Sexual Orientation, Gender, and Gender Identity
Establishing a trusted connection with clients is a critical aspect of effective care. But how do assumptions about sexual orientation and gender or using heteronormative terms interfere?
The unique experiences of gender and sexual minorities are greatly influenced by the level of support in their environment. Everything from programs materials to the terms and language used in your practice should signal to clients that they are safe to be themselves.
Learn more about research-based approaches and program development that will guide you in creating a truly inclusive practice.
Now offering workshop sessions approved for CEUs!
LGBTQ 101, LGBTQ 201, and Cultivating Inclusive Practices
All three courses have been approved for licensed
master’s level mental health professionals in Washington State.
Check out the 'Services' page for more details.