Resources Related to LGBT Psychology

The pages in this section contain links to documents, websites, and other resources related to LGBT psychology that are consistent with the mission of Div. 44. These links are provided as resources for our members and visitors to this site. Please note that Div. 44 is not responsible for the content or opinions expressed on other websites or within the linked documents.

Resources to Help Cope With the Orlando Massacre Aftermath

This list of resources (PDF, 3MB) addresses distress and coping; ways to respond to the Orlando mass shooting; ways for allies to engage; and tools for parents, teachers and health care providers. Also included are resources that discuss the intersection of ethnicity, sexual orientation and religious communities. We thank Skyler Jackson, Div. 44 student representative, for creating this resource list.


Children, Youth and Families

Intersex/DSD Resources

Education and Training

  • Biaggio, M. (2004, Spring). Thoughts on addressing institutional sensitivity to lesbian/gay/bisexual individuals and groups. Division 44 Newsletter, 25-26.

  • Biaggio, M., Orchard, S., Larson, J., Petrino, K., & Mihara, R. (2003). Guidelines for gay/lesbian/bisexual-affirmative educational practices in graduate psychology programs. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 34, 548-554.

  • Results of a survey entitled "Graduate Faculty in Psychology Interested in Lesbian, Gay, & Bisexual Issues", are linked to on the APA Publications page. It contains information about research, courses, professional training, and climate indicators in graduate programs.

  • A list of trainers and LGBT training topics is available from the Education and Training Committee chair.

Legislative Basics

  • Congressional Staff Roles

  • The Legislative Process

  • Visiting Capitol Hill

LGBT Fact Sheets