Bisexuality: Theories, Research, and Recommendations for the Invisible Sexuality (2018)

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D. Joye Swan, PhD Dr. Swan has been studying sexual behavior for over twenty years. The common feature in all of her research is using social psychological theory to understand and change stigma and prejudice in relation to sexual minorities beginning with her research on aversive discrimination against homosexual males to her most recent research on defining, labeling, and understanding the origins and impact of biphobia. Along with Dr. Habibi, she has recently completed two large scale studies which follow up on and expand their research on how heterosexuals define bisexuality and under what conditions they will apply that definition to either males or females. Shani Habibi, PhD Dr. Habibi is an assistant professor of psychology at Mount Saint Mary's University and a licensed clinical psychologist. Her main research interests are in the areas of sexuality with a focus on bisexuality. She is trained as a Cognitive BehavioralTherapist as well as a Systemic Therapist and has treated clients in a variety of clinical settings, including bisexuals. Currently, she educates marriage and family therapists on how to treat bisexuals in a clinical setting and is on the board of the Lesbian and Gay Psychotherapy Association (soon to be the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Psychotherapy Association).