GRAPPLING WITH SEXUALITY in a Women's Recovery House: My Own and My Agency's Journey.


  • Elizabeth Twining Blue Assistant Professor of Social Work, Department of Social Work, University of Wisconsin, Superior, WI


Confronting and working with both same-sex and opposite-sex intimacy issues in a residential women's chemical dependency recovery agency setting can be fraught with difficulty. This article describes my own journey and that of my agency as we explored and improved our capacity for providing respectful recovery services which recognized and worked with women's individual sexuality issues. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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Blue, E. T. (2014). GRAPPLING WITH SEXUALITY in a Women’s Recovery House: My Own and My Agency’s Journey. Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping, 2(2), 25–32. Retrieved from



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