Not Heterosexual: An Educational Audiotape
Gail S. Bernstein, Ph.D.
About Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual People
An innovative learning tool for the 90s
An antidote to the myths and the lies.
Created by a seasoned professional
Topics covered include: issues around defining sexual orientation,
development of a gay, lesbian, or bisexual identity, how people learn
prejudice, six types of negative beliefs about lesbian, gay and bisexual
people, how to evaluate those beliefs, and where to look for more
For information and a free script excerpt, call, or write:
- Gail S. Bernstein, Ph.D.
P.O. Box 18373
Denver CO 80203
Phone: (303) 832-5123
Gail S. Bernstein (Ph.D.,University of Wisconsin-Madison 1978), a
psychologist with a Denver-based psychotherapy practice, is well-known for
her knowledge about and work with gay, lesbian and bisexual people. Dr. Bernstein speaks
about lesbian, bisexual and gay people to a variety of general and professional audiences.
She's appeared before Big Sisters of Colorado, Mental Health Association of Colorado,
Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, as well as KNUS Radio and KBDI Public
Bernstein's writing has been published in The Denver Post, Rocky Mountain
News, several Colorado-based gay publications, and nationally in Common
Lives, Lesbian Lives. Her articles about clinical work with lesbian, gay and
bisexual people have appeared in the Behavior Therapist and the Colorado
Psychological Association Bulletin, and her chapter on Behavior Therapy with
Lesbian and Gay Individuals (co-authored with Dr. Megan Miller) will appear
in Vol. 30 of Progress in Behavior Modification later this year.
No guarantees or warranties are made or implied by the information
here. Nothing here is meant to be used as a replacement for professional
help, resources, or advice.
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