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2020 Gender Odyssey

June 18–21, 2020

San Diego, CA

Our conference schedule is in development and is subject to change. Additional sessions will be added.  Occasionally, a presenter has to cancel or a session needs to move from its scheduled day and time.  Please review as the conference dates near for any changes that may have occurred. 

Trauma Recovery for Trans* and Non-Binary People of Color

Friday, June 19, 2020 at 11:10 AM–12:30 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
2 - Salon C
Workshop Description

The cumulative effects of walking through the world as trans* or non-binary, when coupled with the reality of structural and interpersonal racism, can take a heavy toll on trans* and non-binary people of color. Currently, there are few models that offer strategies for coping with these intersecting identities. This workshop, led by a trauma psychologist who identifies as a trans-masculine, non-binary Pilipinx person, will focus on ways of thinking about multiple forms of trauma, strategies for recovery, and a self-care model for queer and trans* people of color (Miller & Estrellado, 2019). The workshop may be of particular interest to trans* and non-binary people of color, as well as to service providers and family members of trans* and non-binary people of color.

Workshop Presenter's Names

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Estrellado
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PhD

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all pronouns

Presenter Bio

Jan E. Estrellado, PhD is Assistant Professor at Alliant International University, San Diego. Dr. Estrellado is a licensed clinical psychologist whose research focuses on the intersections of race, ethnicity, and trauma in therapy settings. She is specifically interested in examining clinicians’ competencies treating people of color who are also trauma survivors. Dr. Estrellado’s clinical work focuses broadly on issues related multiculturalism and social justice, and specifically to sexual orientation, gender identity, race and ethnicity, as well as with anxiety disorders, depression, trauma recovery, and severe mental illness. She was a Leadership Fellow with the Asian American Psychological Association and is also a consultant to the Avellaka Program, a federally funded anti-violence program serving the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians. Dr. Estrellado identifies as a trans-masculine, non-binary, Pilipinx person and responds to all gender pronouns.

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