Online video featuring Dr Spack from the Boston Children Hospital. He explains how he supports children and the various treatment available. http://www.ted.com/talks/norman_spack_how_i_help_transgender_teens_become_who_they_want_to_be?utm_campaign=&utm_medium=on.ted.com-facebook-share&utm_content=awesm-publisher&awesm=on.ted.com_soAF&utm_source=l.facebook.com
Mental Health Advocacy Coaching: Short term coaching to support clients in researching and following up on mental health care options. Anti-Bullying Advocacy Coaching: Working with parents of bullied kids to figure out what makes the most sense for their child and their family. I also bring an awareness of the ways in which issues like… read more »
In 1998, our clinic began seeing transgender and gender-questioning youth and young adults, and we now have one of the busiest clinics in North America. At BCCH, our team (Endocrinologist, Endocrine Nurse Clinician, and Social Worker/Counsellor)—working in partnership with BCCH and community mental health professionals (Psychiatrists and Psychologists) and the BC Transgender Clinical Care Group—functions as… read more »
GID Reform Advocates respond to the question, “When a child identifies with the other gender, what to do?” Dr. Jack Drescher’s commentary on the Coy Mathis Civil Rights Case in Colorado appeared in the Sunday Dialogues Feature of the June 29, 2013 New York Times. Here is the discussion that the Times did not publish.