Working with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning (LGBTQ) Communities in a Social Context
Val Newman ATR, LCPC and Gina Portelli MAAT
This workshop is intended for a varied audience, including but not limited to art therapists, counselors, social service workers and students. During this workshop, participants will engage in a variety of interactive activities, designed to explore the impact of social context on LGBTQ communities. Presenters will provide affirmative language and definitions used in LGBTQ communities. Participants will discuss various forms of identity and the social factors, including heterosexism, heterosexual privilege, and homophobia, that influence identity formation. Using case vignettes, presenters and participants will examine ways to therapeutically support LGBTQ individuals.
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