- consider therapy’s relationship to homosexuality from a historical perspective
- critically explore the limitations of methodologies used to research mental health disorders in GSRD populations and evaluate the impact these limitations may have upon research conclusions and outcomes
- examine the available study data on the prevalence of mental health disorders within GSRD populations
- consider possible directions and improved methodologies for future research questions that will offer more reliable insight into the risk and prevalence of mental health disorders in GSRD populations
Candidates who submit and pass a short set of tutor-marked questions will achieve a Certificate of Study worth 15 hours of CPD credit from Pink Therapy.
About the Author:
Dr Bartosz Grabski MD PhD is the Head of the Sexology Lab and an assistant professor at the Department of Psychiatry of Jagiellonian University Medical College In Krakow, Poland. He is a Consultant Psychiatrist and a Fellow of the European Committee of Sexual Medicine. Author and co-author of numerous scientific publications; he co-edited the first Polish comprehensive textbook on LGB psychology: Wprowadzenie do Psychologii LGB (Introduction to the LGB Psychology) and wrote a chapter there on mental health of homosexual and bisexual people. His clinical interests include: mood and sexual disorders, psychoeducation and psychotherapy and delivering an affirmative clinical care to gender and sexual diversities.
This module is a great background to GSRD, mental health and research within the area.
The module is vital for any clinician to understand and work within the field of mental health and GSRD.