Join Katie Leikam
Do you support the LGBTQ community, but don’t know how to let it be known in your business that you are an affirming and safe space for the community? Are you unsure of what language to use to show your business is welcome, open and accepting to the LGBTQ community? Katie Leikam, LCSW, will guide you through her years of experience as an affirming LGBTQ mental health provider. She will show you how to promote your business as a safe space that welcomes the LGBTQ community. Learn the do’s and dont’s of being welcoming and open in your business.
Join us at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, July 22 at on Zoom.
About Our Speaker
Katie Leikam LCSW, LISW-CP, DC-TMH is an affirming clinician who has worked with over 100 clients who identify as transgender. Katie is a member of WPATH, The World Professional Association for Transgender Health and is in process of her WPATH GEI certification, which is over 50 hours of Trans* health education.
You can learn more about Katie on her website: https://katieleikam.com/
Important Event Details
This is an online event. In order to attend, you will need to:
1) Follow the link to register on Eventbrite.
2) On the day before the event, look out for a Zoom meeting link in your email inbox. For security reasons, we cannot post the link in the public event description. If you don’t see an email, please check your junk or other email filters. We will send the email to whatever address you registered for the event with.
3) Attend! We encourage you to join via computer for best experience, although phones work too. We recommend keeping your video turned on, to better connect with the other attendees.
Format and What to Expect
Our meeting will start with a short 15 minute period to chat with others and ensure that your connection is working.
Next, we jump into introductions of all attendees. We keep these introductions to under 30 seconds in length so that we have time for everyone to take a turn.
Then, our presenter will launch into their presentation. Depending on the presenter, you may be encouraged to ask questions part way through, or at the end, but in general, you should get plenty of opportunity to interact, so bring all of your questions!
We can’t wait to see you there!