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              Videos for Providers

              Dr. Norman Spack, Medical Consultant to the TYEF Board, speaks about transgender youth.

              Care providers are often the first people parents of gender non-conforming and transgender children turn to for guidance, reassurance and appropriate medical care for their child. As first responders, it is vitally important that up-to-date, accurate and gender identity-affirming services be offered.

              A physician, counselor or nurse practitioner armed only with rudimentary or trans adult-centric knowledge of gender dysphoria or transgender identity might, with the best of intentions, send a parent off in the wrong direction with regard to her child's needs. 

              Respectful Care

              When providing care, treatment, or services to a trans child or youth, it is important to understand that they are not simply "shorter/younger" versions of adult trans people; many aspects of the adult transgender patient/client model do not apply.

              Dr Forcier has a practice in Providence, Rhode Island. She is also a professor of Transgender Adolescent Medicine at Brown University, and she serves as a board advisor at TYEF.

              This great video talks about the importance of the gender-affirmative care model, and how this is officially supported by the AAP. She firmly states that our youth deeply know who they are, and that it is our job to support and guide them on their gender journey in the ways that they deem necessary.

              Dr Forcier talks more on caring for and supporting trans youth.

              Dr Forcier has a practice in Providence, Rhode Island. She is also a professor of Transgender Adolescent Medicine at Brown University, and she serves as a board advisor at TYEF.

               

               

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