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Rev. A. Yoo, M.Div., MFTI

Progress Notes ...
A quarterly publication of LAGPA, an organization dedicated to supporting and serving the mental health professionals who work within the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community. Correspondence regarding the newsletter should be sent to:

LAGPA Progress Notes
P.O. Box 34142
Los Angeles, CA 90034

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April 2011 / PDF version

  1. Executive Director Report
    Considering that LAGPA essentially folded about 5 years ago, we now have more active members than at anytime in the past eleven years and a board with nine very active members.
  2. LGBTIQ Mediation and Psychotherapy: 2CE
    Learn how and when to utilize mediators - objective, non-therapeutic third parties - so you and your clients can focus on the ongoing therapeutic work!
  3. How to Approach Transgender Individuals Seeking to Physcially Transition
    According to the resolution on transgender, gender identity, and gender expression nondiscrimination (APA, 2008), transgender individuals are at risk for discrimination from clinicians as well as the general public.
  4. Diversity and Disparity in LGBTIQQ Health: A Series
    Increasingly, different corners of the LGBTIQQ communities have seen an alarming increase in healthcare disparity.
  5. LAGPA Believes in LGBT Cultural Competency
    A copy of a letter sent to Senator Kehoe on behalf of the membership of the Lesbian and Gay Psychotherapy Association, Inc., and a Call to represent LAGPA and the LGBTIQ community at a State Senate hearing on April 11, 2011.
  6. LAGPA and SCLMA Winter Social, 2010
    Picture gallery from the Winter Social, with photos contributed by Rick Tan, M.D.
  7. From The Editor
    Just a few suggestions, ideas, and reminders.
  8. Introducing Your New Board of Directors
    Board of Directors for 2011 - 2012.
  9. Classified Ads

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