2015, Number 3
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ABSTRACTFamily therapy as a health practice has ethical and professional commitment as the transmission of knowledge and skills to others are formed as family therapists or continue on the road to keep learning. The task of the family therapist can be classified into four areas: health care, teaching, research and management; four are interrelated and it is desirable that therapists can develop in themselves and in each of these fields will be present transmitting their prejudices towards the subject of heterosexuality and homophobia. In this essay discusses institutionalized heterosexuality; regulatory actor discusses homosexuality as homosexuality gains coherence in relation to heterosexuality, but the impact of introducing normative heterosexuality over homosexuality has been ignored. This situation occurs in the content of training family therapy.
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UNESCO. Artículo 4. Fortalecimiento de la participación y promoción del acceso de las mujeres. Declaración mundial sobre la educación superior en el siglo XXI: visión y acción preámbulo. Aprobada por la Conferencia Mundial sobre la educación superior, realizada en Paris 1998. Disponible en: http://www.unesco.org/cpp/sp/declaraciones/world.htm. Consultado el 18 de agosto 2014.