1 edition of Understanding & representing transgender clients. found in the catalog.
Understanding & representing transgender clients.
by Pennsylvania Bar Institute in Mechanicsburg, PA (5080 Ritter Rd., Mechanicsburg 17055-6903)
Written in English
|Other titles||Understanding and representing transgender clients|
|Series||PBI -- no. 2004-3728, PBI (Series) -- no. 2004-3728.|
|Contributions||Pennsylvania Bar Institute.|
|LC Classifications||KFP411.5.H64 U63 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 236 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||2004102870|
This book will introduce lawyers and their clients to the legal landscape as it relates to lesbian, gay and transgender persons today. This book provides the opportunity to look at legal issues from different perspectives. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Concerns) and Division 44 (the Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues) initiated a joint Task Force on Psychological Practice Guidelines with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming People in Task Force members were selected through an application.
Transgender Family Law: A Guide to Effective Advocacy is the first book to comprehensively address the legal issues facing transgender people in the family law context and offer practitioners the tools to effectively represent transgender clients, who routinely face bias and discrimination in the courts. As changes in recent transgender health care and insurance coverage have provided increased access for a broader range of consumers, it is essential to understand transgender and gender nonconforming clients’ different needs. This book provides practical exercises and skills you can use to help TNGC clients thrive.
She co-edited “Transgender Family Law: A Guide to Effective Advocacy,” the first book to address legal issues facing transgender people in the family law context and provide practitioners the tools to effectively represent transgender clients. These models represent important advancements rela- and understand their client, given the client’s cultural background. bisexual, and transgender clients. In .
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Transgender and gender variant clients have unique needs that are rarely addressed in general resources for counsellors and therapists. These books, from Jessica Kingsley Publishers, are intended for practitioners working directly with gender variant people and offer guidance and information on the specific challenges that this group faces.
Owen Strachan, Mark A. Yarhouse and Julia Sadusky, Megan K. DeFranza, and Justin Sabia-Tanis offer a full-scale dialogue on transgender identities from across the Christian theological spectrum.
"A groundbreaking book that will support Christians in deepening their theological and biblical understanding and their reflections on pastoral care/5(9).
Recognition of the day-to-day legal obstacles encountered by transgender people is often lost in the midst of media and politically driven controversies regarding who can use which bathroom.
The challenges for transgender people are significant and attorneys representing them not only need to understand who their clients are but also how to. Free Online Library: Understanding and counseling transgender clients.(Report) by "Journal of Employment Counseling"; Careers and occupations Human resources and labor relations Discrimination against gays Evaluation Employee counseling Methods Employment discrimination Analysis Transgender people Psychological aspects Social aspects Transsexuals.
Transgender Family Law: A Guide to Effective Advocacy by Jennifer Levi & Elizabeth E. Monnin-Browder: This book provides a comprehensive treatment of family law issues involving transgender persons.
Various experts have written chapters that provide practical advice on providing effective representation for transgender clients.
In his book, Understanding Gender Dysphoria, Mark Yarhouse, a Christian psychologist makes a modest attempt to help Christians better understand the topic of Gender Dysphoria.
Gender Dysphoria is a technical term to describe “The experience of distress associated with the incongruence wherein one’s psychological and emotional gender identity does not match 4/5(72).
In Understanding Gender Dysphoria, Yarhouse offers a Christian perspective on transgender issues that eschews simplistic answers and appreciates the psychological and theological complexity. The result is a book that engages the latest research while remaining pastorally sensitive to the experiences of each person.
Advising parents about books and articles to read and websites to educate themselves about their transgender child or teen can also prove beneficial. Two books I recommend as helpful resources for parents and professionals are The Transgender Child by Stephanie A.
Brill and Rachel Pepper () and The Transgender Teen by Brill and Lisa. The WIAA also has established mandatory rules and criteria to be followed for any transgender student receiving hormonal therapy. Other Resources. As the definition and understanding of sex, gender, and gender identity continue to evolve we will undoubtedly see continued efforts to change our laws as they are applied to transgender individuals.
Understanding what it is like to be transgender can be hard, especially if you have never met a transgender person. Transgender is a broad term that can be used to describe people whose gender identity is different from the gender they were thought to be when they were born.
“Trans” is often used as shorthand for transgender. The day that I knew I was transgender for sure was after stumbling into an LGBT bookstore. On the shelves was a photography book called Body Alchemy by. Focusing specifically on transgender persons who wish to transition, the authors explore physical and mental health challenges that clients may.
Now in its Fourth Edition, the best-selling Assessing and Treating Culturally Diverse Clients offers effective, practical guidelines in working with culturally diverse clients.
Author and clinician Freddy A. Paniagua first summarizes general guidelines that clinicians can apply when assessing, diagnosing, or treating culturally diverse clients, but also addresses clinical work with specific. The clients with whom I work often desire bodily change not only to feel more congruent with their internal self, but with the hope of being experienced relationally as they truly are.
For example, my transgender FTM clients use heavy-duty binders to flatten and contain their breasts so that they will not be mis-recognized as tomboys or lesbians. When I consider how best to counsel my clients to where he directs the Institute for the Study of Sexual Identity.
His most recent book is Understanding Gender Dysphoria: Navigating Transgender Issues in a Changing Culture (IVP Academic). Posted by Kresta in the Afternoon on June 10th, Comments Off on Understanding the Transgender. InHarry Benjamin published his groundbreaking book, The Transsexual Phenomenon, 49 wherein he argued against pathologizing transgender persons and asserted that gender and gender identity should be viewed as a spectrum between male and female.
50 Benjamin was also one of the first professionals to address mental health issues common to transgender and gender-diverse persons, bringing to light the impact of societal and environmental pressures on transgender.
We are your coworkers, and your neighbors. We are 7-year-old children and year-old grandparents. We are a diverse community, representing all racial and ethnic backgrounds, as well as faith backgrounds. The word “transgender” – or trans – is an umbrella term for people whose gender identity is different from the sex assigned to us at.
Providing new approaches for exploring gender identity and expression, this book is ideal for clinical practice with transgender and gender nonconforming/diverse clients. Importantly, it moves beyond the medical model to advance an understanding of transgender subjectivity as a natural variation of gender in humans.
The second edition focuses on the complex cultural contexts of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals, the provision of psychotherapy to LGBT clients across a range of presenting concerns, and emerging socio/political issues. Providing new approaches for exploring gender identity and expression, this book is ideal for clinical practice with transgender and gender nonconforming/diverse clients.
Importantly, it moves beyond the medical model to advance an understanding of transgender subjectivity as a natural variation of gender in humans. Understanding the Transgender Phenomenon The leading Christian scholar on gender dysphoria defines the terms—and gives the church a .Many people are affected when an individual comes out as transgender.
In every aspect of life – be it at home, in the workplace or in the community – spouses or partners, children, family members, friends and coworkers of transgender people also struggle with the complexities of gender identity and gender transition.Casebook for Counseling Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Persons and Their Families Sari H.
Dworkin and Mark Pope This captivating book contains 31 case studies that focus on what is said and done in actual counseling sessions with LGBTQQI clients. Youth at Risk Seventh Edition David Capuzzi and Douglas R. Gross.