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Understanding the Spectrum of Gender Expression(3 CE Hours)Presenter:Don Dyson, Ph.D.

3 CE Hours

Presented by: Brent Satterly, Ph.D. & Don Dyson, Ph.D.

Recorded workshop available via video on demand

$105.00

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Understanding the Spectrum of Gender Expression(3 CE Hours)Presenter:Don Dyson, Ph.D.

3 CE Hours

Presented by: Brent Satterly, Ph.D. & Don Dyson, Ph.D.

Recorded workshop available via video on demand

$105.00

Description

Description:

This workshop includes 6 modules that address and explain the Organizing Constructs: Biological Sex, Gender Identity, & Gender Expression;

Psychosocial Challenges & Strengths for Transgender and Non-Binary Clients; Cultural Implications: Cultural Humility and Competency in Clinical Care with Transgender & Non-Binary Gender People; and Assessment & Implications of Transgender & Non-Binary Gender Identities. Case examples will be used.

Learning Objectives:

At the conclusion of this course/event, participants will be able to…

  1. Describe the differences between biological sex, gender identity, & gender expression;
  2. Compare the differences of varied gender identities;
  3. Analyze the psychosocial challenges and strengths of transgender persons and non-binary gender identities;
  4. Demonstrate agency in assessment of gender identities based in social and cultural contexts.

Activity schedule

Modules Time Allotted in Session Total Time in Session Topics
Module 1 10 min. 10 min. Opening/Introductions/Expectations/Group Contract

Introductory Video

Module 2

 

 

30 min. 40 min. Organizing Constructs: Biological Sex, Gender Identity, & Gender Expression

Method: Lecture, Video, and PowerPoint

Part 1: Human Sexuality is Complicated Video & Journaling (4:00 Minutes)

Part 2: Organizing Constructs PowerPoint Video (13:00 Minutes)

Module 3 50 min. 90 min. Psychosocial Challenges & Strengths for Transgender and Non-Binary Clients

Method: Psychosocial Issues PowerPoint

Part 1: Transgender Psychosocial Issues PowerPoint Video (15:00 Minutes)

Part 2: Transgender Folks in Mid & Later Life Videos & Journaling (Timing Varies)

Module 4 60 min. 150 min.  Cultural Implications: Cultural Humility and Competency in Clinical Care with Transgender & Non-Binary Gender People

Method: PowerPoint & Web Quest

Part 1: Cultural Humility PowerPoint Videos 1, 2, & 3 (35:00 Minutes)

Part 2: Cultural Humility Video & Journaling (12:00 Minutes)

Part 3: Cultural Awareness Worksheets (Cultural Identity Worksheet & Cultural Awareness Self-Assessment)

Part 4: Cultural Implications Video (5:00 Minutes)

Part 5: Getting Called Out Video & Journaling (8:00 Minutes)

Module 5 30 min.  180 min. Assessment & Implications of Transgender & Non-Binary Gender Identities

Method: Case Examples

Part 1: Transgender Affirmative Therapy PowerPoint Video (15:00 Minutes)

Part 2: Case Example A – Mickey & Journaling (10:00 Minutes)

Part 2: Case Example B – Penel & Journaling (8:00 Minutes)

Module 6 10 min. 190 min. Part 1: Transgender Quiz

 

Speaker Bios:

Dr. Brent Satterly is an Associate Professor and the Director of the BSW Program in Widener University’s Center for Social Work Education.  He received his Masters of Social Service from Bryn Mawr College and a Doctorate in Human Sexuality Education from the University of Pennsylvania.  With over 20 years clinical experience, Dr. Satterly is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Pennsylvania and a Certified Sexuality Educator and Certified Sex Therapist through the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT).  His areas of expertise include clinical work with Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) populations, GLBT professional identity management, human sexuality and social work pedagogies, and HIV/AIDS.  He is well-published and is a member of good standing in AASECT, the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), and the Association of Baccalaureate Program Directors in Social Work (BPD).

Don Dyson has an undergraduate degree in communications and studied clinical social work at Bryn Mawr. There, he discovered the real need in human services to address issues in human sexuality. He then completed his doctoral degree in human sexuality at the University of Pennsylvania. While both working and studying full time, he developed a career in sexuality education that included AIDS Delaware, Planned Parenthood, Wesley House, CAI, Inc., and the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. From that experience, I moved to the academic world where he could pursue his passion: the training of sexuality professionals.