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Reflective Workbook for Parents and Families of Transgender and Non-Binary Children

Reflective Workbook for Parents and Families of Transgender and Non-Binary Children

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“Reflective Workbook for Parents and Families of Transgender and Non-Binary Children” discusses the unique needs of parents and families as they navigate their child’s gender exploration. Providing a safe space for them to work through their own uncertainties and necessities, it gives specifically tailored guidance and support, with sections on school life, language and terminology, finding a therapist, possible grief, social/medical intervention options and more. Personal anecdotes from parents and other family members offer insight and understanding, alongside reflective activities, quizzes and positive affirmations throughout.

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“Reflective Workbook for Parents and Families of Transgender and Non-Binary Children” discusses the unique needs of parents and families as they navigate their child’s gender exploration.

Providing a safe space for them to work through their own uncertainties and necessities, it gives specifically tailored guidance and support, with sections on school life, language and terminology, finding a therapist, possible grief, social/medical intervention options and more.

Personal anecdotes from parents and other family members offer insight and understanding, alongside reflective activities, quizzes and positive affirmations throughout.

About the Author

D. M. Maynard has been an educator in New York for more than thirty years and has used her expertise in teaching to create workshops and workbooks. She presents internationally on the needs of partners, parents, and families of trans individuals and lives in New York.