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Gender Affirming Care | Session #5 | Affective Work
To conclude the series, Jules & Penn share how each of us can challenge or refute binaries, encourage expansion of the gendered imagination, and offer additional resources. Affective reflection will also be offered and woven throughout the program, through the sharing of personal experience AND work with previous or current clients.

Aug 20, 2019 07:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Penn Pritchard, MAT
@https://sites.google.com/view/pennpritchard
Penn is an educator and lifelong learner who is passionate about cultivating equitable, inclusive communities. They strive to make big ideas highly accessible via an eclectic, research-informed instructional style that is dynamic, challenging, collaborative, engaging, and responsive to the needs of each group. Their work is informed by over a decade of experience in the classroom, working with both youth and adult learners.
Jules Purnell, M. Ed.
@https://www.julespurnell.com
Focusing on topics of gender, sexuality, relationships, sexual health, race and class dynamics, and building bridges between medical professionals and their transgender clients, Jules is an accomplished educator and speaker who has been working in the field of sexuality education since 2010. Theirs is a unique perspective, developed as one who has lived life inhabiting multiple genders. Whether speaking to adults or youth, LGBT+ or straight/cisgender audiences, Jules is adept at appealing to folks from many walks of life and knowledge bases.
Host: Andrés Cordero, Jr., MBA, PhD Student
@https://www.andrescordero.com
Andrés is a life coach, sex educator, and sexuality researcher. Director of the Institute for Mind Body Therapy, his mission is to share what he has learned about sexuality, embodiment, and ecstatic living through his life’s work. His most recent pursuits include serving on the transition committee for the Body Electric School, assisting LGBTQI individuals to access sexual health and wellness services as a patient advocate at the Kind Clinic, and preparing to advance to candidacy in his Ph.D. in Sexuality Policy Leadership, Human Sexuality, at the California Institute of Integrated Studies in San Francisco.