Addresses why providers should ask about sexual orientation and gender identity, identifies the intersection of trauma, sexual orientation and gender identity, and provides goals for the screener.
Is intended for use with children and youth ages 7-18 and their caregiver(s).
Provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the needs and challenges transgender and gender-expansive youth face. This webinar covers basic definitions surrounding gender, gender identity, and gender expression, while creating a learning environment for participants to examine their own perceptions of gender and reflect on the capacity of their role as a professional.
Presents recommendations from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration for eliminating the use of conversion therapy among youth.
Provides a short glossary of relevant terms and a chart delineating the continuums of sex, gender, and sexual orientation.
Features James, a 16-year-old African American youth who has been living with his maternal uncle, Patrick, since he and his two younger sisters were removed from their biological parents three years ago when James reported to a teacher that his fa
Discusses special areas of vulnerability, risk factors, disclosure, and cultural competency when working with LGBTQ youth after sexual abuse.
Aims to improve services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth in residential treatment.
Provides information for parents and families with gender-diverse and transgender children and training and resources for schools.
Provides resources related to mental health for QTPoC (queer and trans people of color), including a directory of self-identitied QTPoC mental health providers.