Chapter Meeting: UNIQUE ETHICAL CHALLENGES IN PROVIDING SERVICES TO LGBTQIA+ PERSONS
June 16 @ 3:45 pm - 6:00 pm
Educational Goals: In this workshop we will understand how the recognition of multiple identities, intersectionality, a spectrum of gender, and cultural backlash have intensified the assessment and evaluation of individual differences. We will apply this critically important understanding to provide more effective psychotherapy with these populations. We will see how such differences have raised new ethical issues not previously considered or believed rare. We will see how emerging knowledge, the need for new skills, and the demands upon us to reimagine the impact of transference and counter-transference require continued learning and personal development. This workshop will bring into focus this dialog about the work of psychotherapy and our ethical values and principles.
- Identify two relevant ethical issues related to LGBTQIA+ populations.
- Identify three skills needed for working with these populations.
- Recognize two counter-transference issues related to LGBTQIA+ populations.
Presenter: Erica E. Anderson, Ph.D., (#28349) is a clinical psychologist with more than 30 years of experience as a licensed psychologist in three states. She is a member of the World Professional Association of Transgender Health, and has had academic appointments at The University of Minnesota and Thomas Jefferson University’s School of Population Studies. She has published articles and book chapters on a variety of clinical and management topics and serves on a task force for the World Health Organization in the development of criteria for the International Classification of diseases. She also serves as a reviewer for several professional journals, and conducts a part time private practice as a clinical psychologist in Oakland.
3:45- 4pm Registration
- Discussion of relevant ethical issues related to LGBTQIA+ populations
- Identifying and understanding new skills needed for working with these populations
- Looking at and understanding counter-transference issues related to LGBTQIA+ populations
CEs offered: 2 CEs for $10, general admission is free.
SF CAMFT is a CAMFT approved CEU provider (#62283). The above course meets the qualifications for two hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and/or LEPs, as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. If you are interested in obtaining CEUs, you may do so by paying $10 (cash or check) at the beginning of the workshop. To qualify for CE credit, you must arrive on time, sign in at the CE table, stay until the end of the program, sign out at the CE table, turn in the evaluation and pick up your certificate.
SFCAMFT is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs of any level of experience, in private practice, non-profit and hospital settings. SFCAMFT maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.
Contact: For any questions, concerns, special needs accommodations or grievances related to programming, please contact the Programming Chair, Rose Dito at (650) 692 – 4118.
NOTE DIFFERENT LOCATION: The Jewish Community Center is located at 3200 California Street between Presidio Avenue and Walnut Street. The June 16th presentation will be in conference room 205.