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Care Considerations for the Transgender and Gender-Diverse Military Community

Care Considerations for the Transgender and Gender-Diverse Military Community

About This Webinar:

This webinar focuses on applying affirmative, evidence-based best practices for care delivery for Transgender and Gender-Diverse adults in the military community. Join to receive a review of research-informed techniques and content geared towards skill development for delivering specialty care services. This session provides ample opportunity for discussion around the application of these techniques.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this webinar, attendees will be able to:

  1. Understand foundational terms and concepts for providing affirmative care to the LGBTQ+ community
  2. Describe competency guidelines for providing transgender specialty care services (i.e., evaluations of readiness)
  3. Identify special considerations for testing with the transgender and gender-diverse community
  4. Apply affirmative care techniques through case vignette review and discussion

This webinar is the second of two webinars with Dr. Lange on competent and affirmative LGBTQ+ care. RSVP for the first webinar,Providing Affirmative Care to the LGBTQ+ Military Community.


Dr. Tiffany Lange, Psy.D. (she/her/hers) is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and earned a doctoral degree from Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky. She completed an advanced fellowship in Women’s and LGBTQ+ Health within the Veterans Health Administration and has served in senior leadership roles in non-profit, government, and private healthcare organizations. Currently, she is the Senior Clinical Director of Utilization Review at one of the nation’s largest managed care organizations where she oversees the care management of Medicaid behavioral health programming.

Continuing education credit is available.

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