Therapist Awareness & Effectiveness in Care: Part 2
Effectiveness in Care: Developing a Culturally-Informed Practice for Transgender and Gender Diverse Clients
This training is designed for clinical professionals who have a working knowledge of gender diversity topics of transgender communities. This session will help address the clinical practices of assessments, interviews, and other diagnostic tools used to treat transgender clients in care. This session will offer ways to remain relevant with care through research and suggestions for further professional development.
This is Part 2 of a 2-Part Series. Please start with Part 1 (Therapist Awareness) before taking Part 2, unless you already have a working knowledge of transgender and non-binary lived experiences.
At the end of this 90-min training, participants will be able to:
- Describe two different ways of constructing a culturally-informed ‘client profile’
- Develop a measuring tool to assess self-awareness and language to determine client’s level of engagement throughout the treatment process
- Identify (3) resources to support ethical and relevant application of care and treatment tools as they affect transgender clients.
*These include: assessment tools, current academic research findings and interventions that have proven clinical utility
Date: October 5, 2020
Time: 10:00-11:30 AM ET, via Zoom
Facilitated by: Dane Ray
Moderated by: Kat Glick
Pay What You Can (PWYC)
We understand that COVID has tossed a lot people’s finances into long term flux and we want to make our courses accessible. We are operating from a place of inviting folks to pay what you can. Suggested range: $35-110. Suggested minimum: $25.
The funds generated from this webinar go directly to our team members, with 70% going to the facilitators, and 30% going to the support team.