PFLAG November Program

Supporting and Caring for Transgender Children
When: Sunday, November 13th at 3:00 pm

Where: The OUR Center, 220 Collyer St, Longmont, CO

 

Caitlin Flood-Moore and Andrew Moore Present:

 

Celebrating Our Youth: Tips on how to be a parent and ally to our gender expansive and trans children.

 

Themes of responding to bullying, early detection of self-harm, acknowledging we all have a gender identity, and understanding intersectionality will be addressed.

 

Andrew and Caitlin will be drawing upon information received at the Annual 2016 Gender Spectrum Conference they attended in California this summer as well as their personal and professional experience.

 

Caitlin is a Psychotherapist practicing in Boulder CO, with a passion for Family Systems. She is also a PFLAG board member as well as an active member on the Trans Youth Education and Support (TYES) leadership team.

 

Andrew Moore is an elementary school Principal and believes it is imperative to create school cultures that are inclusive and conducive for all students to learn.

 

Andrew and Caitlin are parents to three incredible kids. Their family identifies as Gender Awesome!

 

Note: There will be a confidential support group for TYES from 2-3pm at the same venue. While a formal support group is not available for PFLAG at this time, there will be someone available at the venue for informal one-on-one support.

 

In addition to that, we will be holding a post-election debriefing beginning at 4:30 pm. We will discuss concerns, emotions and fears related to the results of the election. All are welcome regardless of political affiliation. As a reminder childcare is not available at these events.

 

THIS MONTH ON NOVEMBER 20TH IS TRANSGENDER DAY OF AWARENESS. MAY THIS PRESENTATION HELP TO BUILD AWARENESS REGARDING WAYS TO PARENT AND SUPPORT OUR YOUTH THAT PROVIDES CONFIDENCE AS WELL AS ACCEPTANCE FOR THE MANY VARIETIES OF BEAUTIFUL HUMANS THAT LIVE IN OUR SOCIETY. WORKING TOWARD ENDING VIOLENCE IN OUR TRANSGENDER COMMUNITIES.

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