Training Videos on Gender and Sexual Minority Issues
APAGS, through its Committee on LGBT Concerns, produces short training videos on topics that frequently arise for graduate students related to LGBT topics. These videos, generally less than 10 minutes each, offer evidence-based tips and peer-to-peer suggestions for dealing with difficult subjects and increasing one's cultural competency related to gender and sexual minority concerns. APAGS encourages open sharing and use of these videos in order to support the professional development of LGBT graduate students and allies.
Featured Talks on Gender and Sexual Minority Issues
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These training videos and webinars were produced beginning in February 2013 by the APAGS Committee on LGBT Concerns. Each video is generally 10-15 minutes in length.
"Navigating Self-Disclosure of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity with Clients" (PDF, 69KB)
This video provides background on the significance of sexual orientation and gender identity disclosures within the therapeutic setting, outlines the issues to consider when psychology students and trainees are contemplating disclosing sexual orientation and gender identity to clients, and guides further exploration of this issue.
"Research with Transgender Communities" (PDF, 70KB)
This video provides an overview of issues to consider when conducting research with transgender communities, particularly related to participant recruitment and sampling. It also poses questions to promote dialogue and critical thinking on this topic among psychology students and psychology training programs.