Advancing Awareness in LGBTQ Care, Part IV: Shaping Affirming Responses for Historically “Invisibilized” LGBTQIA+ Populations
Friday, September 17, 2021 @ 12:00-1:30pm ET
Within our westernized society, issues affecting LGBTQIA+ community are garnering public recognition and attention. Despite the current relevance of the LGBTIA+ community in current media, effective culturally responsive treatment approaches and tools are lacking in the diversity of modalities and approaches. How can clinicians learn from and utilize present day attention and historical “invisibilization,” stigma, and shame to develop affirming treatment approaches for LGBTQIA+ people seeking care in their community? This presentation will discuss the influence of homophobia, transphobia, and queer aversion within historical, societal, and personal contexts with focus on the necessity to craft culturally responsive treatment methods for the LGBTQIA+ community.
Raven E. Freeborn, LCSW, CNP, offers healing and holds space as a full spectrum doula, healing justice and liberation strategist, harm reductionist, community educator, and storyteller. She is the founder of Legacy Healing and Therapy Services, LLC and Third Way Solutions, Inc., two unique community focused businesses offering strategy, coaching, and therapeutic partnership for individuals, groups, and organizations. Freeborn’s mission is to build beloved community that reckons with the truth of historical oppressions to actualize equity justice, and liberative solutions for all people, but particularly people who are Black, brown, queer, and trans-identifying.
- Participants will be able to differentiate between historical, societal, cultural, and personal manifestations of homophobia and transphobia in an individual's behavioral responses to stress, overwhelm, and trauma.
- Participants will be able to modify and apply affirming approaches of clinical treatment modalities.
- Participants will be able to describe historical issues that impact the mental health of historically marginalized and oppressed LGBTQIA+ populations.
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