Writing & Publishing

Writing & Publishing


Book Chapters

Addison, S. M. (2017). Queer intersectional couple therapy. In M. D. Reiter & R. J. Chenail (Eds.), Case conceptualization in couples counseling. New York: Routledge.

Addison, S. M. & Coolhart, D. (2017). Working with same-sex couples: Considerations for self-supervision. In J. Fitzgerald (Ed.), Foundations for couple therapy: Research for the real world. New York: Routledge.

Addison, S. M. & Thomas, V. (2010). Searching for mutuality: A feminist/multicultural approach to couple therapy. In A. Gurman (Ed.), Clinical casebook of couple therapy. New York: Guilford.

Addison, S. M., & Coolhart, D. (2009). Integrating socially segregated identities: Queer couples and the question of race. In M. Rastogi & V. Thomas (Eds.), Multicultural couple therapy. New York: SAGE.

Addison, S. M., & Thomas, V. (2009). Power, privilege and oppression: White therapists working with minority couples. In M. Rastogi & V. Thomas (Eds.), Multicultural couple therapy. SAGE.

Addison, S. M., & Brown, M. (2003). Creating a thicker description: Understanding identity in mixed-orientation relationships. In J. S. Whitman & C. J. Boyd (Eds.), The therapist’s notebook for lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients: Homework, handouts and activities for use in psychotherapy. New York: Haworth Press.

Addison, S. M., & Brown, M. (2003). Working with couples on ethnicity and sexual identity:   The parts interview. In J. S. Whitman & C. J. Boyd (Eds.), The therapist’s notebook for lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients: Homework, handouts and activities for use in psychotherapy. New York: Haworth Press.

Addison, S. M., & Brown, M. (equal authorship) (2003) Creating a cultural and sexual genogram. In J. S. Whitman & C. J. Boyd (Eds.),The therapist’s notebook for lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients: Homework, handouts and activities for use in psychotherapy. New York: Haworth Press.

Brown, M., & Addison, S. M. (2003) Knowing you, knowing me: Sexual identity and the couple. In J. S. Whitman & C. J. Boyd (Eds.),The therapist’s notebook for lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients: Homework, handouts and activities for use in psychotherapy. New York: Haworth Press.

Brown, M., & Addison, S. M. (2003). Who am I really? Understanding the intersection of sexual and ethnic identity. In J. S. Whitman & C. J. Boyd (Eds.), The therapist’s notebook for lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients: Homework, handouts and activities for use in psychotherapy. New York: Haworth Press.

Stone Fish, L., Harvey, R., & Addison, S. (2000). Don’t ask, don’t tell: Supervision and sexual identity. In Readings in Family Therapy Supervision: Selected Articles from the AAMFT Supervision Bulletin. Washington, DC: American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.


Journal Articles

Addison, S. M. (2016). If you see something, say something: The “War on Fat” wounds us all with friendly fire [Review of the book Fat talk nation: The human costs of America’s war on fat, by S. Greenhalgh]. PsycCRITIQUES, 61(6). http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0040131

Addison, S. M. & Coolhart, D. (2015). Expanding the therapy paradigm with queer couples: A relational intersectional lens. Family Process, 54, 435–453.

Addison, S. M. (2013). When “fat” and “sexy” intersect. Fat Studies, 2, 105-109.

Addison, S. M., Sandberg, J. G., Corby, J., Robila, M., & Platt, J. (2002) Alternative methodologies in research literature review: Links between clinical work and MFT effectiveness. American Journal of Family Therapy, 30, 339-371.


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