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School of Social Work

Gender Variance

Understanding Gender Variance and Expanding Competency in the Field and Classroom

Friday, April 4, 2014 

9:00am to 12:00pm

 Presenter: Michael Dentato, PhD

Beane Hall ~ Lewis Towers, 13th floor ( 111 E. Pearson, Chicago)

3.0 CEUs (Meets new licensing requirement for Cultural competency)

Understanding the breadth and depth of topics related to gender variance is always relevant with regard to developing competency among this diverse community. 

Examining the unique impact of life span issues; differences surrounding coming out and disclosure processes; implications for practitioners in the field working with the gender variant community; as well as the vital role of field educators and practitioners working with gender variant social work students in placements and colleagues alike.

This continuing education event will examine such topics via lecture, group discussion and case scenarios to best assist those in the field with developing competency regarding gender variance. 

 

Objectives:

Fees:

General admission: $60
Agency (fee per rep and up to 3 representatives may attend per agency) and Alumni: $40
Adjunct faculty, Field Instructors, Non-Loyola and Students seeking CEUs: $30
Loyola Students (w/ ID) not seeking CEUs: $10

 

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