Professional Development

TransActive professional development training assists those in education, healthcare, social services and other disciplines in their goal of establishing safe, supportive and empowering environments in which gender expansive children, youth and their peers can thrive.

We deliver solution-centered, evidence-based programming and instruction designed to help your organization or business develop the skills and knowledge necessary to better understand, support, and identify with fellow coworkers, community members, and those you serve. We offer training both in-person and virtually, providing a workshop experience that is engaging, inclusive, challenging, and tailored to your needs.

TransActive training examines the social, cultural, health/healthcare, and legal challenges that face those who are transgender, gender expansive, queer and non-binary, while addressing existing myths and misinformation and the rise of anti-trans hate. 

Gender Diversity Training Offerings

Whether choosing a 90-minute introductory workshop or a half/full day in-service training, TransActive can help put you and your team ahead of the curve in providing safe and respectful environments for every child, youth and adult in your professional or social community.

Trainings for Youth Serving Organizations and Institutions

For those who work with and serve gender expansive and transgender youth

Trainings for Workforce Development

Opportunities developed for human resources, supervisors, staff and administrators

For information regarding custom training or a customization of the below modules, please contact us at transactive@lclark.edu.

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Recent Training Partners Include:

Columbia Regional Educator Network  •  Morrison Family and Child Services
Oregon Air National Guard  •  Oregon Museum of Science and Industry  •  Oregon Department of Child Welfare  •  Oregon Health & Science University  •  Portland Public Schools  •  Randall Children’s Hospital  •  TriMet  •  
United States Department of State   •  United Way of the Columbia-Willamette