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This interactive, research-based training provides extensive information and tools to support LGBTQ2SIA+ youth with appropriate and informed services. Participants will: become familiar with language and the diversity of LGBTQ2SIA+ identities; become familiar with LGBTQ2SIA+ Best Practices and how to incorporate them into any setting; understand intersectional identities; acquire simple tools and tips that can be easily implemented within 30 days.

This summit has been divided into six 2-hour sessions: 

April 24th 4:30 to 6:30 pm

Language Guidance When Serving LGBTQ2SIA+ Youth

April 25th 4:30 to 6:30 pm

LGBTQ2SIA+ Rejecting and Accepting Behaviors: Unpacking the Research

April 27th 9 to 11 am

LGBTQ2SIA+ Best Practices

May 15th 4:30 to 6:30 pm

Understanding Microaggressions

May 22nd 4:30 to 6:30 pm

Social Identities and the Cycles of Socialization and Liberation

May 23rd 4:30 to 6:30 pm

Supporting Gender Expansive Students

Session 1

  • This session provides a fun way to better understand the most recent language used in LGBTQ2SIA+ communities. We will provide language guidance related to sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression (SOGIE). Participants will also be introduced to LGBTQ2SIA+ Best Practices with a focus on personal pronouns, inclusive language, and how to repair the relationship when a mistake is made.

  • Session 2

  • This workshop is designed around the Family Acceptance Project’s research, with a purpose of saving lives. We will review the research-based tool and understand how these rejecting and accepting behaviors impact risk and wellbeing. Participants will have strategies on how to be more approachable, understanding, more informed and less fearful. 

  • Session 3

  • This session is designed to identify concrete steps and actions you might take immediately, and in the long run, to ensure the care you provide is safe, affirming, and culturally competent. Participants will review the best practices prior to attending the session. 

  • Session 4

  • This session highlights what microaggressions look like, who tends to experience microaggressions and why they are harmful. It also provides practical tips and guidance on how to respond to microaggressions in a way that ensures learning and maintains relationships.

  • Session 5

  • This session provides participants with an opportunity to think about their social identities and how they fit within the frameworks of The Cycle of Socialization and its cousin, The Cycle of Liberation. These frameworks help us understand how we learn and unlearn bias and oppression.

  • Session 6

  • Become familiar with basic concepts of gender. Become familiar with diversity of transgender youth identities and communities. Understand strategies and tools for creating gender-inclusive environments specifically related to Oregon Department of Education’s Guidance for Schools (Jan 2023).

  • $575.00 All Sessions Bundle

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