LGBTQ Responsive School Counseling

  title={LGBTQ Responsive School Counseling},
  author={Kristopher M. Goodrich and Melissa M. Luke},
  journal={Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling},
  pages={113 - 127}
Comprehensive, developmental school counseling is associated with positive outcomes. Despite this, research has indicated that lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) students may still remain invisible and underserved in schools. The authors propose LGBTQ Responsive School Counseling for school counselors to address this potential gap. Examples of LGBTQ responsive school counseling curriculum, student planning, counseling, and systems support activities are provided… Expand
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