VIDEO: What Therapists Need to Know About Working with LGBTQ+ Clients
How We Think About Gender and Sexuality is Changing at "Warp Speed"
Most trainings on sex and gender diversity, even though they advertise as LGBTQ, are mainly about working with gay and lesbian clients. Yet the queer community includes not only B and T people, but those who identify as nonbinary, asexual, kinky, polyamorous, and more.
Today’s LGBT+ community has exploded in size, and therapists working in progressive, urban communities will likely see clients whose approach to sex, gender, and relationships diverges from the mainstream. According to sex therapist and author Margie Nichols, clinicians need to be adaptable.
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What Therapists Need to Know About Working with LGBTQ+ Clients