The Mormon Mental Health Association

Supporting Mental Health Within the Mormon Community

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Counseling Competencies when Working with Transgender Patients by Dr. Hollie Hancock, PhD


Due to poor audio quality and lack of powerpoint/handouts - these audio recordings are being offered at a minimal cost.

Many health care and mental health care providers are eager to provide a safe, welcoming treatment environment for members of the Transgender community. However, these providers have not had the opportunity to access information or training regarding serving this highly marginalized population. This workshop will cover introductory information related to improving services for members of the Transgender community, provide a brief overview of WPATH standards, and tips for working in concert with other health care providers to create a consistent level of care for mutual patients.

Dr. Hollie Hancock is the Clinical Director and a psychotherapist at Iron Mountain Counseling. Hollie holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah in Women’s Studies (now Gender Studies), a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix, and a Doctorate degree in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University. As a psychotherapist, Hollie is an LDS LGBT affirming therapist, trained and specializing in helping those experiencing sexual, religious and social conflicts.

We will send you a link to the recording when we get notice of your payment.

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