Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Guilt; Sexual ethics for women;
In the therapeutic environment, clients present issues of sexuality at continually increasing rates (Bruess & Greenberg, 1988; Gordon, 1976). Current research supports the hypothesis that religion influences sexuality across a wide range of attitudes and behaviors (Bullis & Harrigan, 1992). The mental health professional, in order to create effective interventions, must be prepared to understand and address clients' religious and sexual issues (Bullis & Harrigan, 1992; Gray & House, 1991).
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Educational Administration and Counseling
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©1994 Gail M. Althaus
Althaus, Gail M., "Religion and sex-guilt: Implications for women" (1994). Graduate Research Papers. 1998.