Allying for LGBTQ Equity in Educational and Clinical Settings
Date: February 1 9:00am - 3:00pm Location: South Chapel
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What is the current landscape of local and national LGBTQ policy and research in education and counseling? How do LGBTQ educators, counselors, and therapists navigate coming out in their workplace?
What does it look like to teach or provide therapy in ways that counter homophobia, heterosexism, and transphobia, and how do you deal with pushback when advocating for LGBTQ rights and inclusion in schools and clinical settings?
Join together with a group of faculty, community agencies, educators, counselors, and therapists to discuss these questions and gather resources to facilitate coalition-building in your organization.
Workshop Details & Registration
Date: Saturday, February 1, 2014
Time: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Facilitators: Se-ah-dom Edmo, Mollie Galloway, Ph.D., Amy Rees-Turyn, Ph.D., Molly Franks, M.P.H, John Lenssen
Cost: $45, includes 6 CEUs or PDUs.
NOTE: A working lunch is planned. Participants may elect to purchase a boxed lunch for $10.
Core units: 1
If you are a current Lewis & Clark graduate student and would like to attend this workshop to meet your Core Program requirements, please register through WebAdvisor.
About the Presenters
Se-ah-dom Edmo coordinates the Indigenous Ways of Knowing Program at Lewis & Clark. Her recent publications and work are centered around action research and engagement that benefits and builds capacity for Tribes and communities she works with and include the Tribal Equity Toolkit: Tribal Resolutions and Codes to Support Two Spirit and LGBT Justice in Indian Country (November 2012) the first of its kind, providing sample legal language for adapting tribal codes to recognize the rights of all tribal citizens. She was instrumental in Oregon’s successful ban of race-based Native American sports names in K-12 schools as well as the campaign to win the Freedom to Marry in Washington State.
Mollie Galloway, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of educational leadership at Lewis & Clark. Before moving to Portland, she was a Research Associate for the John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities at Stanford University and Director of Research for SOS: Stressed-Out Students (now Challenge Success), a Stanford University intervention designed to improve adolescent health, engagement, and academic integrity.
Amy Rees-Turyn, Ph.D. is an associate professor of counseling psychology and co-director of the Professional Mental Health Counseling program at Lewis & Clark. Her research and teaching interests include LGBTQ issues, feminist therapies, and counselor supervision.
Molly Franks, M.P.H. has worked with young people and adults to promote healthy sexuality for more than 16 years, including 5 years coordinating a program for LGBTQ youth in Washington County. She has been on the boards of the Oregon Safe Schools and Communities Coalition, the Q Center, and Poder Latino, and was the lead author of the Oregon Youth Sexual Health plan. She currently does sexual health promotion work for the Multnomah County Health Department.
John Lenssen is a consultant working with governmental agencies and school districts on issues of cultural competency and leadership. As a consultant he provides training, training of trainers, organizational assess- ment, coaching, and mediation services. He addresses a broad range of diversity issues in education, health, social services and customer service. John is currently an adjunct faculty member at the University of Oregon and Lewis & Clark College.
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