The LGBTQ Responsive Model for Supervision of Group Work

  title={The LGBTQ Responsive Model for Supervision of Group Work},
  author={Kristopher M. Goodrich and Melissa M. Luke},
  journal={The Journal for Specialists in Group Work},
  pages={22 - 40}
Although supervision of group work has been linked to the development of multicultural and social justice competencies, there are no models for supervision of group work specifically designed to address the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) persons. This manuscript presents the LGBTQ Responsive Model for Supervision of Group Work (RMSGW), offering a trans-theoretical framework through which group leaders and supervisors can plan and implement group… Expand
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