Intersex

Intersex

Asking the right questions, 2 : talking about sexual orientation and gender identity in mental health, counselling and addiction

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English
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Paper
Online
Author: 
Angela M Barbara
Farzana Doctor
Gloria Chaim
Publisher: 
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Publication Date: 
2004
Publication Place: 
Toronto, ON

Presents a manual to help therapists/counsellors create an environment where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, transsexual, two-spirit, intersex, and queer (LGBTTTIQ) clients feel comfortable identifying themselves as such.

ISBN/ISSN: 
ISBN 088868469X
Notes: 
Includes bibliographical references.

Survivor Project

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Organization Type: 
NGO - Non Government Organization
Service Language: 
English
Services Provided: 
Community education/development
Advocacy

Works to address the needs of intersex and trans survivors of domestic and sexual violence through caring action, education and expanding access to resources and to opportunities for action. Provides presentations, workshops, consultation, materials, information and referrals to anti-violence organizations and universities across the United States, as well as gathered information about issues faced by intersex and trans survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

Primary Telephone: 
503-288-3191
Email Address: 
info@survivorproject.org

Trans and intersex survivors of domestic violence: defining terms, barriers, and responsibilities

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English
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Online
Author: 
Diane Courvant
Loree Cook-Daniels
Publisher: 
Survivor Project
Publication Date: 
2000-2003

Examines barriers faced by intersex and transgendered victims of intimate partner violence. Arugues that organizations helping survivors of domestic violence must include trans and intersex survivors as a part of that mission.

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Guide to intersex and trans terminologies

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English
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Online
Author: 
Emi Koyama
Publisher: 
Survivor Project
Publication Date: 
2000-2003

Defines terminologies used to describe intersex and trans existence.

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Why serve trans or intersex survivors?

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English
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Online
Author: 
Diane Courvant
Publisher: 
Survivor Project
Publication Date: 
2000-2003

Examines the reasons why women's violence organizations should serve trans or intersex survivors of domestic violence.

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Intersex Society of North America

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NGO - Non Government Organization
Service Language: 
English
Services Provided: 
Information provision and referral
Community education/development
Advocacy

Forms a public awareness, education, and advocacy organization which works to create a world free of shame, secrecy, and unwanted surgery for intersex people (individuals born with anatomy or physiology which differs from cultural ideals of male and female). Web site includes access to the agency's newsletter, FAQs, library, and more.

Primary Telephone: 
(206) 633-6077
Secondary Telephone: 
http://www.isna.org/
Email Address: 
(206) 633-6049
Street Address: 
4500 9th Ave. NE, Suite 300
City: 
Seattle
Postal/ZIP Code: 
98105
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Multiple Email found: "(206) 633-6049 and info@isna.org"

Creating a safe clinical environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) patients

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English
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Online
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Gay & Lesbian Medical Association
Publisher: 
Gay & Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA)
Publication Date: 
2003
Publication Place: 
San Francisco, CA

Provides health care providers with ways to make their practice or clinic more welcoming and safe for their lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex patients. Includes ideas to update the physical environment in their clinic, add or change intake and health history form questions, improve provider-patient interviews, and increase staff's knowledge about and sensitivity to their LGBTI patients.

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ISBN/ISSN: 
GLBT.C74 2003
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