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This workshop addresses the emerging social issue of working with Transgender individuals, which is relevant for practitioners and administrators. We will define and discuss Transphobia, and it’s devastating effect on each life area, including Dysphoria as a mental health issue. For those familiar with the LGB community, we will present issues specific to Transgender folx such as complex trauma, privilege, passing, dead-naming and transitioning. Our research-conscious Affirmative practice model focuses on inclusivity, building resilience and community and the importance of structural affirmation in agencies. We will discuss how we have used groups, activism, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as well as art, writing and Hypnotherapy to support Transgender clients. In addition, we discuss how social workers can become Allies on the personal and political level through confronting Transphobia, participating culturally, volunteering, etc. .Learning Objectives
Clinicians will learn how to assess their clients’ readiness and specific needs in regard to dating.
Participants will understand how mental health, trauma, addiction and other life experiences effect their clients’ ability to date, and therefore, quality of relationships.
Attendees will understand how to help clients using CBT, Psychotherapy, Narrative Therapy and other modalities to build resilience and improve their dating/relationship self-esteem.
Participants will understand the components and benefits of the “Slo.T.H.” Method of dating, to help clients improve their relationship outcomes in a more healthy, stable and fulfilling direction.
2 Social & Cultural Competence
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