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Positive Psychotherapy in GLBT Communities

1. What is positive psychotherapy?

2. Do think that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered (GLBT) individual's mental challenges are any different than heterosexuals?

3. Do you feel that incorporating positive therapy into psychotherapy practices through education, training and unbiased reinforcement of the strengths that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered (GLBT) individuals possess will help assist them with overcoming distal and proximal adversities in life? If so why?

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Positive psychotherapy is a methodology in which the therapist helps the client to gain an understanding as to how to view their psychological condition or dysfunction in a more positive light. This involves helping the individual to understand that their psychological condition is revealing to them, deeper underlying issues that may not have been addressed due to the fact that the individual may not even be aware of them. This is highly therapeutic due to the fact that it helps the patient to be able to truly assess themselves, and to gain a great ...

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This solution describes the benefits of positive psychotherapy for the gay, lesbian, and transgender communities.