Graduate Faculty in Psychology Interested in Lesbian, Gay, & Bisexual Issues 2005
The Graduate Faculty in Psychology Interested in Lesbian, Gay, & Bisexual Issues 2005 questionnaire asked the following questions about courses offered:
Do any members of the faculty in your department or program have specific professional expertise in training and supervision to provide professional psychological services to lesbian, gay, or bisexual clients or communities?
Have the training directors in your department or program established relationships with any agencies that offer externships, internships, or practica for your graduate students who are interested in obtaining supervised experience with lesbian, gay, or bisexual clients or communities?
Are there any departmental, program, or institutional policies that discourage or prohibit relationships with such agencies?
Only programs answering "yes" to the questions are included in the tables. A program missing from these tables may have answered "no" to the questions or may not have returned the questionnaire at all. Seventy-six (76) per cent of the doctoral programs and eighty-four (84) per cent of the masters programs did not respond to the survey. Some of the programs that did not respond may have faculty interested in lesbian, gay, and bisexual issues.
Programs answering "yes" to one or more of the questions and not providing additional information are indicated with yellow notes.