Liz attends screening to support trans youth

Family Therapist Liz Day with Dominic Davies of Pink Therapy

Oxleas Family Therapist Liz Day joined colleagues from outside the trust recently at a film night fundraiser organised by community interest company Gendered Intelligence.

Gendered Intelligence supports trans youth (under the age of 25) across the UK with a programme of arts, workshops, school in-reach, partnerships and projects.

Trans is an umbrella term that identifies the spectrum of those who feel that their assigned sex at birth does not match or sit easily with their sense of self.

The fundraiser was held at the Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London. It featured the documentary ‘The Believers’ about the struggle for acceptance in the church community by the Transcendence Gospel Choir – the first ever transgender choir.

The funds were being raised in order to take a group of young people away on a residential trip.

Liz is pictured with Dominic Davies of Pink Therapy. Dominic is the co-editor of Pink Therapy, the leading British textbook on working with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender clients.

Published on 26th July 2011