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I’m speaking at AAMFT 2016!

I'll be presenting a workshop at AAMFT 2016 in Indianapolis next week.  My talk is called "Difficult Dialogues: A Cultural Humility Approach to Broaching Cultural Issues," and you can have a look at my slides at the link there.  It's a fairly similar talk to the one I gave at the ACA Conference in Montreal earlier this year with the...[ read more ]

Should AAMFT ask members to convene in North Carolina?

I just sent this email to the AAMFT Board of Directors (edited so that links are hyperlinks): ---- Dear AAMFT Board: I hope you will read this and other news stories about Amendment 1 which just passed in North Carolina.  Not only does it ban same-sex marriages, but also civil unions. According to AAMFT's own task force, legislation aimed at...[ read more ]

Outdated psych textbooks on sexual orientation

At our 2011 AAMFT talk, I used a few comics from one of my favorite web cartoonists, Eyeteeth of Small Peculiar.  She is working on a cartoon-based book about Walter Freeman, the infamous lobotomist, and has an interest in the history of mental health treatments.  I particularly enjoy her occasional series "Outdated Psych Textbooks," and I included a few of...[ read more ]

“Queer Science” PowerPoint

By editing out a couple of video clips (the "Always My Son" video I linked to here, and a clip from the excellent documentary "Middle Sexes: Redefining He and She" - the relevant clip seems to be up on YouTube here) that we didn't actually get to in our talk, I was able to make the PowerPoint fit Word Press...[ read more ]

“Queer Science” presentation

AAMFT 2011 Queer Science Dr. Benson and I have saved our slides from our presentation as a .pdf.  You won't get the accompanying notes, but you can see the visuals.  The actual PowerPoint is a bit too big in its current form thanks to our video clips; I'll see if I can edit it down and post it later.  



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