Wednesday, August 24, 2022 3pm to 4pm
About this Event
As health care providers across specialties are beginning to see more gender diverse patients, there is an increasing need for affirming, competent, and welcoming holistic care. Unfortunately, for transgender and non-binary patients, this type of healthcare can be very difficult to find. According to the 2015 National Transgender Survey, participants expressed that they experienced many barriers to accessing healthcare including lack of adequate insurance coverage, mistreatment by health providers, and health providers’ discomfort or inexperience with treating transgender people.
In this two part series, come learn the skills to make sure that your offices, providers, and staff are creating a safe, unbiased place where transgender and non-binary people can access affirming care.
During part 1 we will briefly review critical language, view trauma informed care through the lens of transgender and non-binary individuals, and focus on the best practices to removing barriers throughout the care process–from making the appointment to follow-up care.
During part 2 we will dive deeper into how to degender your services, create care plans that are specialized for your patient’s needs, and differentiate between different medical, legal, and social supports for transgender and non-binary patients.
These two sessions are best suited for individuals who have a baseline of understanding of core transgender and non-binary terminology and identities. If you are looking to learn those foundational skills, please first register for the Foundations of Knowledge and Action: Trans 101
Participants will be able to:
Date: August 24,, 2022
Time: 3:00-4:00 PM ET / 12:00 - 1:00 PM PT
Pay What You Can (PWYC)
We understand that COVID has tossed a lot people's finances into long term flux and we want to make our courses accessible. We are operating from a place of inviting folks to pay what you can. Suggested range: $35-75. Suggested minimum: $20.
Continuing Education (CE) Credits:
This program meets the requirements of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) and is approved for 1 hour of CE credits. These CE credits may be applied toward AASECT certification and renewal of certification.
AASECT CEs are accepted by many mental health and medical credentialing bodies – please check with your board about how AASECT credits can be transferred. (Each board is different, and we would never want to misguide you, so we are unable to advise about whether or not your board will accept AASECT credits.)
You must register for CEs in order to receive them for this offering. Before you check out, you will be provided with the option to add CEs to your registration. (It is located as an additional option below each of the registration levels.)
Finalizing your registration:
Once you have completed your registration, you will receive confirmation from Eventbrite, along with an email from TTI Registration - that email will include a link to a registration survey that you will need to complete in order to finalize your attendance.
Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our webinar & course policies. If you have any questions or concerns, please visit our website, or email our Registration Coordinator, Forever Moon, at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Please note that our emails sometimes get stuck in spam folders because of the word transgender. If you are missing an email from us, please check your spam/junk folder.)
TTI is proudly trans-owned and run business. We are a team of transgender and non-binary educators who facilitate professional development and personal growth trainings with the goal of creating a more just, equitable and affirming world. All of our content is facilitated by our team of transgender and non-binary educators, so you are always learning directly from –and financially supporting– transgender and non-binary community members.
The funds generated from this webinar go directly to our team members, with 55% going to the facilitator, 30% going to the support team, and 15% going to cover our operating expenses. Learn more about us and our values here.
Accessibility and Code of Conduct
The Dramatists Guild is committed to ensuring inclusive and accessible programming. Please email email@example.com with any questions in regard to accessibility, including your own accessibility requirements. By registering for this event, you agree that you will comply with the Dramatists Guild Code of Conduct for Community Spaces, located at www.dramatistsguild.com/code-conduct-community-spaces. Failure to do so may result in removal from the meeting.