Matthew D. Skinta, PhD, ABPP, peer-reviewed ACT trainer and certified FAP trainer, will be sharing reflections and presenting on his new book Mindfulness and Acceptance for Gender and Sexual Minorities: A Clinician's Guide to Fostering Compassion, Connection, and Equality Using Contextual Strategies. The GSM hexaflex incorporates the latest findings in minority stress and resiliency into the standard hexaflex.
An overview will be given of how this might affect case conceptualization, with time for consultation, case discussion, and exploration.
Dr. Matthew Skinta
Matthew is also chairing a conference, Evidence-Based Advances for Work with Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, March 9-10, 2017.
This conference will bring together leaders in research on clinical work with transgender/gender creative clients, sexual orientation, and fostering a compassionate society.
Invited guests include: Kelly Wilson, Kimberly Balsam, Aisling Curtin, Tony Biglan, John Pachankis, lore m. dickey, and more.
For details, see www.sogdconference.com.
Proposals for posters, symposia, and panels are still open until November 30, 2016.