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Affirmative Counseling With LGBTQI+ People

Affirmative Counseling With LGBTQI+ People

To view the table of contents and selected opening book pages, click here
January 20, 2017
978-1-55620-355-8
416
$50.95
$72.95
$72.95

An Affirmative Approach in Evaluating and Recommending

Title:
An Affirmative Approach in Evaluating and Recommending Candidates for Gender Transition
Description:
This session provides: (1) an overview of gender dysphoria and gender transition; (2) strategies on affirmative clinical evaluation of gender dysphoria; and (3) affirmative clinical assessment and recommendations for clients pursuing social and medical transition. Examples of clinical management and a letter of recommendation for gender transition are provided. Practical considerations for affirmative practice, including ethics and cultural diversity, are discussed.
Learning Objectives:
1.Identify DSM 5 diagnostic criteria for gender dysphoria
2.Describe social and medical gender transition including its criteria and assessment
3.Discuss practical strategies that professional counselors can affirmatively assess and recommend candidates for social and medical gender transition
CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 1 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
May 08, 2019
Video
1
$14.99
$19.99
$19.99
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An Exploration to Inform Clinical Practice: Examining Mental

Title:
An Exploration to Inform Clinical Practice: Examining Mental Health Care Experiences of Trans Service Members and Veterans
Description:
Mental Health Care Experiences of Trans Service Members and Veterans: A Mixed-Methods Study (Shane et al., 2021) explores the mental health care experiences of trans service members for the purpose of identifying training and practice recommendations for mental health providers. This study examines experiences with military and nonmilitary providers with a focus on stigma and barriers to care. Stigmatization significantly contributes to psychological distress for trans service members and veterans. Furthermore, trans service members and veterans experience high rates of depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress, suicide, and military sexual trauma. The authors conducted semistructured interviews with 10 participants. This CE provides professional counselors with information to better understand the lived experiences of trans service members and veterans and research findings to inform how to better serve these individuals.
Learning Objectives:
1.Recognize presenting issues, stigmas, and barriers that trans service members and veterans experience when seeking mental health services.
2.Identify how counselors can respond to the highlighted need for intersectional competence in working with LGBT and military populations.
3.Summarize the clinical practice relevance of the qualitative and quantitative findings to the four research questions outlined in this study.
CE Credit(s):
1.5 NBCC Hours; 1.5 CRCC Hours; 1.5 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 1.5 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
June 01, 2022
JCD Article. Text-based.
1.5
$30.00
$45.00
$45.00
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Casebook for Counseling LGBT Persons and Their Families

Casebook for Counseling Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Persons and Their Families

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February 01, 2012
978-1-55620-306-0
396
$44.95
$59.95
$59.95

De Opresso Liber, Part II: Counseling and Advocating

Title:
De Opresso Liber, Part II: Counseling and Advocating for Trans* Military Service Members During Uncertain Times
Description:
Following up on a presentation at the 2017 ACA Annual Conference and Expo, this educational session will provide attendees with contextually informed strategies for working with and advocating for trans- military service members and veterans during an uncertain time. In 2016 the Pentagon ended the ban on trans-people serving openly in the U.S. military—yet recent moves by the Trump Administration leave trans-service members feeling uncertain and fearful about their future. All counselors must be prepared for those service members, in the face of this uncertainty, to continue to seek services outside of the military. The authors will review background information in the context of the current political environment, followed by two case studies, based on original qualitative interviews with trans-military service members. They will then lead audience members in a workshop-style, small-group activity in which they will apply the information presented to the presented cases.
Learning Objectives:
1.Gain a better understanding of the unique mental health challenges faced by trans military personnel and veterans, as well as the barriers they have historically faced to both medical and mental health treatment.
2.Learn key concepts related to minority stress and identity concealment, and be able to apply those concepts, using the Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies framework, to the experiences of trans military clients through a case example.Ê
3.ApplyÊat least three potential counseling interventions/approaches, rooted in evidence-based treatments, that may be appropriate for the trans* military population.
CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 1 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
November 27, 2018
Video
1
$29.00
$49.00
$49.00
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Developing Competence in Working With LBGTQI+ Communities

Title:
Developing Competence in Working With LBGTQI+ Communities: Awareness, Knowledge, Skills, and Action
Description:
The chapter will assist counselors and other mental health professionals in gaining competence in working with LGBTQI+ clients.
Learning Objectives:
1.Examine standards and competencies counselors can use to develop competence in working with LGBTQI+ individuals.
2.Explore concepts of power and privilege, oppression and bias, career and health disparities, and overarching cultural biases regarding affectional orientation and gender variance

CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 1 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
September 01, 2018
ACA Book Chapter. Text-Based
1
$22.00
$32.00
$32.00
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Group Counseling With LGBTQI Persons

Group Counseling With LGBTQI Persons

To view the table of contents and selected opening book pages, click here
January 20, 2015
978-1-55620-349-7
240
$38.95
$54.95
$54.95

Identity Development of South Asian Same-Sex Attracted Women

Title:
Identity Development of South Asian Same-Sex Attracted Women: Implications for Counseling
Description:
Asians are the fastest growing minority population in the USA; their population is projected to double to eight percent by 2050 (U.S. Census Bureau, 2010). South Asians comprise approximately a third of this population. By inference then, the South Asian LGBTQ population will also become a significant minority in the larger LGBTQ population. South Asian cultural values and beliefs significantly influence sexual identity development for both first- and second-generation same-sex attracted women, leading to unique experiences of discrimination and marginalization. Counselors working with this population must, therefore, sensitively incorporate these cultural factors for effective treatment planning and to avoid further harm by unintentionally reinforcing existing experiences of injustice and oppression.
Learning Objectives:
1.Gain an understanding of the cultural factors Influencing gender and sexual identity development.
2.Gain an understanding of the impact of immigration status on sexual identity development.
3.Gain an understanding of treatment strategies for mental health counselors working with this population.
CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 1 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
October 08, 2018
Video
1
$29.00
$49.00
$49.00
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If You See Something, Say Something: Responding to Student

Title:
If You See Something, Say Something: Responding to Student and Supervisee Microaggressions
Description:
Counselor educators and supervisors train students and supervisees to become professional, ethical and competent counselors. However, some trainees are adamantly against working with LGBT people, some are insensitive about their language, and others don’t understand the inappropriate nature of their jokes. In this panel discussion LGBTQQIA counselor educators and supervisors discuss their own responses to slanderous speech, microaggressions, and overt ridicule regarding LGBTQQIA persons by students and supervisees. We will talk about our own emotional reactions and how they’ve changed over time, along with helpful and unhelpful responses to students/supervisees based on their own developmental level. Each panelist will briefly discuss one aspect of their experience, and we will then facilitate a discussion with attendees around best practices for managing emotional reactions while still offering appropriate responses to students and supervisees.
Learning Objectives:
1.Look at the effects on counselor educators when students make hurtful comments about an aspect of one’s identity.
2.Explore how the parts of one’s identity intersect and conflict with each other in difficult situations.
3.Learn ways to work with students and supervisees toward LGBT competence and advocacy
CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 0 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
October 08, 2018
Video
1
$29.00
$49.00
$49.00
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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Youth: Family

Title:
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Youth: Family Acceptance and Emotional Development
Description:
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer youth (LGBTQ) experience a variety of struggles when coming out to their families of origin. These struggles include lack of acceptance and support by their families as well as isolation, depression, engagement in risk taking behaviors such as drug and alcohol abuse, and the risk of suicide. The focus of this presentation will be to address prior research on family support and acceptance with LGBTQ youth in their sexual identity development, and possible solutions for counselors to provide assistance with the youth and their families during this adjustment process.
Learning Objectives:
1.To educate counseling professionals about LGBTQ youth and the impact of disclosure of their sexual and/or gender identity as well as the consequences on the lack of emotional support from caregivers.
2.Benefits to providing support and acceptance to LGBTQ youth, including research evidence and how caregivers can assist in the youth’s coming out process.
3.Treatment approaches and resources to assist LGBTQ youth and their families.
CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 1 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
October 08, 2018
Video
1
$29.00
$49.00
$49.00
Available for Immediate Download