WEEK 8 Signature Assignment
An important component of this course is the submission of an original course project paper encompassing your research and investigation of a topic selected by you from the following list of generalized topics which is primary to your understanding and application of the academic information contained in our course for your use as a professional in your future work with clients. You should identify a specific topic within the generalized topic area you select rather than attempt a more generalized over view summary of your topic. The use of current credible research will be crucial to a quality academic paper.
- Clinical Sexuality
- Sexual Orientationâ€¦Questions, Choices and Challenges
- Gender Questioning
- Sexual Challenges
- The Role of the MFT in Treating Sexuality Issues
***Your paper MUST not use any material used in your previous week three or six papers!!! You should select a topic different from those used in previous papers. Other topics MAY be approved if discussed and accepted by the instructor.
Your paper must adhere to the following:
Written in a MS Word document program utilizing spelling and grammar check with all recommended corrections made.
12 point font, double spaced, 1″ margins. APA paper format including running head, title page, page numbers, and abstract of no more than 120 words. Appropriate in-text citations and reference list fully formatted to current APA standards. THE MINIMUM NUMBER OF REFERENCES IS 7 -8 (not including your text book). As a guide, minimum citations should approximate one to two references per page. Your paper should offer an academic introduction, an overview of the existing literature, discussion of your research findings, and followed by observation and conclusions worthy of graduate school academic consideration. The length of your paper should be approximately 10 – 15 pages including a minimum of 3,500 words within the academic discussion. Substantial points (10 â€“ 20%) will be deducted for late papers. (200 points)
Levine, S. B., Althof, S. E., & Risen, C. B. (2016) Handbook of clinical sexuality for mental
health professionals. London: Routledge