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Let’s Talk About Pronouns

Strength United - 2018

Strength United provides guideposts to better support and serve the LGBTQIA+ community by identifying what pronouns are, why they are important, and how to ask about a person's pronouns. Specifically, this two-page document highlights that it... Read More

How to Talk About Transgender People

Strength United - 2018

Strength United identifies four ways to be more culturally responsive when talking about transgender people: (1) always use the current names of trans people, (2) when possible, ask people about their pronouns, (3) do not... Read More

How Counselors Can Support LGBTQIA+ Clients

Strength United - 2018

Strength United uses the acronym P.R.I.D.E. to identify five concrete steps for counselors to better support LGBTQIA+ clients. This two-page document highlights what it means to Practice Using Pronouns, Refer to Local Safe Spaces, Implement... Read More

6 Steps for Allies

Strength United - 2018

Strength United uses the acronym A.L.L.I.E.S. to identify six concrete steps to becoming an ally with the LGBTQIA+ community. They define an ally as someone who is always supporting, affirming, helping, and uplifting communities or... Read More

Recommendations for Medical/Radiographic Evaluation of Acute Adult, Non-Fatal Strangulation

Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention - 2017

“When a victim of non-fatal strangulation presents to the emergency department it is critical for the medical provider to rule-out potential life-threatening injuries,” said William Smock, M.D. the Police Surgeon for the Louisville Metro Police... Read More