13jul4:00 pm6:00 pmTrans/Gender Identify for Autism Professionals Event Organized By: University of Washington Autism Center, Center on Human Development and Disability Event Type:TrainingIn-person or Online:Online
Research shows that support from adults can drastically cut a transgender youth’s risk of depression and suicide. Many professionals want to support their clients but lack the skills and knowledge
Research shows that support from adults can drastically cut a transgender youth’s risk of depression and suicide. Many professionals want to support their clients but lack the skills and knowledge needed to confidently navigate these complex topics. Taught by a psychologist who is both autistic and transgender, this webinar introduces the key concepts around gender identity as well as issues specific to the autistic community.
- Learn the terms and concepts needed to discuss gender identity accurately and respectfully
- Gain knowledge about gender identity issues specific to autism
- Acquire practical skills and strategies for helping gender-diverse autistic people
Who should attend:
- Professionals who wish to support gender-diverse clients from preschool through young adulthood and want to know more about the topic and/or how the issues specifically apply to autistic people.
Content level: Beginner
Clock hours: This program, when attended/viewed in full, offers 2 WA State approved clock hours. Additional fees apply. We are NOT approved providers for other CEUs. Certificates of completion will be provided after the completion of the webinar.
Instructor: Lucas Harrington, PsyD
COST: $56 per person, *10% off for groups of 5 or more
*Recording of live webinar available for viewing between July 13 and October 13, 2021.
(Tuesday) 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
University of Washington Autism Center, Center on Human Development and DisabilityCaring for individuals and families affected by autism spectrum disorders through exceptional clinical services, innovative scientific research and high-quality training. Our faculty and staff reach across the UW School of Medicine, College of Arts & Sciences, and College of Education.