Critical and Applied Approaches in Sexuality, Gender and Identity

Book Series
There are 2 volumes in this series
Published 2017 - 2019

About this series

This series brings together scholars from a range of disciplines who have produced work which both informs the academy and, crucially, has real-world applied implications for a variety of different professions, including psychologists; psychiatrists; psychotherapists; counsellors; medical doctors; nurses; social workers; researchers and lecturers; governmental policy advisors; non-governmental policy advisors; and peer support workers, among others. The series critically considers intersections between sexuality and gender; practice and identity; and theoretical and applied arenas – as well as questioning, where appropriate, the nature or reality of the boundaries between them.
In short, it aims to build castles in the sky we can live in – after all the view is nothing, without a place to stand.

Editorial Board:

Christina Richards, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, UK

Jon Arcelus, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, UK

Surya Monro, University of Huddersfield, UK

Simon DuPlock, Metanoia Instutite, UK

Timo Nieder, Interdisciplinary Transgender Health Care Center Hamburg, Germany