Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2014’

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    E&S: New Gender Team

    Services Expand to Support Trans Clients. For staff at agencies like the Alliance Health Project, a commitment to serve the evolving needs of clients extends way beyond getting a license to practice therapy or nursing or psychiatry. It is a process of continual learning. Over …

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    Mindful Eating for Queer Women

    Food is a celebration of our lives, health, bodies, and community. Except when it’s not. Many of us find that our relationships with food and eating are unsatisfying. And it’s no wonder, given how many of us eat at our desks or in the car, …

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  • Dr. Harrison

    Doctor With a Big Heart

    “I was 33 years old when I started medical school,” says George Harrison, MD, AHP’s Medical Director, when asked why he chose psychiatry as a profession. “Part of my story is the experience of struggling as a queer teenager. I did not even realize how …

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  • Perspectives V22No1 Obamacare Square

    The Affordable Care Act

    President Barack Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law in March 2010, envisioning a comprehensive package of health care reforms that would expand access to medical coverage for millions of uninsured Americans. Despite an incredibly rocky rollout, plagued with court challenges …

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