While a small percentage of all families receive government cash supports intended for poor and low-income families, we find that gay and lesbian individuals and couples are more likely to receive these supports than are heterosexuals. In this report, we analyze data from three surveys to compare poverty as defined by the federal poverty line between LGB and heterosexual people: Psychotherapy Research, 28 3, doi: We find clear evidence that poverty is at least as common in the LGB population as among heterosexual people and their families. You may also ask to receive meeting notices.
Notably, lesbian couples and their families are much more likely to be poor than heterosexual couples and their families.
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Journal article reporting standards for qualitative research in psychology: Current projects in this research include the investigation of a 5-factor model of change within a psychotherapy dataset—looking at variables such as client curiosity, the creation of moments of difference, and the symbolization of new experiences — as well as a corresponding outcome measure development project. While a small percentage of all families receive government cash supports intended for poor and low-income families, we find that gay and lesbian individuals and couples are more likely to receive these supports than are heterosexuals. In contrast, lesbian, gay, and bisexual LGB people are invisible in these poverty statistics. Having trouble reading this page? Journal of Lesbian Studies Special Issue: Friends of OLLI A contribution of any size is a gift of knowledge and makes a big difference in the lives of the program and our members.
This method allows researchers to see how that process e. Psychotherapy Research, 21, Come and be part of this exciting groundbreaking group. Psychotherapy Research, 28 3, doi: Tailoring methods to enhance methodological integrity.