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Trans-Inclusive Therapy Practices, Part II

Trans-Inclusive Therapy Practices, Part II

Join us for the second of two panel discussions with experienced therapists whose practices include transgender and nonbinary clients. We’ll hear from a group of therapists about inclusive practices, gender-affirming therapy, and how individual therapists approach...
Liberatory Responses to Suicide and Crisis

Liberatory Responses to Suicide and Crisis

In this session, we will discuss the history of carceral responses to suicide and crisis. Beginning with the conflation of madness and queerness, we will explore the ways queer and trans people have been targeted by carceral psychiatric and psychological...
Trans-Inclusive Therapy Practices, Part I

Trans-Inclusive Therapy Practices, Part I

This is the first of two panel discussions with experienced therapists whose practices include transgender and nonbinary clients. We’ll hear from a group of therapists about inclusive practices, gender-affirming therapy, and how individual therapists approach working...
How to be an Ally to Transgender Older Adults

How to be an Ally to Transgender Older Adults

Most people, trans or not, will ask for advice if they want it. More often, we simply want someone to share with or “witness” what is happening in our lives. Most of us can also use a friend who is positive and hopeful, who reassures us that we can handle the things...
Cómo ser aliado de las personas mayores transgénero

Cómo ser aliado de las personas mayores transgénero

La mayoría de las personas—transgénero o no— le pedirán un consejo si así lo desean. A menudo simplemente deseamos que alguien comparta con nosotros o “sea testigo” de lo que está sucediendo en nuestras vidas. Muchos sólo necesitamos un amigo positivo y optimista que...
Supporting Trans Victims of Crime (compiled)

Supporting Trans Victims of Crime (compiled)

Resources for friends, loved ones, and community members Trans and non-binary people experience high rates of violence and victimization (including bullying, sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, and hate-motivated bias). We all lean on loved ones, friends,...
Healing From Trauma (compiled)

Healing From Trauma (compiled)

The vast majority of trans and non-binary individuals have experienced violence, abuse, or crime in their lifetime.  These kinds of traumas can leave scars that may last a long time.  It is never too late to begin or continue healing. Remember: It wasn’t your fault...
Bathrooms Resources (compiled)

Bathrooms Resources (compiled)

All people deserve the right to use the bathroom that aligns with their gender.  Unfortunately, all too often, trans and non-binary people are denied access to public restrooms through legislation or by individuals who decide to police entry. These unjust practices...