Irene W. Leigh is Professor of Psychology at Gallaudet University.
|Psychotherapy with Deaf People: The Ethical Dimension||p. 3|
|The Diversity of Consumer Knowledge, Attitudes, Beliefs, and Experiences||p. 18|
|Deaf Therapists and the Deaf Community: Issues to Consider||p. 39|
|The Evolution of Psychotherapy for Deaf Women||p. 65|
|Therapy Issues with Lesbians, Gay Men, Bisexuals and Transgender Individuals Who are Deaf||p. 85|
|Hearing Children of Deaf Parents: Issues and Interventions within a Bicultural Context||p. 109|
|Psychotherapy for People with Usher Syndrome||p. 136|
|The Ethnic Dimension|
|Mental Health Issues for African American Deaf People||p. 161|
|Culturally Responsive Psychotherapy with Deaf American Indians||p. 183|
|Asian American and Deaf||p. 210|
|Counseling Issues for Latino Deaf Individuals and Their Families||p. 237|
|Deaf College Students||p. 261|
|Psychotherapy and Deaf Elderly Clients||p. 281|
|Therapeutic Issues with Recipients of Cochlear Implants||p. 300|
|Deaf Survivors of Sexual Assault||p. 320|
|Chemical Dependency: An Application of a Treatment Model for Deaf People||p. 341|
|Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Deaf Clients: Cultural and Linguistic Modifications for Outpatient Mental Health Settings||p. 372|
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