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Celebrating Pride & LGBTQ+ Resilience

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Jeff Cohen, PsyD
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Colleen A. Sloan, PhD
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Celebrating Pride & LGBTQ+ Resilience
Friday, June 24, 2022 12:00 pm
- 12:30 pm ET

This ADAA webinar featuring Dr. Jeff Cohen (he/him) and Dr. Colleen Sloan (she/her) discusses ways to amplify the strengths and mental health resilience of LGBTQ+ communities. The webinar is geared both towards LGBTQ+ individuals as well as those who wish to support LGBTQ people in their lives. Topics include community, pride, mental wellness, and LGBTQ+ identity affirmation.
 


This is a public webinar and is not eligible for continuing education credits.

Presenter(s) Biography

Jeff Cohen, PsyD

Jeff Cohen, PsyD

Dr. Jeff Cohen, PsyD (he/him) is an Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology in Psychiatry at Columbia University where he is active in the domains of education, clinical care, and research with a particular focus on the mental health of LGBTQ+ young people.  Dr. Cohen co-chairs the Association for Behavioral and Cognitve Therapies Sexual and Gender Minority Special Interest Group and serves on the Diversity Advisory Board of Woebot Health. Dr. Cohen is committed to increasing awareness of the value of psychological science and he has been interviewed by numerous media outlets. He is also passionate about the utilization of technology to increase access to effective mental health treatment. You can join Dr. Cohen on Twitter: @DrJeffCohen. 

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Colleen A. Sloan, PhD

Colleen A. Sloan, PhD

Colleen A. Sloan, PhD is a clinical psychologist at VA Boston Healthcare System and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. Sloan is involved both locally and nationally in education, training, and consultation in sexual and gender minority (SGM) health.  She has expertise in treatment for trauma-related problems and emotion dysregulation including Prolonged Exposure and Dialectical Behavior Therapy.  Her research interests involve SGM health disparities and the utilization and modification of evidence-based psychotherapies, particularly trauma-focused treatments, when working with SGM clients.  

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