located on the 16th floor of the University Tower Building across from the St. Louis Galleria at 1034 S. Brentwood Blvd
Gateway Wellness Asociates:
As a wellness professional, you want to always be respectful and knowledgeable about issues your clients are facing. One of those issues runs through the very core of identity and sense of self in relation to others — Gender Identity. It is not uncommon for counselors, therapists, health coaches, dietitians, and other care takers to feel ill-prepared to discuss issues of gender with clients. Please join us for a candid conversation around gender with social worker and author of The Gender Identity Workbook for Kids: A Guide to Exploring Who You Are, Kelly Storck.
LUNCH INCLUDED — This workshop includes a networking lunch from 11:30am – 12pm.
- Understand and explain gender and gender diversity
- Honor and support trans and non-binary clients
- Better understand the medical/surgical, legal, emotional and social needs of trans and non-binary humans
- Learn how to write effective letters of support for trans clients
Kelly Storck, LCSW — Presenter
Kelly Storck is a licensed clinical social worker with a private therapy practice in St. Louis. Kelly’s focus is in gender care across the lifespan and advocacy for the rights of people who are trans, gender-expansive and non-binary. Along with this work, Kelly presents trainings on issues relevant to gender diversity and is the author of The Gender Identity Workbook for Kids: A Guide to Exploring Who You Are.