LGBTQ Issues in SA Treatment: Part 3 – Population Specific Considerations

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LGBTQ Issues in SA Treatment: Part 3 – Population Specific Considerations

Ce document est offert en anglais seulement pour le moment. Consultez la liste des ressources en français pour de la documentation sur la santé LGBT2SQ offerte dans cette langue.

Des questions? Écrivez-nous à info@rainbowhealthontario.ca.

This is the third of three Addiction Messenger issues that feature information drawn from the curriculum, “A Provider’s Introduction to Substance Abuse Treatment for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Individuals”. This issue discusses information and clinical considerations for specific LGBTQ populations.

Author: Lynn McIntosh Source: Northwest Frontier Addiction Technology Transfer Center Website: http://www.attcnetwork.org/regcenters/c1.asp?rcid=10&content=CUSTOM1 Journal: Addiction Messenger Journal Details: Vol: 11 Issue: 12, pages 1 - 7 Origin Country: United States Publish Date: 2008 Publication City: Salem Languages: .Resource Type: , .Resource Topics: , , .Target Audiences: , . Last Modified: 2017-08-25

The spectrum of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning groups clearly includes a rich mix of gender roles and identities, sexual orientations, and cultural expression.

This is the third of three Addiction Messenger issues that feature information drawn from the curriculum, “A Provider’s Introduction to Substance Abuse Treatment for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Individuals”. The first and second issues discussed general principles and practices of LGBTQ-effective treatment.

This issue discusses information and clinical considerations for specific LGBTQ populations. For example it discusses special clinical and social guidelines to adhere to for transgender clients such as issues pertaining to hormone therapy and the use of preferred pronouns.