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Practice Implications of Transgender Victimization Data (IN)

September 6, 2017

A workshop at the first annual statewide conference focusing on campus sexual assault prevention and response, hosted by the ICESA Campus Consortium

[ http://indianacesa.org/event/campus-consortium-conference/ ]


A growing body of research highlights high rates of sexual and domestic violence within transgender and non-binary populations. Coupled with these increased rates of singular- and poly-victimization are negative health implications, including disproportionately elevated rates of depression and suicidality, HIV, substance use/abuse and more.  Transgender-specific barriers to care due to poverty, transgender exclusions in health insurance, stigma, and provider lack of education (or overt discrimination), result in transgender survivors of violence of all ages living with both poorer health and longer-term effects of trauma.

About the conference:

Mark your calendars now for this 1.5 day conference featuring nationally-renowned experts as well as experts from Indiana!

Registration is now open! Register here. We encourage you to read our detailed registration info, which you can find here.


Keynote Speakers:

Sut Jhally, PhD (Professor of Communication at University of Mass. at Amherst and Founder and Executive Director of Media Education Foundation)

Holly Rider-Milkovich (Senior Director of Prevention Education at EverFi)


Featured Trainers:

michael munson (Co-founder and Executive Director of Forge)

Julie Lash, PhD, HSPP (Director of Counseling and Psychological Services at IUPUI)


September 6, 2017
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11925 N Meridian
St Carmel, IN 46032 United States
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