SOCIAL JUSTICE AND PUBLIC INTEREST
Armand Cerbone, PhD, ABPP, has been in independent practice in Chicago where he has been counseling LGBT individuals and couples since 1978. He is a Fellow of six divisions of the American Psychological Association (APA), including Division 29, and holds a diplomate in Clinical Psychology. He co-authored the APA’s Guidelines on psychotherapy with LGB Clients and chaired the working group that developed the APA’s Resolution on sexual orientation and marriage and Resolution on sexual orientation, parents and children. Dr. Cerbone is former member of the APA Board of Directors, a past-president of Division 44 (LGBT Issues) and of the Illinois Psychological Association and a current member of the Ethics Committee. In 2001 he co-chaired the first international conference on LGB psychology. He has received many awards for his contributions to psychology, including an APA Presidential Citation, the John Black Award for Contributions to the Practice of Counseling Psychology, and the Stanley Sue Award for Distinguished Contributions to Diversity in Clinical Psychology. He is also a member of the City of Chicago Gay and Lesbian Hall of Fame.
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