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Mayo Clinic Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant in trans health at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN USA
Clinical Director at the Columbia Gender Identity Program
Columbia Gender Identity Program at CUIMC The Columbia Department of Psychiatry is seeking a psychiatrist, psychiatric nurse practitioner, social worker, or psychologist to serve as the Clinical Director of the Gender Identity Program in the Faculty Practice Organization at CUIMC. The Columbia Gender Identity Program is comprised of a diverse and multidisciplinary team of experts devoted to serving the needs of transgender, non-binary, and gender nonconforming children, adolescents, adults, and family members.
This is a full-time position in an outpatient setting which will include clinical, as well as administrative and leadership responsibilities. Candidates should have demonstrated interest and expertise in working with sexual and gender minorities, including children, adolescents, and families. The Clinical Director will collaborate with the Program Director of the Gender Identity Program and responsibilities will include involvement in program development as well as program clinical operations. The Columbia Gender Identity Program works closely with the Program for the Study of LGBT Health, allowing for several opportunities for scholarship and research collaboration. Candidates with demonstrated productivity in developing and/or overseeing clinical treatment programs are encouraged to apply. Applicants should have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work well across disciplines and function effectively as a leader within a multi-disciplinary team.
The CUIMC FPO is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive faculty and clinical service. We recognize that different backgrounds and experiences help to strengthen our department and provide better care. As part of your cover letter, if you choose, we welcome you to share how your personal and professional backgrounds would contribute to enhancing the Columbia Gender Identity Program’s mission.
Please note that hybrid work arrangements are allowed.
Please send CV and cover letter to Dr Melina Wald
Brigham and Women's Hospital The Center for Transgender Health (CTH) at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) seeks to hire a Program Coordinator to oversee the administrative coordination of the Center’s activities. The CTH provides comprehensive medical and surgical services for patients seeking gender affirming care and is a rapidly expanding clinical practice. This position will report to the CTH Co-Directors and to the Sr. Administrative Director for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
The Program Coordinator will be responsible for the day-to-day operations and coordination of patient care within the Center. Additionally, the incumbent will be tasked with tracking and reporting on key performance indicators as well as taking an active role in marketing, staff and patient education, and supporting clinical research.
Therapist Broadway Youth Center
Howard Brown Health Full-time Healing Specialist/BYC Therapist provides a range of therapeutic services including brief and crisis intervention, short-term (3-24 sessions) and some longer-term (25 sessions+) therapy, and group therapy for youth ages 12-24 experiencing homeless and/or unstably housed and participating in services and milieu programming at BYC. The client population includes gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and gender non-conforming youth, the youth of color, youth living with HIV, and youth living with severe mental needs. The Healing Specialist/BYC Therapist assesses for suicide and homicide risk, supporting the primary care team and other BYC Staff in safety planning and emergency intervention with youth clients. Care is embedded in trauma-informed, harm-reduction, anti-oppression, and restorative/transformative justice frameworks. This position provides consultation and training to BYC staff, helping to integrate behavioral health in all aspects of BYC programming and care. Services provided will follow professional standards and ethical guidelines.
Social worker - multidisciplinary gender affirming program for youth
Children’s Health This position is responsible for working with youth and families in a multi-disciplinary outpatient clinic setting which serves gender diverse youth and their families. Duties are primarily within the clinic setting, but may also require flexibility for facilitation of support groups, community presentations, and advocacy work. The ideal candidate should have experience working with LGBTQ+ youth and their families and/or be a member of the LGBTQ+ community. Job duties will include providing psychosocial support, assessing for depression and counseling needs, addressing school and educational concerns, and providing community resources. Candidates should feel comfortable in supporting patients and families who may encounter barriers to care and lack of resources.
Gender Affirming Surgeon in Beautiful Denver, Colorado!
Denver Health Denver Health’s LGBTQ+ Health Services, strives to improve the health and wellness of LGBTQ+ patients, families and communities. LGBTQ+ Health Services is recruiting a gender affirming surgeon (plastic surgery, urology or gynecology) to perform and provide coordination and oversight of gender affirming surgeries for transgender and nonbinary patients. In addition to performing surgeries, this position will provide medical oversight and patient care while working with a multidisciplinary team. With the addition of another gender affirming surgeon, LGBTQ+ Health Services will increase volume of current procedures offered and support the program as we expand available services. Through community engagement, research, training and access to affirming care, a new gender affirming surgeon will support LGBTQ+ Health Services as we increase our visibility as a nationally recognized LGBTQ+ affirming organization.
Part-time gender-affirming care telehealth clinician
Nurse Practitioner - Pediatric Gender Diversity Program
McMaster Childrens Hospital Join us at McMaster Childrens Hospital Gender Diversity program! We are looking for a Nurse Practitioner to join our growing multi-disciplinary team. We are currently growing our existing team of Adolescent Medicine physicians, pediatric Endocrinologists, social workers and speech language pathologist in Hamilton, Ontario.
Nurse Practitioner (RN-EC) uses clinical expertise and in-depth knowledge of children, adolescents and families, with a focus on gender affirming care processes and issues, to plan patient care and evaluate clinical practice across the continuum of care for children and adolescents and their families. This role will provide advanced practice nursing care for children and adolescents including a majority of those identifying as trans, gender non-binary or gender expansive.
The NP will collaborate with the physician team in the medical management of patients within the Adolescent Medicine Program. Included in those responsibilities will be the assessment and monitoring of interventions, including pharmacologic therapy. The NP will also participate as a community liaison and patient advocate. Proven effective collaboration and communication skill with health care teams is essential. The NP will bring evidence-based practice in the field of adolescent health (including gender affirming care) and will incorporate research and evidence into nursing and inter-professional practice and policy. The NP will work collaboratively with the team to develop and implement a plan of intervention, which addresses physical and mental health and wellness. The NP will liaise with the patient’s referring physician and with other treatment programs to ensure that the patient receives appropriate medical care.
Feel free to email Dr. Rosheen Grady, Pediatrician, Adolescent Medicine Specialist if you have any questions about the role. We would love to hear from you!
KJW & Associates LLC Join us at our new program The Oasis that is being developed to serve the LGBTQIA+
community! Seeking a licensed Master's or Doctoral level psychotherapist who has experience,
education and/or training with the LGBTQIA+ community, especially gender diverse individuals.
This position has many perks for any professional looking for full time employment or just to
add a few extra hours at a private practice setting. This job allows you to make your own hours
and choose either office based or telehealth sessions. The pay is very competitive and is based
on choice in referral preferences. Most of all, it is a supportive and relaxed environment with
autonomy. There will be opportunities to develop and run groups as well as events. Our
practitioners all come from a strong trauma informed background and utilize eclectic techniques
based on our strengths. It is imperative that the applicant is licensed or eligible for licensure in
Pennsylvania as compensation is based on insurance coverage. Please do not apply if you are
not currently or soon to be licensed. Please send resumes or CVs to
Gender affirmation surgeon
GRS Montréal Position to join the GRS Montreal team, for all gender affirmation surgical procedures
Psychologist Yale Gender Program (Assistant Professor)
Yale School of Medicine The Yale Pediatric Gender Program (New Haven, CT) is seeking a full-time psychologist to provide clinical care, research, and program development to our gender diverse patients and their families The psychologist in this position will provide clinical services to our patients (3-25 years old) and their families. Primary responsibilities include providing consultation-liaison services in outpatient clinics, brief and longer-term intervention, consultation with medical and psychosocial teams and biopsychosocial evaluations. As this position will be within the Department of Psychiatry, there will be ample opportunities for teaching and clinical research. This is a full-time, entry-level, academic position with the potential for promotion. This position will help us expand our Gender Program in significant ways throughout the state of Connecticut.
Manager of LGBTQ Social Work Services
Rush University Medical Center This position is an integral member of the Rush Community Based Practices (CBP) team and practices in the Adolescent Family Center on focused services the LGBTQ community. In collaboration with the Director of Community Based Practices and Medical Director of Affirm: the Rush Center for Gender, Sexuality & Reproductive Health, the Manager of Social Work Services provides oversight for initiatives including clinical care management, psychotherapy, and patient navigation for LGBTQ services populations. This position is responsible for social work and navigation services, sustainability of clinical programs, and managing grant deliverables as they pertain to LGBTQ services at Rush. This position also participates in the provision of clinical social work services, including clinical care management and psychotherapy. The Manager of Social Work Services represents Affirm in meetings and presentations, both internally and externally. Finally, this position exemplifies the Rush mission, vision and values, and acts in accordance with Rush policies and procedures
Creative Arts Therapist
Full Spectrum Creative Arts Therapy Full Spectrum Therapy is a creative arts therapy group practice that focuses on the unique needs of transgender, nonbinary, and gender diverse youth and adults. We provide in-person therapy from our conveniently located offices in the Flatiron District and work remotely across New York State.
This is a clinical position for an associate therapist/therapist in a group private practice setting, expected to hold a caseload of 15 to 28 weekly individual clients, couples, families. The practice sees a mix of youth and adults, the vast majority who are trans or non-binary identified, gender diverse, and/or exploring their sexuality and/or gender identities. Clinicians are expected to participate in weekly team meetings and supervision.
Master's degree in Creative Arts therapy (art, drama, dance/movement, or music therapy) NYS LCAT or eligible for limited permit Significant experience providing clinical care for LGBTQIA community members Preferred experience working with trans, non-binary, and gender diverse youth Excellent written, communication, and organizational skills Preferred training and experience in somatic modalities, IFS, DBT, executive functioning skills/coaching, work with neurodivergent and neuroqueer individuals/couples, EMDR, and/or Sandtray. Team oriented! We want to learn and grow together
Behavioral Health Consultant
Philadelphia FIGHT Full-Time, 40 hours per week; Exempt The Behavioral Health department of Philadelphia FIGHT has an exciting Full-time opportunity available for a dynamic Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) for our YHEP Health Clinic to provide quality behavioral health. The Y-HEP Adolescent and Young adult Health Center provides inclusive and accessible health care for all youth (ages 13 - 24). Our services include primary care, mental health care, sexual & reproductive health care and Prep.
We recognize that an inclusive workforce with a variety of views, perspectives, and backgrounds is an integral part in our organizational success. We encourage and embrace a diverse workforce that provides us with unlimited ideas and innovative solutions.
A Master’s degree or higher from an accredited institution in Social Work or licensed Psychologist documented by an original transcript.
A current license specifically governing the practice of mental/behavioral health therapy in Pennsylvania that makes the therapist eligible to bill Medicare (e.g., LCSW or licensed psychologist). A minimum of five years (post Master’s degree) providing supervised professional individual and group therapy to clients with a wide range of DSM diagnoses. Must have experience with the following treatment modalities: individual and group therapy, and psychoeducational groups. Experience with couples and family treatment is helpful.
Tasks and Responsibilities
Biopsychosocial examinations for youth who are receiving gender affirming health care Peer education for medical providers on the assessment and management of behavioral health issues Support staff in situations where patient de-escalation is necessary. Collaboration and peer mentorship with other BHC’s Coordination of care: Coordinate care of clients with medical staff and referral sources.
Salary is commensurate with experience.
Gender-Affirming Surgeon (Plastics/Urology)
The Permanente Medical Group We are seeking a microvascular plastic surgeon and reconstructive urologist to join an established, comprehensive, high-volume gender-affirming surgery program in an integrated health system (Kaiser Permanente, Northern California). Our surgeons work within a multidisciplinary team that provides assessment, peri-operative support, education and medical care for our patients. Our San Francisco Medical Center is the specialty referral center for all genital reconstructive surgeries in the Northern California KP region. Please contact Dr. Erica Metz or Dr. Erica Weiss here in Montreal, or find the job postings and reach out to the recruiter for your specialty through the link for more information.
STAFF ADOLESCENT MEDICINE PHYSICIAN
Whitman-Walker Health https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=6c21e150-66fc-4492-a689-beacefbdce66&ccId=19000101_000001&lang=en_US
Advanced Practice Nurse
Chicago Women’s Health Center Are you a feminist nurse practitioner? Would you like to be part of a client-centered health care model that allows longer visits with an emphasis on prevention and health education? Is providing care that is fat-positive, trauma-informed and guided by harm-reduction important to you? CWHC has taken part in radical client-centered care for the past 45 plus years. This position will include extensive training on providing trauma informed gynecology from a reproductive justice lens as well providing gender affirming hormone therapy using an informed consent model.
The Advanced Practice Nurse’s focus will be to provide supervision to a team of health educators as well as direct client care in basic gynecology and trans health services to clients. These services include sexual and reproductive health care, gender affirming hormone therapy, and alternative insemination all in collaboration with Counseling and Integrative Health Services. Practitioners will work with a team of health educators and volunteer physicians to provide care that is peer based, trauma informed, and utilizes harm reduction.
Staff will receive in depth training in gender affirming hormone therapy using an informed consent approach as well as trauma informed gynecology services through a reproductive justice lens. Services will be delivered in a way that allows for longer client visits, client participation, and education and preventative care for the clients. We believe this model results in improved client care as well as a more relaxed and satisfying work environment for providers.
Psychologist – LGBT + Ambulatory Care Clinic (2 positions)
Mount Sinai The Department of Psychiatry at The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City is pleased to announce a full-time psychologist position at the Institute for Advanced Medicine and Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery (CTMS) ambulatory care clinic. Responsibilities include outpatient evaluations for gender affirming surgical care as well as ongoing individual and group psychotherapy with patients in a medical clinic specialized in serving people living with HIV, transgender and LGBQ+ people, as well as formerly incarcerated individuals. Join an interdisciplinary team, including primary care providers, endocrinologists, surgeons, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and other support services. Our team at CTMS, plastic surgery and urology provides gender affirming surgical care to over 500 individuals every year and is growing. Responsibilities include liaising with the surgical team on a regular basis for complex patients as well as supporting patients as they prepare for these life changing surgeries.
Requirements: PhD or PsyD from APA accredited program APA accredited internship New York State Psychology License Experience preferred, but early career psychologists will also be considered Bilingual candidates are desired Strong teaching and leadership skills Excellent communication and organizational skills Must possess highly collaborative and proactive approach, and demonstrate commitment to high-quality, cost-effective health care A strong work ethic and desire to participate in and grow a team-oriented, performance-driven department
HIV Mental Health Social Worker
Mount Sinai This position will be based at Mount Sinai’s Downtown Practice, located at 275 7th Avenue between 25th and 26th Streets. A hybrid work schedule is offered whereby the social worker is onsite 3 days and working remotely 2 days a week.
A multidisciplinary team approach is utilized to provide continuous, coordinated care to patients and their families throughout the course of their illness. Provide a full-range of HIV/AIDS social work services to infected and affected adults, adolescents, their partners, and their family members; crisis intervention, assistance with entitlements, short-term and ongoing individual, family and group counseling focusing on HIV treatment adherence and psychoeducation; facilitate linkage to community case management and involvement in outreach activities with community-based organizations.
Requirements: Experience working with adults who are HIV positive and high risk negative Knowledge about working with the LGBTQ Experience with mental health assessment and treatment Excellent engagement, collaborative and clinical skills Bilingual (Spanish-English) LCSW or LCSW-eligible Minimum one year in current position
Director HIV Special Projects
Mount Sinai Directs and exercises management responsibility over business and operational activities of a department, medical care unit or division.
Requirements: MPH or Master’s level equivalent in health-related field 5-8 years’ experience providing care and treatment services in underserved communities and with disenfranchised populations. Knowledge of HIV/STI/Hepatitis care and treatment methodology and terminology 3-5 years’ experience in program development and provision of supervision
Trans Health Services Nurse Practitioner (contract, part time)
The Door Under the supervision of the Assistant Medical Director and Lead Nurse Practitioner, the Trans Health Services Nurse Practitioner will function in an expanded role in the areas of primary care and reproductive health, for our unique high risk populations.
Assess and provide care according to our guidelines and protocols for transgender health and STI care via history taking, physical examination, and laboratory tests within his/her scope of practice Prescribe drugs including hormonal therapy, devices, immunizing agents, tests, and procedures as medically indicated Work with patients to ensure an understanding of and compliance with the therapeutic regimen with established protocols, and recognize when to refer the patient to a physician or other health care provider Perform other relevant duties as delegated by supervisor.
Currently licensed/registered by the state of New York according to degree DEA Controlled Substances Registration Certificate CPR Certification Adolescent Health, Reproductive Health, STI/HIV Prevention experience preferred Board certification or eligible in Family Medicine, Pediatrics/Adolescent Medicine, or Infectious Disease for NPs/MDs Knowledge of and ability to apply positive youth development principles to working with young people Experience working with LGBT-identified, runaway and homeless, foster care and immigrant youth populations Demonstrates ability to work in a holistic, multidisciplinary setting and closely collaborate with colleagues as part of an interdisciplinary team to promote successful outcomes for youth Knowledge of effects of trauma on adolescent development and experience with providing trauma informed care preferred Proficiency in use of electronic medical records, preferably eCW Proficiency in Spanish, French or Mandarin strongly preferred
Advanced Practitioner (APRN or PA)
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Full time Pediatric Endocrinology (50% GAHT and 50% diabetes) - please see link to apply and email me too, Thanks.
Trans+ People in Precarious Labour in Canada
Trans Archives We are seeking a highly-motivated Postdoctoral Fellow with strong leadership ability and expertise in labour and/or transgender studies. The successful applicant will work full-time under the supervision of Dr. Aaron Devor, Chair in Transgender Studies and Professor of Sociology; and Dr. Annalee Lepp, Dean of Humanities and Associate Professor of Gender Studies, for a one-year term with the possibility of extension to a second year. Applicants must have completed a PhD prior to commencing the appointment, preferably awarded in the four years immediately prior to the start of the first year of this post-doctoral fellowship. The position start date is as soon as a suitable candidate is found.
Learn the nature and the extent of Trans+ (gender-diverse) people in situations of precarious labour in Canada. Develop and test a pilot project with a community partner.
The position will provide opportunities to collaborate and work with both activist and academic collaborators. The PDF will be responsible for investigating the experiences and circumstances of Trans+ people who have worked under precarious labour conditions, and for co-conceiving, co-designing, co-implementing, and co-evaluating a pilot project with a community partner to address current situations of Trans+ people in precarious labour in Canada.
You will review published material on the subject, including peer-reviewed academic literature, government and NGO reports, journalism, blogs, videos, and social media. You will consult with government, NGO agencies, peer support groups who work with Trans+ people and in opposition to precarious labour in Canada, and with individuals with lived experience of precarious labour. You will learn the extent of the situation and what is currently being done about it by conducting interviews...