NEXT SANTA CRUZ MEETING:

Local TransFamilies Meetings for Parents and Caregivers November 2018:

TransFamilies of Santa Cruz
Saturday December 1st, 3-5 pm
The Education Room of Calvary Episcopal Church
532 Center St, Santa Cruz, CA
Calvary Episcopal Church is an affirming church that welcomes people of all genders. TransFamilies does not have an affiliation with the church, beyond renting space for our meetings.
We will be hosting Renee Fleming the Law Librarian from Santa Cruz County Superior Court to talk about legal gender changes

TransFamilies of Watsonville PV
Wednesday December 5th, 6:30-8:30pm
46A Brennan St, Watsonville, CA

If you have questions or concerns that need immediate attention before the next meeting,
call Heidi at 831-251-7749 or email: TransFamiliesofSantaCruz@gmail.com.

Thursday, September 28, 2017



Workshop: Working with Grief to Create Space for the Joy of Change


Order your tickets through Eventbrite.
Our Presenters:
Ben Geilhufe, MA, LPCC is a licensed therapist, trainer and consultant. He is the co-founder and Director of Train the Gap, a group of mental health and medical professionals who provide gender specialist clinical training for a variety of organizations. He is on the Leadership Team of the Gender Specialist Clinical Team of the Central Coast, and is an active contributor to Mind the Gap, the Bay Area gender specialist team. He has contributed to policy reform for higher education institutions, non-profit organizations, school systems and larger corporations around gender identity, awareness, and inclusivity.


Micah Hammond received a masters in Counseling Psychology from Naropa University in 2013. She works as the Assistant Clinical Director at The Lotus Collaborative providing counseling for people with eating disorders. Micah is an Ally and has presented at conferences and trained professionals supporting gender expansive identities in treatment settings. 



Things to Know:
Ben Geilhufe presented this workshop forTransFamily Support Group members in 2015.  It was a significant support resource for those who attended.  We are so pleased to offer this workshop once again, and our only regret is that we did not do it sooner. Do not miss this opportunity; register today. Keep in mind, this event is not for our gender diverse children.  It is for parents, grandparents, adult siblings (18+), and other caregivers of gender diverse children. 

Feel free to call or email with any questions.

Warm regards,


Dina Oskiera
831-818-2253
TransFamiliesofSantaCruz@gmail.com

1 comment: