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Dealing with Shame, Trauma, and Addiction in the LGBTQ+ Community (Part 5 of 6)
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Dealing with Shame, Trauma, and Addiction in the LGBTQ+ Community (Part 5 of 6)

Kim Hertz, LCSW (Blanton-Peale)
Jonathan Benz, MS


As the LGBTQ+ community becomes more visible-with the Millennial generation twice as likely to identify as LGBT compared to adults of all ages-it is important for leaders, including those in spiritual and mental health settings, to continue to be educated on the challenges this population faces, and the support that can be offered.

Who could benefit from the series?

  • LGBTQ+ people and allies who lead a small or large groups that include LGBTQ+ people and want a better understanding of mental health challenges.
  • Religious or spiritual leaders (clergy, small group leaders, board members, or other leadership roles).
  • Mental Health professionals and others who work with the LGBTQ+ community who want a deeper understanding of religious and spiritual experiences and religion's mental health impacts on LGBTQ+ people.

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Jun
07
Start Time: 6:00 pm
End Time: 8:00 pm
Location: 145 West 28th ST, 11th Fl
New York, NY 10001
United States
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