June 2020 marks the 51st anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, which sparked the gay rights movement in the United States. In recognition and celebration of Pride Month, the Community Technical Assistance Centers of New York (CTAC), which is directed by the NYU McSilver Institute and funded by the New York State Office of Mental Health, compiled the following list of resources from its training archives to help social service providers better affirm identity and support mental health in their work with LGBTQIA populations. Free registration is required to view them.
- Working with LGBTQ Youth in a Mental Health Setting (Webinar)
- What about the “Q” in LGBTQ: Culturally Competent Social Services for Queer Communities (Webinar)
- ¿Qué pasa con el “Q” en LGBTQ? Servicios Sociales Culturalmente Competentes para Comunidades “Queer” (Webinar)
- Introduction to “Transgender 101”: Basic Concepts for Working with the Transgender Population (Webinar)
- Introducción a “Transgenero 101”: Conceptos Básicos para el Trabajo con la Población Transgenero (Webinar)
- The Importance of Identity Affirming Care (Webinar)
- Mental Health Issues in LGB Populations: Minority Stress, the Coming Out Process, and LGB-Sensitive Therapy (Webinar)
- Cultivating Inclusive DBT Treatment for Sexual Minority and Gender Expansive Youth and Their Families (Webinar)
- Transgender Youth and Mental Health (Webinar)
- Transgender Youth: How Family Involvement Affects Mental Health (Webinar)
Learn more about CTAC NY.
Other specialized resources are also available from NYU McSilver Institute, including pages featuring Resources for Coping With and Addressing Racial Oppression and COVID-19 Resources.