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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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August 2011 / PDF version

  1. Executive Director Report
    LAGPA strives to give our members thought-provoking professional workshops in a LGBT supportive environment. To that end we have obtained the right to host educational workshops and conferences and grant continuing education credits through APA. That is really a coup.
  2. Unlabeled Doesn't Have to Mean Invisible
    If someone cannot be labeled, how can they be visible? How do we assist them in creating their own visibility? Without proper training a clinician might not be aware of the blind spots which might prevent them from collaborating with a client on a new truth, as they would try to make sense of behaviors based on past constructs.
  3. Bisexuality Workshop Photogallery
    Picture gallery from the Workshop Contemporary Thoughts on Bisexuality with photos taken by Travis Stobbe.
  4. Come Get Lei'd
    Annual Pool Party Blockbuster.
  5. From The Editor
    Just a few suggestions, ideas, and reminders.
  6. Now Launching Workshop Series
    Starting in September a series of workshops will cover topics such as Caring For Aging Family, Before You Say I Do and Reconciling LGBT and Spirituality.
  7. Got Healthcare?
    New clinic for the Transgender community.
  8. Classified Ads

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