AT THE INTERSECTIONS OF GENDER IDENTITY, CULTURE AND LANGUAGE - 4 CEs
Saturday, August 4, 2018
8:30 - 12:45 pm (8:00 am Check-In)
Fruit and Coffee provided
4699 Murphy Canyon Rd
San Diego, CA 92123
People of color who identify as transgender and/or gender non-conforming experience unique struggles due to the intersection of anti-transgender bias with structural and interpersonal racism. It is critical that mental health providers recognize the needs of this highly marginalized population who often have increased psychosocial, medical, and mental health concerns.
We will utilize the 2011 report of the National Transgender Discrimination Survey to provide data points to demonstrate the increased levels of discrimination for trans individuals of color. We will provide clinical vignettes and case scenarios in order to help with case conceptualization and treatment planning. We will discuss the importance of using a gender affirming, culturally competent lens and holistic wrap- around approach in working with youth and their families.
Lastly, there will be time for discussion and brainstorming of how participants (individually and within their organizations) can become more trans-informed and provide gender affirming and culturally competent care.
This workshop will help attendees to:
- Discuss basic terminology, language, vocabulary and background re: history of transgender and gender non-conforming communities
- Identify specific psychosocial, medical and mental health concerns of the highly marginalized Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming communities of color
Identify and demonstrate interventions to implement gender-affirming, culturally appropriate/competent strategies to support transgender communities and trans communities of color via education, social activism and direct clinical services
- Participants will be able to describe three ways they can become an ally to the transgender/gender non-conforming community.
The target audience includes Licensed Psychologists, Marriage Family Therapists, School Psychologists, School Counselors, Graduate Psychology Students, and other mental health professionals.
HUONG DIEP, PSY.D.
Dr. Huong Diep is a Vietnamese-American, bilingual (English/Spanish), Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over ten years of experience providing gender-affirming therapy, psycho- diagnostic evaluations and consultation to transgender and gender non-conforming children, adolescents and their families. She holds a doctorate degree from the University of Denver and completed her two post-doctoral fellowship in Adolescent Medicine with the Center for Transyouth Health and Development at Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA). She is passionate about the intersection of language, gender and culture and is an ally to the LGBTQ community. Dr.Diep is in private practice and has offices in Bankers Hill and Encinitas.
Preferred pronouns are she/her/hers.
JAN ESTRELLADO, PH.D.
Jan E. Estrellado, PhD is a licensed psychologist whose research and clinical practice focuses on the intersections of race, ethnicity, and trauma in therapy settings. She is specifically interested in examining clinicians’ competencies treating people of color who are also trauma survivors. She is the Associate Director of Clinical Training for Psychology at Sharp Mesa Vista Hospital. Jan’s clinical work focuses on issues related to sexual orientation, gender identity, race and ethnicity, as well as with anxiety disorders, depression, and trauma recovery. Jan is a lecturer at San Diego State University teaching classes on multicultural counseling, trauma, and stress management, and she also maintains a small private practice.
I respond to feminine, gender neutral, and masculine pronouns
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