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Section VI: Dimension of Sexual Orientation: SAGE Journal Articles

Heterosexual Identity Development: A Multidimensional Model of Individual and Social Identity
R. L. Worthington, H. B. Savoy, F. R. Dillon, and E. R. Vernaglia
The Counseling Psychologist, 2002; vol. 30: pp. 496–531.

Heterosexual Identity and the Heterosexual Therapist: An Identity Perspective on Sexual Orientation Dynamics in Psychotherapy
J. J. Mohr
The Counseling Psychologist, 2002; vol. 30: pp. 532–566.

Talking About Family: Disclosure Practices of Adults Raised by Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Parents
A. E. Goldberg
Journal of Family Issues, 2007; vol. 28: pp. 100–131.

Changing Heterosexuals' Attitudes Toward Homosexuals: A Systematic Review of the Empirical Literature
E. W. Tucker and M. Potocky-Tripodi
Research on Social Work Practice, 2006; vol. 16: pp. 176–190.

Counseling Gay and Lesbian Families: Theoretical Considerations
J. L. Adams, J. D. Jaques, and K. M. May
The Family Journal, 2004; vol. 12: pp. 40–42.

The Social Implications of Sexual Identity Formation and the Coming-Out Process: A Review of the Theoretical and Empirical Literature
C. M. Mosher
The Family Journal, 2001; vol. 9: pp. 164–173.

Family Counseling and Referral With Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgendered Clients: Ethical Considerations
G. R. Janson
The Family Journal, 2002; vol. 10: pp. 328–333.

The Hidden Minority: Issues and Challenges in Working With Lesbian Women and Gay Men
R. E. Fassinger
The Counseling Psychologist, 1991; vol. 19: pp. 157–176.

Why Do Individuals Seek Conversion Therapy?: The Role of Religiosity, Internalized Homonegativity, and Identity Development
E. E. Tozer and J. A. Hayes
The Counseling Psychologist, 2004; vol. 32: pp. 716–740.

Revisioning Sexual Minority Identity Formation: A New Model of Lesbian Identity and Its Implications for Counseling and Research
S. R. McCarn and R. E. Fassinger
The Counseling Psychologist, 1996; vol. 24: pp. 508–534.

Engaging Men in Couples Counseling: Strategies for Overcoming Ambivalence and Inexpressiveness
M. Englar-Carlson and D. S. Shepard
The Family Journal, 2005; vol. 13: pp. 383–391.