You won't want to miss tomorrow's appearance by our own Jennifer Bauwens, Ph.D., director of Family Research Council's Center for Family Studies, when she joins Family Policy Alliance's "Help Not Harm" Summit to discuss ethical standards for treating children struggling with gender confusion.
Drawing on her background of clinical and research experience with individuals and families who've suffered trauma, Jennifer will describe how standards that have been created for ethical research are also relevant to clinical practice and are arguably violated when physiologically damaging approaches are used to treat children diagnosed with gender dysphoria.
Her talk will occur during a panel titled "What They're Not Telling You About the Transgender Movement." Participants will learn about:
- The three guiding ethical principles for working with human subjects in research
- The diagnostic criteria for gender dysphoria
- A case example of gender dysphoria
- A description of how the three ethical principles are violated in the physiological "treatment" of gender dysphoria
To sign up for the event and hear Jennifer speak, go here.
**For more information on upholding ethical standards for children struggling with gender confusion, read Jennifer's paper here.