Therapy with Transgender and Gender
Non-conforming Youth

DATE: March 13, 2024, 10 AM to Noon Pacific Time
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Course Description
Transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) youth are an oft-overlooked client population despite the critical importance of acknowledging their unique challenges. Participants in this two-hour webinar will gain insight into the nuanced lived experiences of TGNC youth, while also building an awareness of clinical considerations and effective strategies to use when providing care to this population. This course emphasizes lived experiences and intersectionality to provide attendees with knowledge that can inform culturally responsive and empathetic therapeutic practices, fostering a deeper understanding of clients' unique perspectives.
Course Objectives
1. Describe 8 elements of lived experience common to TGNC youth
2. Identify 8 strategies for effectively working with TGNC youth
3. Describe 5 clinical considerations to be made when working with TGNC youth and why they are important
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Intended Audience:
This course is for: Intermediate professionals with some knowledge  in working with people who are LGBTQ+.
CE Hours:
This course is two hours in length. Attendees will receive a certificate for two CE upon course completion.
AASECT CE hours: Core Knowledge Area D, or use for recertification.

Frequently Asked Questions

What if I am unable to attend the live webinar?

This webinar will be recorded for later viewing. We typically post the recorded version 2-3 business days after the webinar. For those who are unable to join us live, we will provide a short quiz to verify attendance.
We'll send out an email letting you know when it's available, and the recording will remain on our website for the foreseeable future.

Help! I need tech support! How do I get in touch?

Please understand that we are able to provide minimal support during the live webinar. Our administrative staff member has her hands full admitting guests, moderating the chat, and supporting our wonderful guest speaker.
The fastest way to reach us is via email at info@learnsextherapy.com (but feel free to include a phone number if you would like to chat). 

What if I'm having trouble navigating the course or accessing my certificate?

Navigating a new portal can be tough. To make the process as simple as possible, I asked our Program Administrator (and resident millennial), Anneka Buehler, to record a video for you. The video includes information about navigating our website, completing your course evaluation, and downloading your course certificate.

What is your refund policy?

All requests for a refund must be made in writing via email to info@learnsextherapy.com. We typically do not provide a refund due to an inability to attend the live session, as we will be recording the session for later viewing.


TBI is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. TBI maintains responsibility for this program and its contents.


The Buehler Institute has been approved by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) as an Approved Continuing Education Provider. The Buehler Institute is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

AASECT Members

TBI is approved by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists to provide continuing education units toward certification as a Sex Therapist or Counselor, Provider #12-13-Q.


TBI is an approved provider of continuing education by the Board of Registered Nursing, provider number CEP 16394.

**We love our social worker colleagues! While we are not an approved NASW or ASWB CE provider, many state licensing will accept CEs from APA approved providers. Please check with your state licensing board for the most accurate information.
Meet the instructor

Ashley Floyd, LMFT

Ashley Floyd (she/they) is a licensed marriage and family therapist, sex educator, and owner of Multitudes Therapy Practice in Madison, Wisconsin. She earned her Master of Human Development and Family Studies degree from the University of Rhode Island and is currently pursuing a Master of Human Sexuality degree with a focus on sex education with an internship at The Buehler Institute. Their scholarly contributions include the article, "The Use of Poetry Therapy in Sex Therapy," published in the Journal of Sex and Relationship Therapy.

Ashley is particularly drawn to working with clients exploring non-monogamous relationships, those with an interest in kink, and individuals navigating various aspects of sexuality, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Her therapeutic approach centers on guiding clients toward self-understanding and self-compassion, promoting authenticity and confidence. In the realm of education, Ashley works to destigmatize aspects of sexuality and fill knowledge gaps in a gentle and theoretically grounded manner. They bring an educated and accessible expertise to the fields of therapy and sex education.

Ashley can be reached at ashley@multitudestherapypractice.com.

Patrick Jones - Course author