“Transgender/Gender Non-Conforming Experience Across the Lifespan” topic of Binghamton University Provider Training
May 10 - May 11
BINGHAMTON, NY – “Transgender/Gender Non-Conforming Experience Across the Lifespan” will be the topic of the Binghamton University Provider Training Program on Thursday and Friday, May 10-11, at the Innovative Technologies Complex, 65 Murray Hill Road, Binghamton. This event is open to the public. Advanced registration is required by Monday, May 7: https://bit.ly/2HqZjNO
The day-and-a-half training program will illuminate various aspects of transgender, gender non-conforming and non-binary lives, including raising gender-expansive children, hormone therapy, best policies in healthcare and traumas affecting T/GNC lives. This training has been designed specifically for health and human services professionals, including but not limited to: social workers, counselors, nurses, doctors, staff members, activists, students and to all those who are ready to make their practice and their world more affirming.
For the first time, a forms clinic will be offered. Participants are encouraged to bring their intake forms, as organizers will work to make them more LGBTQ+ affirmative and inclusive.
The event will begin at noon Thursday, with various panel discussions held throughout both days, ending at 5 p.m. Friday. The cost to attend is $25 for students, $45 for adults and $45-$130, for nurses, physicians, social workers and substance abuse counselors, who are interested in obtaining continuing education units (CEU’s).
For more information, to view the schedule or to register, call 607-777-3717 or send an e-mail to email@example.com. Or, visit Binghamton University’s Pride and Joy Families: https://www.binghamton.edu/prideandjoyfamilies/