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July 23, 2013 | By Melissa Espana and RedEye
This fall, what is being billed as the nation's first clinical psychology internship focused on LGBT health will be coming to Chicago. The internship track, which will be a part of the LGBT Health and Development Program, known as Impact, will be a collaboration between multiple departments at Northwestern University and the Center on Halsted. Interns participating will be trained in LGBT health research, education and clinical care. "We know that [the LGBT community] faces inequity, are more likely to face discrimination, victimization and lack of marriage equality, which can lead to mental...
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July 23, 2013 | By Melissa Espana and RedEye
This fall, what is being billed as the nation's first clinical psychology internship focused on LGBT health will be coming to Chicago. The internship track, which will be a part of the LGBT Health and Development Program, known as Impact, will be a collaboration between multiple departments at Northwestern University and the Center on Halsted. Interns participating will be trained in LGBT health research, education and clinical care. "We know that [the LGBT community] faces inequity, are more likely to face discrimination, victimization and lack of marriage equality, which can lead to mental...
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August 21, 2013 | By Rachel Cromidas, @rachelcromidas and RedEye
Keisha Allen knows that the challenges of being a homeless transgender woman in Chicago are steep. On top of navigating a burdened homeless-services system to find food and shelter each day, she and many women have also faced prejudice, ignorance and harassment from the people who run the agencies and shelters as well as those who inhabit them. "My experience at the shelters here in Chicago is almost, I want to use the word dangerous, for a trans woman of color," Allen said. Earlier this year, Allen was placed in the men's section of one West Side housing facility, in a room with eight men who...
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April 8, 2014 | By Rachel Cromidas, @rachelcromidas and RedEye
Keisha Allen knows that the challenges of being a homeless transgender woman in Chicago are steep. On top of navigating a burdened homeless-services system to find food and shelter each day, she and many women have also faced prejudice, ignorance and harassment from the people who run the agencies and shelters as well as those who inhabit them. "My experience at the shelters here in Chicago is almost, I want to use the word dangerous, for a trans woman of color," Allen said. Earlier this year, Allen was placed in the men's section of one West Side housing facility, in...
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