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FUTURE WORKSHOPS AND PRESENTATIONS
 

 

February 2-5, 2017 USPATH INAUGURAL USPATH SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE

January 31 - February 1, 2017 GEI Transgender Health Best Practice in Medical and Mental Health Care
Luskin Conference Center, UCLA Campus, Los Angeles, CA

I will be participating in the coference on many levels including presenting challenging cases in the GEI training and speaking at the general conference about "Asexuality, Ace-Spectrum, and Healthy Alternatives to Sex and Romance" .

March 22, 2017 7:00 PM. Crossdressers International (CDI) New York City
I will be leading a group discussion at the weekly meeting of CDI. Contact CDI to found out the meeting location. www.cdinyc.org.
 


RECENT PAST EVENTS

 

November 4 & 5, 2016 Psychotherapy Center for Gender and Sexuality’s 2016 Transgender Mental Health Symposium: Trans*Sexuality

I will be speaking about "Asexuality, Ace-Spectrum, and Healthy Alternatives to Sex and Romance" 

Professional Children’s School 132 West 60th Street New York, NY 10023

The Psychotherapy Center for Gender and Sexuality (a division of the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy) is proud to announce its 5th Bi-annual conference Trans* Sexuality. This clinical conference which will explore the intersections of trans, sex, sexuality, psychotherapy and psychoanalysis.

March 31, 2016 7:30 PM. Crossdressers International (CDI) New York City
I will be leading a group discussion at the weekly meeting of CDI. Contact CDI to found out the meeting location. www.cdinyc.org.

November 7, 2015 New York State Pyschological

Association Independent Practice Division
Transgender 101: Developing the Clinical Competencies to Work with Transgender Patients
NY Society for Ethical Culture 2 West 64th St. New York, NY 

contact: nyspa@nyspa.org

August 19, 2015 Crossdressers International (CDI) New York City
I will be leading a group discussion at the weekly meeting of CDI. Contact CDI to found out the meeting location. www.cdinyc.org.

June  2015 Philadelphia Trans Health Conference http://www.trans-health.org/
This is a huge conference open to everyone. I will be running a support group for the parents and siblings of transgender adults in the general conference program and will be presenting on the Standards of Care as part of the professional training program.  I also coorganize the WPATH Graduate Student Research Symposium in Transgender Health, to be held on Friday.

September 17, 2014, 7:00-9:00. I will be speaking at the New York City meeting of CrossDressers International - CDI. I always enjoy an evening with this wonderful group. It will be an interactive discussion at their end-of-summer BBQ. For information go to http://cdinyc.org.

June 12-14 2014 Philadelphia Trans Health Conference http://www.trans-health.org/
This is a huge conference open to everyone.
Friday June 13th - Please join us at the WPATH Graduate Student Research Symposium in Transgender Health at the Philadelphia Trans Health Conference.
On Thursday June 12th, I am presenting in the "Professional Training for Mental Health Professionals" at the Philadelphia Conference.
Autism Spectrum Disorders and Trans* TGNC Identity - Katherine Rachlin, Ph.D. and Laura Jacobs, LCSW.

October 2, 2013 Wednesday at 7:00
I will be leading a group discussion at the weekly meeting of Crossdressers International (CDI).
Contact CDI to find out the meeting location www.cdinyc.org/

October 25, 2013
Community Health Care Network Trasgender Health Conference to be heald at Pace University.
http://www.chnnyc.org/2013/08/23/save-the-date-transgender-health-conference-102513/

June 13-16, 2013
Philadelphia Trans-Health Conference http://www.trans-health.org/

April 26, 2013
The Empire Conference: Transgender Health and Wellness
Providing Primary Care and Mental Health Services for Transgender People and Their Families

October 13, 2012
GLAP, Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy
Caring for the Family of Origin in Gender Transition

October 3, 2012 Wednesday at 7:00
I will be leading a group discussion at the weekly meeting of Crossdressers International (CDI).
Contact CDI to find out the meeting location www.cdinyc.org.

Philadelphia Transgender Health Conference
http://www.trans-health.org
The Newer, bigger, better, non-pathologizing, health-focused version 7. of the WPATH's Standards of Care, Katherine Rachlin, Ph.D.
Delivered as part of the Transgender Medical Initiative Program.

February 25, 2012
The GLAP Symposium,
TransFormations: Clinical Perspectives on Transgender Experience and Cultural Contexts
William and Anita Newman Conference Center, 151 East 25th Street, New York, NY 10010
Medical Transition without Social Transition: Affirmative Treatment for Transgender, Transsexual and Gender Nonconforming Individuals Who Live in Their Assigned Gender. Katherine Rachlin, Ph.D.
at 9am to 5pm

Biennial Symposium of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health
2011 WPATH International Symposium
"Transgender Beyond Disorder: Identity, Community, and Health"

Emory Conference Center
Atlanta, Georgia (USA)
September 24 - 28, 2011
This year we are partnering with the Southern Comfort Conference and the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, both of which have conferences in Atlanta that week.
I will be presenting a paper entitled "Treatment without Transition: Use of Gender-Affirming Medical Interventions for Non-Transitioning Transgender and Transsexual Individuals"
I am also moderating a panel titled: TransMasculine Sexuality & Relationships: Current Research and New Theory.

Trans/Counter/Trans
Working through Transference and Countertransference with Transgender Clients
When: Saturday, March 5, 2011 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Where: ICP Library, 1841 Broadway, 4th Fl, New York, NY
Description: An advanced level seminar for clinicians already experienced in working with transgender clients. *Registration is limited*

Griffin Hansbury, MA, LCSW, and Katherine Rachlin, Ph.D., will present case material on their work in psychotherapy with trans-identified men and women, and the transferential and countertransferential themes that arise in their respective clinical dyads.

Institute for Human Identity
February 16 at 7PM
I Love My Mom/Dad: Being a Transgender or Transsexual Parent
Transgender and transsexual parents have unique concerns regarding how their gender affects their children, their partners, and the life of the family. The non-conforming presentation of a transgender parents, or the full gender transition of a transsexual parents, present many complex challenges. Children’s response to the parent’s gender presentation or transition depends upon the child’s age, the relationship with that parent, and the reactions of other people in the environment. This workshop will explore the challenges faced by transgender and transsexual parents and their children at various ages. We will review some of the research, resources and literature on this subject and discuss concerns and situations such as, assessing the needs and capacities of young children, older children, and adult children, when and what to tell children, communicating with the children’s school and friends, dealing with co-parent concerns regarding gender expression, and the extended family.

Workshop discussion at The Empire Conference, Thursday through Saturday, May 20 – May 22, 2010 in Albany New York.
GLAP Presents: http://www.transeventsusa.org/empire

Double Lives 9:00 AM Saturday April 24
This is a guided discussion for people who experience themselves as leading double lives. You may have an internal identity that is never expressed, or is expressed part-time. There are many reasons that people lead double lives: it may be the only way to express more than one identity, it may be a compromise for practical reasons, or it may be part of gender exploration or transition. For many people the double-life experience is a life-long challenge. I will be co-leading a workshop:

Luncheon speaker at the IFGE 2010 Capital Conference in Washington DC, Thursday April 22-Sunday April 25.
"The Evolution of the Standards of Care: Towards Empowerment and Access" The World Professional Association for Transgender Health is currently revising The Standards of Care for the Treatment of Gender Identity Concerns. This talk explored some of the misperceptions regarding the current 6th version (2001), and what we might expect for the next version. Expected changes in the new version include the depathologization of gender experience, increased recognition of gender diversity, and protocols which best support access to care.

See the page on "Gender Identity" for a fuller list of past presentations.

 

 

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