Psychological Well-being Among Transgender Women in Nepal and Implication on Social Work
Keywords:transgender people, transgender women, social work, psychological well-being, Nepal, LGBTIQ community
AbstractUsing the Participatory Action Research (PAR) method, the article examines the life experiences of transgender women and their cumulative effects on their psychological well-being. The conceptual framework enabled discussion series with the twenty-five respondents, which consisted of seven different discussion topics. The result shows that the participants have both positive and negative aspects of well-being; in particular, it was found that the positive aspects of well-being were higher among them. These findings later discussed the possible implications on social work practice and education in Nepal.
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Bhusal, R., Giree, S., & Machamasi, S. (2022). Psychological Well-being Among Transgender Women in Nepal and Implication on Social Work. Journal of Social Work Education and Practice, 7(4), 01–16. Retrieved from https://www.jswep.in/index.php/jswep/article/view/142
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