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Mindfulness and acceptance for gender and sexual minorities
Matthew Skinta Ph.D., and Aisling Curtin, M.Sc., Reg. Psychol., P.S.SI.
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Matthew Skinta, Ph.D., and Aisling Curtin, M.S., are the authors of Mindfulness and Acceptance for Gender and Sexual Minorities.