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GSLS Presents: It’s more than “Male” and “Female”: Fostering Gender Identit...

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MC 2.404

Richardson, TX 75080

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Dr. Greenwald will present current scientific and cultural knowledge of gender identity and expression and will speak about the ways in which corporate/professional cultures are evolving to be more inclusive and diverse. She will also talk about how, from a career perspective, individuals can identity affirming work environments and advocate for cultural growth and change in the workplace. Intersectionality, power dynamics, and social justice advocacy perspectives will be integrated throughout the presentation.


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Dr. Ellen Greenwald is a Licensed Psychologist and Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, at UT Southwestern Medical School. Dr. Greenwald’s primary clinical duties are in the Resident Wellness and Counseling Clinic, providing mental health services for medical residents and fellows. She is passionate about resident/physician well-being and is committed to improving the culture of medical practice/education to create healthier, more connected, diverse and inclusive work environments. She formerly was Assistant Director/Director of Community Engagement at the UT Dallas Student Counseling Center. While at UT Dallas, she helped to establish the LGBTQ Education, Advocacy, and Programming (LEAP) initiative, and over the past decade has facilitated more than 50 Ally Trainings/Train the Trainer events at various institutions across Texas and the U.S. She is passionate about diversity and multiculturalism, mindfulness and well-being, and approaches her work from a Relational-Cultural framework. Dr. Greenwald specializes in gender/sexual identity, sexuality, cultural identity intersectionality, trauma recovery, and graduate psychology training and supervision.

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