We love our community of partners, trainees and friends. See what they have to say about us:
“That was amazing work you two did that day. You are an invaluable resource for the many of us surviving and helping others like us to keep surviving. Thank you again.”
"Great content of roleplay. Good discussion topics! Michael was a good presenter – I’d recommend this workshop by presented to all VAWA and VOCA funded programs and shelter staff!"
"Appreciated the scenarios/role plays – gave info. So much more in-the-moment understanding and impact – helped me better understand experiences trans community may have."
"Our staff left the training feeling empowered and ready to support inclusivity efforts!"
"My background is in LGBTQ issues, and this was the must humanizing training I’ve ever been in."
"[This was] worth the 2-year wait! Gained updated knowledge, different viewpoints, and can see now where we’re NOT inclusive. It’s been wonderful."
"One of the best presentation all conference. Full of references, information and sensitive – Loved it."
“We met earlier this year in June at the Spectrum conference in Albany, NY and corresponded a bit following that conference. As you may recall me sharing, several colleagues and I had consensus that your workshops were our top highlights of that event. Thanks again for your excellent work!”
“The grace and professional demeanor with which you conducted your workshops was not lost on me and I greatly appreciated your presence at the conference.... Thanks for using your voice so powerfully!”
"I don’t know how to begin to properly acknowledge all of your efforts to make the June 23rd event at the federal courthouse so successful for the LGBT community. Your thoughtful preparation ensured a truly educational and enjoyable experience for everyone who attended. The staff and volunteers from the Center each individually - and as a group at staff meetings - expressed their appreciation to me for the opportunity to learn more about transgender people as well as interact with so many individuals directly. (OK, they were “volun-told” to be there and were glad about it afterwards!) Your personal charm and openness in the delivery enriched the activity and was immensely helpful to the “learning culture” of the event. Your skill in moderating and facilitating [the panel] was evident by the comfortable pace and dialog."
"Even as a trauma therapist there was more I could learn. I loved how accessible they made the information."
"The game-show format kept it interactive and engaging. Presenters were terrific – knowledgeable and down to earth. I learned a LOT!"