TRANSGENDER TREATMENT RECOMMENDATIONS

On the basis of the above information, the following recommendations are made with respect to treatment:

1.	Individual psychotherapy is recommended to process gender dysphoria, as well as explore treatment options, medical interventions, and resources for non-binary individuals in the Houston area. It is recommended that Client complete self-report measures to provide a more comprehensive understanding of concerns.
2.	Therapy will adopt a largely supportive approach in providing Client with a space in which to discuss feelings about gender identity.
3.	Therapy will give Client a space to consider “coming out” to others (e.g., significant members of family, chosen family, peers, romantic partner, and educational or occupational peers). If appropriate, a plan for addressing Client’s transition with social network as he progresses in his transition will be developed.
4.	Therapy will help Client develop comfort in expressing his preferred gender identity and expression by presenting in public as his preferred gender. Developing coping strategies for dealing with social stigma as well as developing assertiveness skills in coming out, correcting pronouns, and asserting his gender identity will be goals of therapy. 
5.	Therapy will assist with helping Client locate and build a support network with other non-binary individuals and provide additional psychoeducation regarding transition and medical interventions.
6.	It is recommended that Client continue the psychiatric relationship with [text name="variable_1" default="sample text"]for medication management of [text name="variable_2" default="sample text"]. A release of information is encouraged to assist with care coordination. 

On the basis of the above information, the following recommendations are made with respect to treatment:

1. Individual psychotherapy is recommended to process gender dysphoria, as well as explore treatment options, medical interventions, and resources for non-binary individuals in the Houston area. It is recommended that Client complete self-report measures to provide a more comprehensive understanding of concerns.
2. Therapy will adopt a largely supportive approach in providing Client with a space in which to discuss feelings about gender identity.
3. Therapy will give Client a space to consider “coming out” to others (e.g., significant members of family, chosen family, peers, romantic partner, and educational or occupational peers). If appropriate, a plan for addressing Client’s transition with social network as he progresses in his transition will be developed.
4. Therapy will help Client develop comfort in expressing his preferred gender identity and expression by presenting in public as his preferred gender. Developing coping strategies for dealing with social stigma as well as developing assertiveness skills in coming out, correcting pronouns, and asserting his gender identity will be goals of therapy.
5. Therapy will assist with helping Client locate and build a support network with other non-binary individuals and provide additional psychoeducation regarding transition and medical interventions.
6. It is recommended that Client continue the psychiatric relationship with for medication management of . A release of information is encouraged to assist with care coordination.

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