Trainings, Continuing Education, Writing
Trainings and Conferences I've Paid to Attend This Year to Improve My Skills:
"Working with LGBTQ Families of Color", "Ethics of Working in Small Communities", "Native American Training Institute", "Training the Transgender Trainer"
Trans and LGBTQ+ Affirming Trainings I've Given This Year:
Ongoing consultation group at Greater Baltimore Counseling Center, Workshop series at Maryland Addiction Recovery Center, Online Course Content for "Working with LGBTQ+ Children and Youth" found at Relias, Inc., "Complex Cases", and "Intersectional, Trauma Informed Care for Trans, Two Spirit, Gender Non-Conforming Individuals" at UMD.
I was featured on a Baltimore based radio show with an episode dedicating to the gender spectrum: Radioonfire.com
I sat on a panel in North Carolina at Carolina House's Annual Symposium on Eating Disorders to speak about transgender folx and eating disorders.
Continued Growth and Learning, Expertise and Knowledge
When you pay a therapist, you are also paying for the types of continuing education they choose to get and what they decide to maintain current training in.
When you hire a consultant and supervisor, you want to know that they have experience in training on the topic you're seeking knowledge on.
"Gender is a Construct" Guest Lecturer at University of Maryland School of Social Work
"Advanced Clinical Training with Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Individuals" in Columbia, MD
"Ethics of Providing Care to Trans, Gender Non-Conforming, and Two Spirit People" in Silver Spring, MD