SUPPORTING TRANS and NON-BINARY CLIENTS seeking pregnancy referrals


In this 2-hour interactive training, participants will consider the challenges trans and non-binary clients face when seeking care for an unintended pregnancy, including provider bias, environmental barriers, and lack of provider training on trans and non-binary identitiesParticipants will learn how these challenges are made more complicated when a client holds additional marginalized identities. Participants will gain knowledge to apply best practices in serving trans or non-binary clients who are seeking care for unintended pregnancy. 

Learning Objectives

By the end of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Describe at least one factor that may contribute to increased incidence of unintended pregnancy for trans and non-binary individuals.
  • Describe at least one factor that may impact a trans or non-binary individual’s ability to access reproductive healthcare. 
  • Explain at least two best practices in supporting trans or non-binary individuals in accessing reproductive healthcare. 
  • State at least one intended practice change in referring trans or non-binary individuals to abortion services.

“A lot of clients experience reproductive coercion. It was really important to have the tools and be able to express that compassion, understand what they’re going through, and empower them to make the choices that are best for them.”

Domestic Violence Hotline Advocate

We’re particularly committed to service providers working in the highest-need parts of the country. We offer on-site training in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Combined with our tailored technical assistance and virtual training options, on-site trainings help to ensure a long-lasting partnership that supports quality, comprehensive care within your setting.

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