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Abstract Black Transgender women (BTW) are subjected to race and gender-based societal oppression, which makes them vulnerable to experience violence. The purpose of this study was to examine experiences of violence among BTW by centering their narratives. Ten participants from Los Angeles...
Abstract Increasing visibility of transgender, nonbinary, and gender expansive (TNBGE) people in the United States and in higher education has coincided with a call for more affirming and appropriate mental health services. Group therapy has been connected to positive outcomes for college...
Abstract Transgender and Gender Expansive (TGE) individuals with multiple marginalized identities are at increased risk of minority stress and trauma because of intersecting systems of oppression, such as transphobia and racism. There is limited evidence-based guidance for TGE individuals...
Abstract Although most clinicians believe that discussing sexuality is important clinically, most clinicians do not initiate these discussions. Further, for therapists working with transgender, nonbinary, and gender expansive (TNBGE) clients, discussing sexuality may feel challenging when...
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