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    Creating Safe Spaces: Transgender and Gender Nonbinary Folx


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    Creating Safe Spaces: Transgender and Gender Nonbinary Folx

    This virtual two part training is interactive, including breakout sessions. Up to 3 CE hours--see board information below.

    Part 1: 03/24/23 12:00pm-1:30pm EST (1.5 CE hours)

    First, we will explore the differences between biological sex, gender identity, and gender expression. Then, we will participate in an activity to increase counselor self-awareness. Next, we will discuss mental health for the transgender/ gender nonbinary community. Finally, we will explore actionable steps you can take to support transgender/ gender nonbinary clients.

    Part 2: 04/21/23 12:00pm-1:30pm EST (1.5 CE hours)

    First, we will check-in on successes and areas to improve regarding actionable steps you have taken from part 1. Then, we will discuss counseling interventions for the transgender/ gender nonbinary community. Finally, we will have open time for questions and answers.

    Cost: 

    • $100 for certified and licensed professionals
    • $50 for certified peer support specialists
    • Free for students

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    A short questionnaire and payment required at time of registration.

    Continuing Education Information

    Creating Safe Spaces: Transgender/Gender Nonbinary Folx has been approved by NBCC for NBCC credit. C&C Resourcing, Inc. is solely responsible for all aspects of the program. NBCC Approval No. SP-4142.

    Creating Safe Spaces: Transgender and Gender Nonbinary Folx has been approved by NCASPPB for Up to 3 hours GSB (EBT) credit. Sessions approved for NCASPPB credit are clearly identified. C&C Resourcing, Inc. is solely responsible for all aspects of the program. NCASPPB Approval No. 23-193-G.

    Currently, the NCSWCLB considers live/synchronous webinars in which participants and instructor may engage in live interactive dialogue that benefits all practitioners as equivalent to an attended training. A certificate of attendance will be provided. Verification of live interaction can be provided if requested.

    Creating Safe Spaces: Transgender and Gender Nonbinary Folx falls under the North Carolina Psychology Board's Category B Continuing Education for the following categories: (A) training in empirically supported assessment or treatment;  (F) training in best practice standards and guidelines.

    If you have questions or suggestions of other CE opportunities, please reach out!


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