Outcomes of LGBTQ+ and Religious Identities on Self-Concept and Well-Being

Mar 31, 2019 9:00am ‐ Mar 31, 2019 9:30am


Description

This interactive poster session aims to explore the correlations between LGBTQ+ and religious identities, self-concept, and well-being of students within a Jesuit Catholic university. The session will provide an overview of the study design and results, along with implications for counselor education, clinical practice, and future research. The importance of this research for culturally competent counseling will be discussed.

  • We hope to learn about the correlation between LGBTQ+ identity and religious identity, as well as the correlations between these variables and self-concept and well-being.
  • We hope to learn how a religious institution, such as a Jesuit Catholic university, may influence these correlations.
  • We hope to share the above knowledge in order to strengthen the counseling profession's approach to issues of religious identity in the LGBTQ+ community.

Speaker(s):

  • Payton Bruland, BS, Masters Candidate of Clinicial Mental Health Counseling, Gonzaga University
  • Mollie Pierce, BA, Masters Candidate of Clinicial Mental Health Counseling, Gonzaga University
  • Angela Maccarrone, BA, Masters Candidate of Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Gonzaga University

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