Division 44 Newsletter
A newsletter of Div. 44
April 2019 |Vol. 34, No. 1
Facing difficult times as a cohesive community and division.
Contributions from the Community of Students
- The Inconspicuousness of Intersectionality among LGBTQ+ People of Color
While the lives of LGBTQ+ People of Color have drastically improved in the last couple of decades, oppression is still very much prominent in our daily lives, impacting people’s wellbeing.
By Juan Pantoja-Patiño
- Centering Underserved Communities with Healing-Focused Yoga
I have learned the importance of asking myself, “What do I have the capacity to do about this and what privilege do I have that I can utilize to improve this?”
By Claire Privat, MA
- Breaking the Binary in Psychology
How to empower and support trans and non-binary graduate students in psychology.
By Emmie Matsuno
- Knocking at the Gate: Experiences of Being a Transgender Client
As a transgender woman, a barrier or proverbial gate looms over me, a gate that I am often powerless to open.
By Chloë Goldbach
- My Journey as an Ally
I had always thought of myself as an inclusive and open-minded person. During my undergraduate studies, however, I began to realize how heteronormative my viewpoint was.
By Zari Koelbel Carpenter
Division and Membership Highlights
- Membership Corner: Dennis Debiak, PsyD, and Randy Hager
Highlighting Div. 44 members and their amazing work.
By Nick Grant, PhD
- From the Newsletter: Ten, 20 and 30 Years Ago
A glance back at the history of Div. 44.
By Doug Kimmel, PhD
- Review of Listen, We Need to Talk: How to Change Attitudes about LGBT Rights
Marina Costa reviews new research from Brian F. Harrison and Melissa R. Michelson.
- Review of LGBTQ Divorce and Relationship Dissolution: Psychological and Legal Perspectives and Implications for Practice
Claire Strosahl Udell reviews a new book for scholars, students and practicing professionals in the legal and mental health fields.
- Review of The Psychology of Sex and Gender
Carlton S. L. Cummings reviews this easily digestible exploration of the psychosocial and historical iterations of sex and gender.