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Parenting a Transgender or Gender-Expansive Child: How to Protect Your Family Against False Allegations of Child Abuse Parents raising transgender and gender-expansive children must take additional steps that they could not have anticipated when their child was first born. These parents must also prepare their child and family to cope with the possibility of negative reactions, based on fear or misinformation, to their child’s gender and the family’s decision to love and affirm their child for who they are.  
Practice Brief: Providing Services and Supports for Youth Who Are LGBTQI2-S This brief reviews developing culturally and linguistically competent programs and services to meet the needs and preferences of LGBTQI2-S youth.   2008
Promising Practices in Adoption and Foster Care: A Comprehensive Guide to Policies and Practices that Welcome, Affirm, and Support Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Foster and Adoptive Parents The Promising Practices guide is the cornerstone of All Children-All Families as it outlines key benchmarks of LGBT cultural competency and providers a framework for agency affirmation of LGBT prospective parents.   2012
Psychological Functioning in Transgender Adolescents Before and After Gender-Affirmative Care Compared With Cisgender General Population Peers Anna I.R.van der Miesen M.D Purpose: Transgender adolescents are at risk for internalizing and externalizing problems, along with high suicidality rates, and poor peer relations. The present study compared transgender adolescents before and after gender-affirmative care with a sample of nonclinical age-equivalent cisgender adolescents from the general population on psychological well-being and aimed to investigate the possible effect of transgender care involving puberty suppression. Conclusions: Transgender adolescents show poorer psychological well-being before treatment but show similar or better psychological functioning compared with cisgender peers from the general population after the start of specialized transgender care involving puberty suppression.   June 2020
Psychosocial Characteristics of Transgender Youth Seeking Gender-Affirming Medical Treatment: Baseline Findings From the Trans Youth Care Study Diane Chen Ph.D Purpose: This study aimed to characterize two developmental cohorts of transgender and nonbinary youth enrolled in the Trans Youth Care Network Study and describe their gender identity–related milestones and baseline mental health and psychosocial functioning. Conclusions: GnRHa cohort youth appear to be functioning better from a psychosocial standpoint than GAH cohort youth, pointing to possible benefits of accessing gender-affirming treatment earlier in life.   June 2021


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