The LGBT Health & Development Program

Tag: resilience

Research Blog—How Social Media Amplifies Community Resilience among the LGBT Community

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13th November

Despite adversity, the LGBT community finds a sense of resilience through social networks via virtual communities and other e-approaches.

Research Blog – Internalized Homophobia and Mental Health in LGB People

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25th July

We discuss what internalized homophobia is, how it is expressed, and how it is related to mental health in LGB people.

Youth Blog – Surviving the Loss of a Friend to Suicide

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19th June

This isn’t your average blog about LGBT youth and suicide. This blog is about Loss and, more importantly, Survival.

Research Blog – Recent Publication Shows High Prevalence of Violent Experiences among Gay Youth

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20th March

Many minority YMSM report a history of violence and abuse, and programs focused on improving resilience are needed.

Mental health of lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth: A developmental resiliency perspective.

1st January

New IMPACT Program study highlights mental health benefits of reducing bullying and victimization and improving social support for LGB youth.

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