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Tipsheet (Spanish version): ¿Qué Quieres Ser Cuando Crezcas? [What Do You Want to Be when You Grow Up?] (PDF)

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Tipsheet (Spanish version): "Durante las Reuniones no Soporto Cuando..." Una Guía para Facilitadores y Miembros del Equipo ("During Meetings I Can't Stand it When..." A Guide for Facilitators and Team Members) (PDF)

Tipsheet (Spanish version): Sugerencias para tus Reuniones en Equipo: Una Guía para Jóvenes (Tips for Your Team Meetings: A Guide for Youth) (PDF)

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Upcoming Webinar: "AFFIRMative CBT: Supporting the Mental Health of LGBTQ+ Youth"

Date: September 20, 2016
Time: 9:30am – 10:30am PST / 12:30pm – 1:30pm EST

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As they transition into adulthood, LGBTQ+ youth experience mental health challenges because of the stigma surrounding their sexual orientation and/or gender identification. Many endure the emotional stressors of family rejection, social isolation and harassment. Treatments for this group of young people have not always been supportive of their identities and have caused much harm. So what can be done to support the mental health needs of LGBTQ+ youth?

This webinar will highlight the need for supportive treatment strategies by opening with a young adult’s personal reflections on her experience of conversion therapy. Next, panelists will describe the clinical considerations related to AFFIRM, a CBT coping skills group intervention for LGBTQ+ youth. They will also describe findings from a new study demonstrating that AFFIRM holds the promise of reducing depression and improving stress coping skills among LGBTQ+ young people. Following the webinar presentation, there will be a question and answer discussion period to address audience questions.

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NOTE: At this time, Pathways RTC cannot offer CEUs for webinar attendance.

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