Resources

Ethics

Principles for AMHCA Code of Ethics

Facts About Clinical Mental Health Counselors

Racism

10 Books About Race To Read Instead Of Asking A Person Of Color To Explain Things To You

26 Ways To Be In The Struggle Beyond The Streets

75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice

Anti-racism Resources

For Our White Friends Desiring To Be Allies

Making Anti-racism Sustainable

Ways To Give

Western Mass Showing Up For Racial Justice

Transgender Issues

FTM Resource Guide

The Galap.org – these therapists have committed to providing letters for medical procedures for transgender people free of charge and usually with only one telehealth session. This is a nation wide listing.

How To Be A Trans Ally

Questions For Your Top Surgeon

Top Surgery Support (reduction/removal) – a Facebook group that is a great place to ask questions and gain support with many resources.

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Ideas for COVID-19 (and other times)

Be gentle with yourselves people. There is nothing wrong with you if you do not feel good. It is not realistic to expect yourself to be positive all the time. That would be dismissive of the struggle.

This list is from Lindsay Bramane, with modifcations by Gilbert Chalepas‎, a therapist in California. Pick one thing to try on one day. When crisis is present, you will do the best you can. That sometimes means doing nothing. 

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  4. Assertiveness Comments Off on Assertiveness
  5. Gratitude in Recovery Comments Off on Gratitude in Recovery
  6. Practice Kindness Comments Off on Practice Kindness
  7. Fair Fighting Rules Comments Off on Fair Fighting Rules
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