Our transgender and non-binary youth are being hurt by overt discrimination, microaggressions, and health disparities. It’s a heartbreaking reality—society attacks them for just trying to be themselves.
If you’re not already seeing trans and non-binary young clients facing mental health issues, you will. Statistics show this is a growing population, with increasing cases of trauma, shame, fear, depression, and suicidal ideation. Your ability to provide gender-affirming mental health care could be lifesaving.
It’s critical that you’re prepared. An LGBTQ-friendly practice is not the same as one that is LGBTQ-informed. It’s time to become an ally.
This one-day training is your chance to de-pathologize treatment and reduce the vulnerabilities that can lead to significant negative outcomes for kids and teens. Susan Radzilowski, MSW, LMSW, ACSW, is a therapist, advocate, and ally whose decades of experience as a practising clinician, along with her personal experience as a mother of a transgender child, make her uniquely qualified to teach you about working with trans and non-binary young clients.
From learning safe language, knowing the fine-points of assessment, gaining knowledge about hormones, navigating transitions, managing stigma, and beyond – Susan will cover all the bases so you not only understand these young people, but can truly advocate for them!
Watch this seminar and you’ll learn:
It’s time to strengthen your practice with a modern skill set for helping transgender and non-binary youth. Don’t miss your opportunity to transform the lives of young clients, purchase now!
This online program is worth 6.25 hours CPD.
|Manual - Transgender and Non-Binary Youth (6.8 MB)||111 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Susan Radzilowski, MSW, LMSW, ACSW, has practiced in mental health and educational environments for over 30 years. Susan holds a certificate in Gender Identity and Clinical Concerns. Susan was the founding co-chair of GLSEN SE Michigan and is a past member of the GLSEN National Advisory Committee. She has been a member of the NASW-Michigan Chapter Ethics Committee since 2010. Susan has published several articles on clinical and ethical providing ethical issues of providing social work services to the transgender youth. Susan has a private practice in Michigan and is a part time faculty in the School of Social Work at The University of Michigan and at Wayne State University. She consults and trains on issues related to working with transgender youth for the Michigan Dept. of Health and Human Services, the NASW, Michigan State University, Michigan Medicine, Wayne, The University of Michigan and with local school districts. Susan is the parent of a transgender adult who came out in 205, at age 15. Her experience as a parent of a trans youth inspired her to shift her professional focus to working with transgender youth and facilities and training professionals to improve access to competent, compassionate care.
Financial: Susan Radzilowski has employment relationships with the University of Michigan and Wayne State University. She maintains a private practice. Ms. Radzilowski receives a speaking honorarium and recording royalties from PESI, Inc. She has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Susan Radzilowski serves on the NASW Michigan Chapter Ethics Committee (CEC). She is a volunteer support group facilitator for Stand with Trans.
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Beyond Welcoming: Creating Space for Gender Expansiveness
Judgement Free Zone: Clinical Assessment and Screening
Essential Strategies for Support Through Transitions
Developing Child-Specific Gender Support Plans for All Settings
In-depth Collaboration with Parents: Do’s, Don’t, & Nuance
Ethical Considerations when Providing Clinical Services
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