Gain an in-depth understanding of the issues, concerns, and problems faced by transgender individuals
Transgender Subjectivities is a comprehensive guide for understanding the issues and concerns of the emerging transgender phenomenon. As transgender individuals become more “out” in society, the need to understand their concerns, the problems they face, and the resources available to them becomes rapidly more acute. This book offers a diverse yet coherent view of this ever-expanding field. It provides an overview of transsexual manifestations designed to expose therapists as well as the general public to this actively expanding field.
In Transgender Subjectivities, experts in transgender studies examine historical, theoretical, clinical, and subjective aspects of the transgender experience. The contributors include some of the most respected and experienced clinicians and scholars in the field, such as Aaron H. Devor and Anne A. Lawrence, as well as several cutting-edge contemporary theorists, and a number of eloquent transsexual writersincluding Dallas Denny and Griffin Hansburygiving this book a wide and varied perspective.
- Topics addressed in Transgender Subjectivities include:
- the origin of the “transsexual phenomenon”
- issues of guilt in the process of self-acceptance of gender nonconformity
- personal accounts of individuals who have coped with the experience of transgenderism
- the impact of transsexual transition on the children and partners of transitioning individuals
- the various manifestations ofand responses totranssexuality
- resource and psychotherapeutic guidelines for specialists as well as non-specialists
- and much more!
Featuring a variety of voices from case studies and theoretical analyses to personal experiences and reflections, Transgender Subjectivities renders a difficult and expansive subject comprehensible to the novice, while at the same time offering insight and challenge to experts in the field. Not only is this an essential resource for clinicians, but it can also educate the general public about transgender issues, helping to dispel prejudice toward a sexual minority. This compact but wide-ranging guide will make you transgender-literate regardless of your current level of expertise.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||A Monograph Published Simultaneously As the Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy, Vol. 8, Nos. 1/2 Ser.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.60(d)|
Table of Contents
- Crossing Over: Introduction (Ubaldo Leli and Jack Drescher)
- Sexual TNT: A Transman Tells the Truth About Testosterone (Griffin Hansbury)
- The Psychoanalytic Treatment of Gender Dysphoria: A Personal Reflection (Anonymous)
- Changing Models of Transsexualism (Dallas Denny)
- Witnessing and Mirroring: A Fourteen Stage Model of Transsexual Identity Formation (Aaron H. Devor)
- Autogynephilia: A Paraphilic Model of Gender Identity Disorder (Anne A. Lawrence)
- "Qué joto bonita!": Transgender Negotiations of Sex and Ethnicity (Vernon A. Rosario)
- The Diagnosis and Treatment of Transgendered Patients (David Seil)
- Guilt in Cross Gender Identity Conditions: Presentation and Treatment (Leah Cahan Schaefer and Connie Christine Wheeler)
- Disclosure, Risks and Protective Factors for Children Whose Parents Are Undergoing a Gender Transition (Tonya White and Randi Ettner)
- Harry Benjamin and Psychiatrists (Charles L. Ihlenfeld)
- Pronouns (Irene Willis)
- Reference Notes Included