Working with Gender Diverse Clients: : A Reading and Consultation Group
THIS EVENT IS FULL
This course includes 9 monthly meetings for reading, discussion and consultation. Our emphasis will be on the therapy process, with opportunities to apply our thinking to specific cases. Readings will be chosen from recent psychoanalytic articles and gender-related research, with topics including ASD/GD comorbidity, sexual challenges for gender diverse people, working with internalized shame, early transitions for youth, and sources of support for gender diverse individuals. The course is designed for clinicians who already possess an intermediate to advanced understanding of TGNC issues.
INSTRUCTOR(S): Laura Caghan, PsyD, PsyD
Dr. Laura Caghan looks forward to her 7th year of teaching this course. As both a psychologist (PSY19679) and a psychoanalyst, she’s taught for USC, CSULB, and the Newport Psychoanalytic Institute (NPI). Dr. Caghan has presented at conferences for Gender Spectrum, APA, IARPP, and IAPSP. She also serves as the President of NPI. In addition to gender diversity, her clinical interests include depression, anxiety, early trauma, LGBTQ issues, work and creativity.
CLASS DATE(S) & TIME(S):
9 monthly classes of 90 minutes each, meeting (generally) on first Tuesdays from 10-11:30 am
9/15/20, 10/6/20, 11/3/20, 12/1/20, 1/5/21, 2/2/21, 3/2/21, 4/6/21, 5/4/21
NUMBER OF CEs: 13.5