and Jill Rader and Faye A. Reimers and Pam Remer and Rory Remer and Christina Rodriguez and Holly Bielstein Savoy and Anne Scott and Susan Seem and Elizabeth A Skowron and Stacey Smoot and Dawn Szyman-Ski and Virginia Theo-Steelman and Ellen Tunnell and Melba J T Vasquez and Heather Weiner and Ashley Williams and Libby Nutt and Williams and Kacey Jo Wilson and Judith P. Worell and Karen F. Wyche},
  journal={The American psychologist},
  volume={62 9},
During recent decades, women and girls of diverse ethnicities, social classes, sexual orientations, and life experiences have encountered dramatic and complex changes in education, health, work, reproductive and caregiving roles, and personal relationships. Although many of these changes have resulted in increased equality, opportunity, and quality of life, girls and women are also at risk for a variety of health concerns and life stresses. The aim of this document is to articulate guidelines… Expand
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