Suicide Prevention & Treatment of Trans, Intersex & Other Sex and/or Gender Diverse Patients: An Introduction
FREE ONLINE WEBINAR FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS: (Psychiatrists, GPs, Naturopaths, Nurses, Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Counsellors, Sex Therapists, Hypnotherapists, Social Workers, Healthcare Managers )
Wednesday, 22 June @ 7PM AEST Sydney, Australia time (90 minutes)
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:
Why these groups are at extremely high risk of suicide
How to spot potential suicidal clients well in advance
What treatments you can apply for FAST recovery from suicidal thoughts and actions
1.5 HOURS OF CPD
About Dr Tracie O'Keefe DCH
Tracieis a clinical psychotherapist, hypnotherapist and sexologist in Sydney, Australia. She is a PACFA-registered mental health professional and a member of the PACFA College of Psychotherapy.
An intersex and trans woman, Tracie was born hypogonadal with a mild insensitivity to androgens but was classified as transsexual. She was forced to live for the first 15 years of her life as male against her will and then began transitioning to living as female at 15 years old. For decades she has been one of the leading lights in the field of sex and gender diversity.
Tracie has worked in the sex and/or gender diverse community since being at college in 1970. She was in the voluntary sector and then in private practice since 1994 at the London Medical Centre in the UK before launching her Sydney clinic in 2001. In clinical practice, she has seen more than 3000 patients from sex and/or gender diverse groups as well as encountering thousands more in the community.
Tracie's books in this field include Trans-X-U-All: The Naked Difference, Sex and Gender Diversity: 21st Century Transformations, Trans People in Love and Finding the Real Me: True Tales of Sex and Gender Diversity and her latest Suicide in Intersex, Trans & Other Sex and/or Gender Diverse Groups: A Health Professional's Guide.
Based on the methodology in Tracie's new book.
"A wonderful, outstanding, and comprehensive guide." - Matty Silver, President, Australian Society of Sex Educators, Researchers and Therapists NSW
"A must for any healthcare provider." - Rosalyne Blumenstein MA (Medical Social Worker, USA)
"A wonderful source of information and guidance that will prove invaluable for all health professionals when treating people who identify as a person from a sex and/or gender diverse group." - Tara Maher, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Primary Care, West Sussex, UK
"A much-needed publication." - Alice Purnell OBE, BSc, PGDC, RGN, Nursing Psychologist (UK)