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Social/political discourses, literature, and even clinical considerations regarding trans and gender diverse communities are often White-washed into mono-narratives of the trans experience. Using theoretical and empirical research, this session will briefly examine the mono-cultural trans narrative, discuss the social-cultural-historical-political intersectionality of gender and racial identities, and consider implications for clinical practice with trans and gender diverse clients of color.
Presenter: Jayden Thai, M.Ed., Psychology Doctoral Intern, University Counseling Center, University of Utah
CEU’s have been approved for all in-service programs by Utah NASW and are free for Guild members & $5 for non-members
Most in-service meetings are video taped and posted on the Guild website for member-only access. CEU’s are available for on-line viewing of in-service sessions.