Quiz - Working with sexually and gender diverse communities through a systemic, intersectionality, and minority stress framework course

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QUESTION 1: You can increase awareness of minority stress experiences through an intersectional lens by*
QUESTION 2: Giving voice and reflecting on family patterns surrounding gender, sexuality, race, and ethnicity is utilizing a*
QUESTION 3:Which of the following may be unique resiliencies and social supports to cope with minority stressors for BIPOC LGBTQ+ communities?*
QUESTION 4: Within intersectionality and cultural humility work, sharing your ______ is crucial to portray your positionally within the community.*
QUESTION 5: All of the following are part of the minority stress model except*
QUESTION 6: The following would fall under a distal stressor:*
QUESTION 7: Diagnosis of gender dysphoria may be harmful because:*
QUESTION 8: Safe spaces include:*
QUESTION 9: To come from a cultural humility and affirmative stance, therapists must:*
QUESTION 10:Research has found that adverse mental health outcomes from the minority stress model are*

Satisfaction Survey: "Working with Sexually and Gender Diverse Communities Through a Systemic, Intersectionality and Minority Stress Framework"

Course Objectives: Increase understanding and competency of systems, intersectionality history and framework, and impact on mental health of BIPOC LGBTQ+ communities. Increase understanding of minority stress framework working with racially, ethnically, sexually, and gender diverse communities. Recognize self of therapist, social location, and impact of working with BIPOC LGBTQ+ clients. Clinically apply integrated framework of systems, intersectionality, and minority stress with BIPOC LGBTQ+ clients.
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