Working well with LGBTIQA+ young people

This professional development session includes a mix of information delivery, discussion and activities leading to transformative learning. Current, Australian evidence-based research that informs best practice when working with LGBTIQA+ mean; youth will be used as part of the overall teaching, as well as a basic introduction to what the letters stand for, and what is known about the health status and risks of this cohort. 

Dr Linda Kirkman is a sex educator, sex therapist, and independent scholar. Her work covers sexuality, sexual health, and relationships across the lifespan, from a diversity-and-sex-positive approach. Linda has been a sexuality educator and counsellor for over 25 years. Her work is strengths-based, inclusive, and draws on current evidence.

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We appreciate and celebrate diversity in all its forms. We believe diversity of all kinds makes our teams, services and organisation stronger and more effective.
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