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Take care of YOU!

Take care of YOU!

It is so very important that we all take care of ourselves.  No one else is going to do it.  When we don’t, we ultimately run ourselves into the ground.  This is a healthy reminder that seems to return over and over around the holiday season.  It is especially needed for women, but truly it… Continue Reading

Gender & Healthcare: Part IV

Gender & Healthcare: Part IV

Microaggressions & Culturally Competent Healthcare As healthcare providers for transgender, gender non-conforming or gender non-binary people, it is extremely important to continue learning about the population you treat because terminology and other things are changing constantly.  It isn’t necessary to be perfect or never make mistakes, but it is important to be understanding of the… Continue Reading

Gender & Healthcare: Part III

Gender & Healthcare: Part III

Terminology In the area of gender and healthcare, please know that terminology is changing daily and there is no way to be up on all the latest terms all the time.  You can only do the best you can to attempt to stay connected to the community and respond to terminology changes and additions long the… Continue Reading

Gender & Healthcare: Part II

Gender & Healthcare: Part II

As a healthcare provider, I notice where we drop the ball and don’t provide the best healthcare to many people. I also recognize several areas where we can make pretty simple changes for a large impact the transgender, gender non-binary (GNB) and gender non-conforming (GNC) population. Continue Reading

Gender & Healthcare: Part I

Gender & Healthcare: Part I

This is the first in a series of blog posts that will cover several ways in which healthcare workers can help make the healthcare experience more comfortable, safer, and accessible for transgender, gender non-conforming, and non-binary individuals. Continue Reading

Courage over Comfort

Courage over Comfort

Kimberly Atwood is a gender-affirming therapist with experience and passion on this topic. She would like to help other healthcare workers become more aware of their own biases; how they may hurt without meaning to; while also giving them tools to help gender nonconforming people feel more safe, comfortable and welcome. Continue Reading