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Joe Kort – Intensive Workshop Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ) Clients
- Avoid the most common mistakes made by therapists
- Be the go-A LGBTQ therapist
- Stay on top of the changes-To-date language and Terms
Are you making the most of your LGBTQ clients? Are you pushing them? “come out”? And if you are…you could be traumatizing your clients.
As you, I also made the same mistake in my early career by forcing clients to name me. and Claim your sexual identity
Like you, I didn’t know how to ask them about their sexual practices. They were offended when I tried.
Immerse yourself in my workshop and I will give you the tools to succeed and Up-To-This page contains the date information you are looking for Rapidly changing population Counselling lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgender individuals more effectively and questioning clients, and couples.
Learn transformational strategies for dealing with the unique problems your client might be facing, such as:
- Self-Acceptance and Internalized homophobia
- non hetero-Sexual norms and Practices
- trauma and Sexual abuse as a result of growing up LGBTQ
- Coming out is a difficult process
Let me also help you to avoid the common mistake made of believing. “a couple is a couple” and Treat LGBTQ couples as heterosexuals.
Don’t be the straight therapist that is losing LGBTQ clients because of poor intake, assessment and treatment planning. How to provide therapy for your clients in a safe environment
- Psychological traumas of growing up gay, lesbian or bisexual. and questioning.
- Recognize the particular and These are the most common stages to assist your client.
- Differentiate common misdiagnosed mental illnesses and assessments.
- Specific interventions are recommended and Assessment tools for LGBTQ clients and A gay affirmative therapy.
- Differentiate interventions that work and don’t work for different generations.
- Talk about current perspectives on Lesbians and Gay couples.
- Develop strategies for LGB couples based on compatibility, incompatibility, and frequency and satisfaction.
- Discuss hormone treatments with us by using these tips and Operative procedures.
- Demonstrate specialized treatment plans for straight spouses.
- Find ways that the LGBTQ spouse can incorporate their identity into their mixed-orientation relationships.
- Identify when a client has internalized Homophobia and/or homosexual shame.
- Recognize developmental insults and Growing up LGBT can cause wounding.
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DAY ONE – OUTLINE
Do No Harm: Make Your LGBTQ Client Feel Safe & Respected in Therapy
- Red-Flag words: You might use offensive words (without even knowing it!)
- Intake session: questions about developing identity
- Strategies to establish rapport and Comfort
- Tips for discussing sex and Sexuality
- Stigma and Its impact on mental health, from childhood through adulthood
- 6 stages with interventions
- To avoid isolation, navigate the three phases of getting out and alienation
- Fear, shame and Rejection is a characteristic of this population
- Concerns about relationships: Family, friends, school, or work
- LGBTQ community members can feel a sense belonging
- Harmful and Conversion therapy has dangerous side effects
- Check out the latest issues
- It’s better than ever, but it doesn’t stop there
- Bullying and Other safety concerns that can contribute to PTSD
- Grindr and Scruff are two adult dating apps that can reduce harm.
- Risk assessment for substance abuse
- Evaluate for suicidality
- Find support
- Make a treatment program and Goals for gay men growing up
- Accurate assessment for alcohol use in this high-risk population
- HIV & STI prevention strategies and risk and harm reduction
- Generational differences informing different treatment plans
- Homophobia internalized
- To avoid alienating your client, you should be familiar with specific terms in sexual language
- Make a treatment program and Goals for unique challenges as a lesbian growing up
- It is possible to use specific terminology and This population is at risk
- Sex and Sexuality: What to know and what to ask
- Strategies to manage gender dynamics
- Internalized homophobia manifests in development
- Find out how to reduce anxiety in bisexuals when dating and Relationships
- Biphobia internalized and From childhood through adulthood, bisexual development
- Compare and contrast male and female bisexuality
DAY TWO: OUTLINE
- Be able to overcome the knowledge barrier
- Do not use outdated treatment plans
- Learn and Differentiate between gender fluid and gender queer terms and cisgender
- Strategies to help your client tell their family and friends and employers
- How to talk about hormone treatment and Surgical procedures
- Medically, these are the most important points for transgender teens and Psychologically and How to create the best treatment plan
Talk About Sex!
- Don’t miss out on key info by ignoring the sex talk
- Which is the best? Other important questions to ask are: Top or bottom? and Attractions
- Different types of sexuality
- Protect the client against your own biases and Hypotheses
- Do not mislabel a client and They are being led down the wrong path to their sexual identity
- You can tell the difference between sexual fluidity and bisexuality. and lesbian identities
- Differentiate between sexual identity, sexual behavior and sexual fantasies
Working with LGB Couples
- Dynamics of the same-gender couple, including vulnerabilities and Stärkes
- Discord between couples can lead to turbulence
- Recognize and Identify how homophobia can be internalized to create conflicts
- Transgender male gay couples are open to having an open relationship
- Sexual issues and Strategies on compatibility, incompatibility and frequency and Satisfaction
Work with mixed orientation couples and Relationships
- Particular stages in coming out as a mixed orientation couple
- For straight spouses, there are special treatment programs
- Helping LGBTQ spouses integrate their identities into their mixed orientation relationships
- Learn how to recognize the couples that will succeed and which won’t
- Closeted family—family has own coming out process
- Negative family reactions are common
- Family members can help with questions
- Families can accept their LGBTQ child by helping them
- Therapeutic interventions
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration Lifetime access
- Skill level All levels
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes