Being an LGBT and Religion-Affirming Therapist: Avoiding the False Dichotomy by Dr. Ken Roach, Ed.D., LCMHC
Due to poor audio quality and lack of powerpoint/handouts - these audio recordings are being offered at a minimal cost.
This session will explore some of the attitudes and skills involved in being an LGBTQ-affirmative therapist, ways to affirm the different dimensions of client identities and how to avoid the pitfalls of false dichotomies for ourselves and our clients.
For 15 years, Ken worked as a therapist for Salt Lake County Youth Services, where he provided in-home family therapy for court-involved and SED adolescents. For 13 years, Ken was a victim advocate for the Rape Recovery Center; he continues to assist the Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault (UCASA) in providing state-mandated victim advocate trainings. Ken served on the Board of the Utah Pride Center (2007-2010) and currently serves on the Board of the LGBTQ Affirmative Psychotherapist Guild of Utah. Ken is currently the Clinic Director at the University of Phoenix.
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