Supporting Trans Parents in a clinical setting

CHEX is pleased to partner the Sandyford Clinic in circulating this case study on supporting Trans Parents within a clinical setting.  The case study highlights the support that a clinical setting can offer a group of parents who are keen to organise and meet their own needs.  It outlines the process of Trans Parents in becoming involved, becoming empowered, getting organised, taking action and sustaining action. 

The case study is  primarily written by Runima Kakati from the Sandyford Clinic and highlights the conditions that a clinical setting can provide to support Trans Parents in coming together to meet their own needs.  

The case study can be downloaded from here.

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