"In Conversation with Health & Wellness: De-Mystifying Health Services for Trans and Nonbinary Students" is the first session in a series of events planned to help to demystify the process of accessing healthcare for LGBTQ2S+ students.
Have you ever wondered what trans-affirming physical and mental health services are available at U of T and how to access them? You're not alone. The Sexual & Gender Diversity Office (SGDO) and Health and Wellness Centre are partnering for a conversation series, where trans and nonbinary students can ask questions about Health and Wellness services directly to the people who deliver them.
Students can submit your questions in advance through the event registration page, by emailing them directly to email@example.com, or send them to the SGDO over social media (Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter). Our student co-hosts will then ask the questions anonymously. Questions can also be asked during the event, either directly, or then can be sent through the Zoom chat to event organizers.
- Kathleen Tallon, CPsych, (she/her) is a Clinical Psychologist working at Health & Wellness. In her role at Health & Wellness she supports student's mental health through providing psychological assessment, and individual and group therapy. She enjoys helping students learn tools to cope with the challenges and changes in their lives. Dr. Tallon has a special interest in supporting people with anxiety disorders and working with LGBTQ2S+ students.
- Sarah Warden, MD, MSc, CCFP (she/her) is a Family Physician working at Health and Wellness, with a focus in sexual and reproductive health. She works at the Bay Centre at Women’s College Hospital and is on the teaching faculty of the University of Toronto. She has a special interest in the care of gender diverse clients, supporting their needs through their transitions.
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