10/7/2016 ___________________________________________________________________________________________

I am presenting with my colleague, Astin Brown, LCSW on our work supporting gender expansive youth and their families as part of the Ackerman Institute for the Family’s Alumni Lecture Series. See link and info below.

Between Pink & Blue: A Multidimensional Approach to Supporting Families of Gender Expansive Youth


6/10/2016 ____________________________________________________________________________________________


I presented at the Philadelphia Trans Health Conference on the work of the Gender & Family Project supporting gender expansive and transgender youth and their families from a relational and systemic perspective.

6/4/2015 _____________________________________________________________________________________________


screen-shot-2016-10-05-at-3-18-23-pmMy colleague Jean Malpas and I presented at the American Family Therapy Academy’s 37th
Annual Meeting on the work of
the Gender & Family Project. We presented our multidimensional approach to supporting transgender and gender expansive youth and their families.



7/13/2015 ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Screen Shot 2015-08-19 at 5.56.38 PMI was quoted in this piece that appeared in Salon. com w/my wonderful friend and colleague, Shannon Sennott. (Correction in article: Jean Malpas is head of the Gender & Family Project. Lois Braverman is the head of the Ackerman Institute).


4/20 – 4/27/2014 _____________________________________________________________________________________

On April 20, 21 and 27th, Nazlim Hagmann, MD and Rebecca Ross will host a workshop facilitated by Will Hall and Krista MacKinnon entitled:

Beyond the Medical Model…New Visions of Psychosis —Transform extreme states using relationships and communication.

New Visions of psychosis workshopA training series for professionals, families, people with experience of extreme states, and advocates.

Experiences labeled psychosis, bipolar, or schizophrenia exist in a lived context of meaningful interaction. Join us for an experiential training emphasizing practical tools from pro-treatment choice, recovery, and anti-oppression perspectives.

To download the flyer for this workshop, click the link below.

New Visions of Psychosis