This webinar provides a community-defined and evidence-based foundation for mental health providers serving queer and transgender communities.
Drawing from historical and current perspectives, this webinar introduces a comprehensive approach to queer and transgender care inclusive of micro, mezzo, and macro-level interventions from the role of the clinician. Centering anti-racism, community lived experience, and an interdisciplinary framework, this webinar explores strengths, weaknesses, and best practices of mental health care for queer and transgender communities.
- Develop historical context and evolution of transgender care, diagnoses, and pathologization
- Identify strategies for establishing trust, rapport, and mitigating medical mistrust
- Address the role of mental health clinicians as allies and co-conspirators in advocating for equity
- Develop awareness and knowledge of diversity of transgender experiences and identities
Register now with the Northwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center!