In this week’s edition of the Ask a Gender Therapist Video Q&A Series I answer the question: “How Do I Find a Gender Therapist?” The transcript is below, if you’re more of a reader than a watcher. Note: I created an updated version of this video in 2017, which you can watch here. […]
I finally took the plunge and created my first “Ask a Gender Therapist” YouTube video! Eventually it’ll have music, titling, and more editing. But for now, it’s actually not bad for being so “rough.” Check out the video and let me know what you think. The transcript is right below it, if you’re more of […]
As a member of both the human race and the mental health field I believe we are all striving to achieve what Carl Jung calls individuation. In today’s day and age you’ve probably heard it called “becoming who you are,” “being one’s authentic self,” “finding one’s true self,” and so forth. Until you are consciously […]
A few months ago I posted on my Facebook page that I submitting a proposal for a workshop to be given at the Gender Identity Center’s annual Colorado Gold Rush Conference. Before I did so I wanted to know what everyone thought of my idea. Nothing could prepare me for the flood of excitement, positive […]
A Note to the Reader: Matt Kailey, the subject of this post, sadly passed away unexpectedly in May 2014. You can read my tribute to him here. Matt Kailey’s “Tranifesto” blog is one of the largest transgender education resources I have come across on the internet. First I’ll let him tell you about himself… From […]
When deciding what to blog about today I asked myself, “What is it that most people ask me when they find out I’m a gender therapist?” Although the questions tend to be many and far-reaching, the one that comes up the most seems to be: “So how does someone know if they are transgender?” The […]
I just heard about a publication called The Gender Book that I am very excited to introduce you to. The book is still in it’s rough draft, but that’s being done on purpose by the creators of The Gender Book (Robin Mack, Jay Mays, Mel Reiff Hill, and Boston Bostian). They’ve been sharing the book […]
I am going to do two things at once in this post (I know, talented!). Introduce you to a thoroughly entertaining and informative transgender podcast. Share with you an interview I recently gave on that podcast.