Resources

Australian:

National LGBTI Health Alliance. (2014). Working therapeutically with LGBTI clients: A practice wisdom resource.

Orygen Youth Health. Beyond awkward: Talking with young people with mental health issues about their sexuality, gender identity, sexual safety, sexual activity. A resource for clinicians.

QLife. (2016). Gender diversity: A QLife guide for health professionals.

Turner, L. (2013). Guidelines for establishing same sex attracted, trans* and gender diverse youth groups in Victoria: A better practice guide. Rainbow Network.

 

International:

Canadian Association for Social Work Education, & Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2015). Joint statement on the affirmation of gender diverse children and youth.

Deutsch, M. B. (Ed.). (2016). Guidelines for the primary and gender-affirming care of transgender and gender nonbinary people. (Second edition.) USCF Center of Excellence for Transgender Health. (PDF version)

GIRES. Caring for gender non-conforming young people online training modules.

Mallon, G.P., &  Serdjenian, T. (2009). Practice tips: Working with transgender children/youth and their families. Based on Social Work Practice with Transgender and Gender Variant Youth, 2nd Edition.

Meier, C., & Harris, J. (n.d.). Fact sheet: Gender diversity and transgender identity in children. Society for the Psychological Study of LGBT Issues and American Psychological Association.

Mizock, L., Mougianis, E., & Meier, C. (n.d.). Fact sheet: Gender diversity and transgender identity in adolescents. Society for the Psychological Study of LGBT Issues and American Psychological Association.

National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). (2014). Position statement: Safe schools for transgender and gender diverse students. Bethesda, MD.

Olson-Kennedy, J., Rosenthal, S. M., Hastings, J., & Wesp, L. (2016). Health considerations for gender non-conforming children and transgender adolescents. In M. B. Deutsch (Ed.), Guidelines for the primary and gender-affirming care of transgender and gender nonbinary people. (Second edition.) USCF Center of Excellence for Transgender Health.

Royal College of Nursing, & Public Health England. (2015). Preventing suicide among trans young people: A toolkit for nurses. London: Royal College of Nursing and Public Health England.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). (2014). A practitioner’s resource guide: Helping families to support their LGBT children. Rockville, MD: SAMHSA.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). (2015). Ending conversion therapy: Supporting and affirming LGBTQ youth. Rockville, MD: SAMHSA.

Wells, K., & Tsutsumi, L.M. (2005). Creating safe, caring and inclusive schools for LGBTQ students: A guide for counsellors. Alberta, Canada: The Society for Safe and Caring Schools and Communities.

Wilber, S., Ryan, C., & Marksamer, J. (2006). CWLA best practice guidelines: Serving LGBT youth in out-of-home care. Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America.