Christy Olezeski, PhD, associate professor of psychiatry and director and co-founder of the Yale Pediatric Gender Program, spoke to CT Insider for a story about gender-affirming care in Connecticut.
- June 22, 2023Source: The Cut
144 specific suggestions, from trans young people and their loved ones, that parents may find helpful.
- June 09, 2023Source: LA Times
Dr. Meredithe McNamara, an assistant professor at Yale School of Medicine who treats trans youths, and Anne Alstott, a law professor at Yale Law School, are part of a multidisciplinary team tracking legal efforts to restrict gender-affirming care across the country.
- May 01, 2023
Thanks to area volunteers and Yale Pediatric Gender Program (YPGP) healthcare providers, several families joined together in community for an afternoon of gender joy on the Yale campus on April 23, 2023.
- March 14, 2023Source: Yahoo! Life
Christy Olezeski, PhD, associate professor of psychiatry and director and co-founder of the Yale Pediatric Gender Program, told Yahoo! Life the biggest misconception people have about nonbinary people is that they’re “going through a phase,” which she explains is far from true.
- January 30, 2023Source: Monitor on Psychology
The most compelling articles offer a news hook and a call to action -- and several Yale community members are involved in this important work.
- January 21, 2023Source: Peste Magazine
Health matters important to the LGBTQ community over scrutinized and falsely framed as nontypical.
- November 23, 2022Source: NEJM
Misused clinical research and disinformation have provided legal cover for bans on gender-affirming health care. Collaboration between medical and legal experts could help defeat such bans.
- August 29, 2022Source: YLS Today
On Aug. 12, professors from the Yale Law School, Yale School of Medicine, Yale Child Study Center, University of Alabama at Birmingham, and University of Texas Southwestern filed a brief as amici curiae in Eknes-Tucker v. Governor, State of Alabama with the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
- July 15, 2022Source: South Florida Sun Sentinel
National medical and legal researchers have issued a report condemning Florida health officials’ plan to block Medicaid coverage for gender-dysphoria treatments, saying the move lacks “any persuasive scientific or medical justification.”