Join us for a deeper dive with licensed therapist Brianna Sigg for a presentation about how caregivers can support and advocate for LGBTQ+ youth in their lives. This webinar will help prepare foster and/or adoptive parents with the language, tools, and resources needed to support youth who may be questioning their gender identity, sexual orientation, or be in the process of coming out.
Presented by Brianna Sigg (she/her/hers), MSW, LICSW
Brianna Sigg received her MSW from the University of Minnesota in 2018 and currently holds a LICSW and works as a licensed psychotherapist. Throughout her career and personal life, she has expanded on her knowledge and experience providing a safe and welcoming environment for LGBTQ+ clients, particularly those who hold gender expansive identities, to explore themselves and navigate the unique challenges they face due to their identity. Brianna has grown passionate about working with children, adolescents, and adults who hold marginalized identities. Brianna believes that by fostering a supportive, strengths based, and non-judgmental environment, people can continue to build upon coping skills while increasing self-confidence and autonomy. Her aim is to provide a culturally sensitive and inclusive environment for all people while using a combination of therapeutic modalities that best align with self-determined goals.
This webinar will take place on Zoom and it will be recorded. You will receive the link to join after registering below.