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Alliance Health Project: Growing Beyond Disparity An LGBTQ Mental Health Symposium
A Day-Long Exploration of LGBTQ Mental Health Disparities and Solutions with Leading Researchers in this Expanding Field
Saturday, August 2, 2014*8:30 am to 4:00 pm
UCSF Mission Bay Campus, Genentech Hall
600 16th Street, San Francisco, CA
Coffee and Bagels at 8:30 am, Program begins at 9:00 am *
Lunch included * Admission is free *
Featured Presenters and Topics
Population Health Perspective on Sexual Orientation, Mental Health, and Substance Use
Being Gay is Just One Part of the Story: The Role of Multiple Identities
From Psychological Deviance to Gay-Affirming Therapy Development to a Broader Investigation of Needs
Is Sexual Minority Stress Theory the Answer?
Comparing LGBT and Heterosexual/Cisgender Siblings: Are There Mental Health Disparities?
Mental Health Challenges of Transgender People
Where Do We Go From Here? A future Research Agneda
A Panel Discussion
Moderated by the
Co-Chairs of the LGBTQ Research Committee, UCSF Leadership
Collaborative; James Dilley, MD, Chief of Psychiatry, San Francisco
General Hospital; Executive Director, UCSF Alliance Health Project;
Steve Morin, PhD, Director, AIDS Policy Research Center, UCSF
This FREE event focuses on mental health practice and is open to the public.
Six BBS and BRN continuing education hours available for $30.
Health Project is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing
(Provider Number CEP 8671), and the California Board of Behavioral
Sciences (Provider Number PCE 1190) for six contact hours of continuing
education credit for RNs, MFTs, LPCCs, LEPs, and LCSWs. There is no
pre-registration for continuing education hours. To register, please
bring your license number and check or cash to the symposium. There are
no refunds. To receive credit, registrants must remain for all sessions
of the conference.