Case studies that focus on what is said and done in actual counseling sessions with LGBTQQI clients, including diagnosis; interventions, treatment goals, and outcomes; transference and countertransference issues; other multicultural considerations; and recommendations for further counseling or training.
This volume devotes its focus to the specific needs of gay boys, adolescents, and men; presents an important perspective about individuals who identify as bisexual and transgender; and examines the intersection between gender and sexual orientation.
Covers the challenges and complexities in the surgical care of transgender individuals, featuring detailed sections for transwomen and transmen surgeries, non-surgical options, and establishing educational programs. May also appeal to primary care practitioners, mental health professionals, and endocrinologists.
Covers the practical health needs of LGBT patients in both primary care and specialty settings. Also offers systems-based recommendations by addressing intake forms and electronic health records, as well as emerging concerns in LGBT health.
Caring for LGBTQ2S People identifies gaps in care and health care disparities, and provides clinicians with both the knowledge and the tools to continue to improve the health of LGBTQ2S people. The book includes general medical information and guidance that is useful for anyone providing care to LGBTQ2S people.
Part 2 of this first-of-its-kind 3-part series can help PPCPs become stronger allies for TGD patients and their families in the clinic, community, and beyond, providing the promise of both a medical home and a future that celebrates people for being true to themselves.
Part 3 of this first-of-its-kind 3-part series helps show how pediatric primary care providers (PPCPs) are uniquely situated to screen, identify, and care for transgender and gender-diverse youths. Early identification of distress in transgender patients, supported exploration of identity, and affirmation helps foster healthy growth and development in a particularly vulnerable population.