The LGBTQIA Clinical Learning Series is a set of four 3-hour, trainings designed to provide information about working with people from sexual and gender minority groups, including those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQIA). Sessions will be repeated upon request.
Each training has been pre-approved for 3 continuing education units (2 General CEUs and 1 Ethics CEU) for counselors, marriage and family therapists, and social workers. Trainings are offered in-house at my office or as an in-service at your site.
If you would like a training on only one component of the LGBTQIA Clinical Learnings Series, I ask that you thoughtfully reflect upon your current knowledge base.
COVID-19 NOTE: I am no longer offering in-person trainings and will begin offering online trainings in the Fall of 2020.
Understand how to work with transgender and gender non-binary clients and patients
Differentiate between body dysmorphia and gender dysphoria
Apply World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) Standards of Care Version 7 (SOC-7)
Learn about referral letters for gender-affirming medical treatments
Help parents understand gender and sexual diversity
Teach parents about how to support their LGBT children
Provide local and national resources to families of LGBT children
Support children and spouses of LGBT adults
Learn how to work with families that desire a treatment that is unethical
Did you miss your opportunity to do a training with me? I'm offering group supervision/consultation.
If you would prefer a personalized one-on-one experience, you can also schedule an individual consultation with me.
What people are saying about the LGBTQIA Clinical Learning Series
“I felt like this helped me learn so much. I am learning so much after my best friend came out.”
“I am excited to continue learning about this to help such a needed population.”
“The immersive language was so helpful, as was the expertise of the presenter.”