Who Am I? Species Dysphoria, Otherkin, Therians, Furries and Other Identity Conundrums
Are you aware of the different types of identity syndromes and gender identity disorders? Dr. Levitt will explain the differences between them.
Share how to delineate misidentification delusions vs. personal belief system
Demonstrate how to discuss identity issues with patients
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|Who Am I? Species Dysphoria, Otherkin, Therians, Furries and Other Identity Conundrums - Handout (866.8 KB)||32 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Gwen A. Levitt, DO, DFAPA is a board-certified adult and forensic psychiatrist in the Phoenix area. She received her medical degree from the College of Osteopathic Medicine in Pomona, California and her internship and residency training at Maricopa Medical Center. She is employed full-time at Valley wise Health (formerly Maricopa Integrated Health System) on one of the adult inpatient psychiatric units. In her private practice she provides consultations for criminal and civil matters and provides fitness for duty evaluations in many arenas.
Dr. Levitt has no disclosures.
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