Sometimes we can be at the beginning of something big and not capture the moment. Not this time! Gender Odyssey and GSBA – Greater Seattle Business Association teaming up to launch our conference employment program next summer.
120 people showed up to my parent education night in central Oregon to discuss the inclusion of trans children in schools. What a fantastic group of people in Bend, OR! CO and WI are next on the list. Thx for making this happen, Francie!!
Supporting a child’s gender explorations and wondering what, if anything, should be done can be a daunting task for anyone. You may feel like you are navigating a labyrinth inside a dark cave. There is so much to consider. Have you found yourself wondering any of the following? Is this a …
What do you do if you think you have a transgender or gender-exploring child in your class? How do you broach the subject with parents? Do you talk about it in the classroom and, if so, what are the age-appropriate ways to do so? How do you address concerns expressed …
Therapists, social workers, mental health counselors and others can benefit from a consultation to address situations specific to an individual client or much broader questions pertaining to the overall support of a transgender child and their family . If you have a transgender client(s) (or are seeking to serve this …
More and more youth are identifying as “non-binary” or “genderfluid.” What do you need to know to successfully support this expansive view of gender? Transition-related care is no longer a specialty—it falls within the scope of general practice. It is crucial to be informed and confident.
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Thanks so much for the consultation. It was very helpful! I shared it ALL with my transgender client [5 pages of notes from our consultation]. It helped us greatly in sorting out a complex situation. —Sally, LCSW
Thank you for so professionally facilitating the gender training. It was empowering without being confrontational. Much was learned! —John Doe, North Cascades Institute