I’ve been working in the field of LGBTQI for over 12 years. I provide trainings for CEUs for treatment facilities, recorded interviews, medical practices, mental health organizations, leadership teams across the country on LGBTQI interactions, wellbeing, professionalism, competency and compassion. I also provide trainings on working clinically with transgender adolescents and adults as well as their families. I also not only have a passion working with those who identify as LGBTQI but also parents/caregivers of those who may be having challenges times with the coming out and transitions as well. I follow the standards of care with WPATH and am a full professional member of WPATH. I partner with other mental health professionals as well as medical professionals in the community serving various populations on how we can support LGBTQI clients the best care and resources needed. I have attended and attend Atlanta Pride while supporting emerging adults attend their first Pride as well as attend supportive events and walks throughout the southeast.
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