Case studies in clinical practice with trans and gender non-binary clients : a handbook for working with children, adolescents, and adults / lore m. dickey, PhD, ABPP ; foreword by Marsha Botzer.Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2021Description: 208 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781787751934Other title: Case studies : work with trans peopleSubject(s): Transgender Persons -- psychology | Social Work -- methods | Community Mental Health Services -- methods | Health Services for Transgender Persons | Gender Identity | United StatesGenre/Form: Case ReportsDDC classification: 616.8900867 DIC 2022 LOC classification: RC451.4.G39 | D53 2021
Includes bibliographical references (pages 184-195) and indexes.
Early childhood -- Time to go to school -- Co-occurring concerns in childhood : understanding autism -- Mixed parental support -- Puberty, or, "Why Is my body -- Co-occurring concerns in adolescence : cutting and suicidality -- Nonbinary identities -- Bullying -- Youth and social media -- Sexuality exploration -- Workplace issues -- Becoming a trans parent -- Intersecting identities -- Military members and veterans -- Coming out to your children -- Religious values and trans identities -- Working with transgender partners -- Institutions -- Advocating for medical needs.
"Exploring clinical examples of the lived experiences of trans people across the lifespan, this unique and authoritative book addresses topics such as attending school, puberty, employment issues, suicide, bullying, autism and intersecting identities. Divided into three sections, childhood, adolescence, and adulthood, the book brings the case studies to life and dispels common myths by including short responses from leading professional experts. By enabling a greater knowledge of work with trans people and therefore filling an important gap in available literature, Case Studies in Clinical Practice with Trans and Gender Non-Binary Clients allows mental health providers to understand the nuanced differences of handling clinical concerns for their trans clients"--