Educator Guides and Resources

Ally Week Guide and InfoGLSEN’s Ally Week focuses on allyship for LGBTQ youth, who face disproportionate bullying, harassment, and discrimination in K-12 schools

Ally Info for Ally Week – action steps for Ally week

About GLSEN and Day of Silence -a day in which students remain silent as a demonstration of the silence around bullying and harassment of LGBTQ students. This is a full resource guide to creating your own Day of Silence  

Back to School steps for creating an inclusive school and classroom environment

Creating a School-based GSA – GLSEN’s guide for teachers and students to create a GSA at school

Changing the Game: The GLSEN Sports Project – GLSEN’s resource guide for coaches, athletic directors, PE teachers, educators and parents to make school’s sports space safer

Cultivating Respect: Safe Schools for All – a program and from PFLAG for educators to make their schools safer. Includes a top 10 list of things to do and ways to implement them

Frequently Asked Questions about Transgender People – from the National Center for Gender Equality

GSA Network a LGBTQ racial and gender justice organization uniting trans and queer youth through GSA clubs

GSA Network Adults and Advisors – a handbook for helping adults as advisors for GSA clubs in schools

GSA – Legal Resources – from GSA Network, a list of resources and current law regarding GSAs in schools

Gender Inclusive Schools FAQs – from NASP, the National Association of School Psychologists – includes research on child development, counseling support for students and families, and policy, law and practice.

Gender Odyssey – Gender Odyssey is an international conference focused on the needs and interests of transgender and gender diverse children of all ages, their families and supporters, and the professionals who serve them. Open to parents, caregivers, educators, social workers, lawyers, students, school administrators and more.

Gender Spectrum: Education – a comprehensive resource for creating an inclusive, welcoming school environment. Includes tools for creating more gender inclusive schools, resources, legal and policy issues, and guides for sports.

Gender Terminology Guide

GLSEN – Educator, parent and student resource network for creating safe spaces for all students

How to Use Pronouns and additional resources – quick guide for using pronouns and why they matter

Language of Gender – a guide for language surrounding gender – from Gender Spectrum

LGBTQ Students of Color – a guide for educators working with LGBTQ students of color

Model Policies & Law – GLSEN created model school policies to help make schools safer – a resource for changing school policy for teachers, administrators, school board members and parents

Pride Month Guide – GLSEN’s guide educators teaching about Pride in June

Preventing Suicide – knowing the warning signs and what to do to prevent suicide in young people – from The Trevor Project

Ohio High School Athletic Assn Transgender Policy – revised May 16, 2017

Safe School for Transgender and Gender Diverse Students – National Association of School Psychologists position statement on supporting safe school for trans and gender non-conforming students

Safe Space Kit – a resource kit for teachers to create safe spaces in their classrooms and let students know they are allies

School Action Center – resources for making schools safer, including up to date legal information, links to resources at the US Department of Education, and a list of organizations who support trans students to help advocate with schools. From the National Center for Transgender Equality

School Climate and HIV Risk Reduction Guide  a guide to help educators mitigate unsafe risks by providing comprehensive sexuality education, supporting LGBT students and helping to make their schools safer and more affirming

School Legislation from NCLR and GLSEN, a summary of fifteen cases that have been brought against school districts for failing to protect students from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.

Schools in Transition: A Guide for Supporting Transgender Students in K-12 Schoolscreated by Gender Spectrum, a guide for helping support a child through a transition at school. Includes information about gender, guidelines for meeting the needs of transgender students, pronouns, student records, confidentiality, restroom and locker access, etc., bullying and harassment, best practices for working with unsupportive families, and an overview of the current legal landscape surround transgender student rights

Supporting and Caring for our Gender Expansive Youtha combined study between the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and Gender Spectrum. Gives survey results from 10,000 youth, the ways they define themselves, their home and family experiences, and how schools, children’s hospitals, religious education programs and other youth-serving organizations can support gender expansive young people.

Supporting the Transgender People in Your Life: A Guide to Being a Good Ally – advice and resources for allyship at school, work, in policy and in the community – from the National Center for Transgender Equality

Ready, Set, Respect! Elementary School Toolkit – the kit provides a set of tools to help elementary teachers prepare to teach about respect and includes lesson plans that can help enrich teachable moments  PDF Version

Think Before You Speak – a guide for 6 – 12 educators about the power of language and how to raise awareness about language used at school that could be hurtful

Transgender Students and School Bathrooms: Frequently Asked Questions – Sender Spectrum’s resource to help schools create gender-inclusive schools.

Tools for Librarians/Libraries as safe spacesresource guide for librarians to create a safe space and book lists/recommendations

Understanding Gender – Gender Spectrum’s guide to understanding gender, gender identity, expression and how gender differs from sexual orientation

Understanding Non-Binary People: How to be Respectful and Supportive a guide from the National Center for Transgender Equality

Webinar for Educators to Support Trans StudentsGLSEN’s webinar for teachers to help implement and understand best practices for transgender and gender non-conforming students

Educator Online Courses and Programs

From Gender Spectrum – find info here about their professional development and training courses – info@genderspectrum.org

From Gender Odyssey – an international conference focused on the needs and interests of transgender and gender diverse children of all ages, their families and supporters, and the professionals who serve them. Open to parents, caregivers, educators, social workers, lawyers, students, school administrators and more. http://www.genderodyssey.org/

Curriculum Guides and Lesson Plans (K-5)

LGBTQ History Curriculum Guide – Classroom resources and guides for teaching LGBTQ history in the classroom. Geared toward LGBTQ history month in October, but can be used year round.

Educator Resources, Lesson Plans and Kits for K – 12+ classroomsKits, lesson plans and interactive info from Unerased.

No Name Calling WeekGLSEN’s No Name-Calling Week is a week organized by K-12 educators and students to end name-calling and bullying in schools.

Curriculum Guides and Lesson Plans (6-12)

Alan Turing: True to Himself – a resource for secondary educators for including the father of the modern computer in the classroom –

Educator Resources, Lesson Plans and Kits for K – 12+ classroomsKits, lesson plans and interactive info from Unerased.

Developing LGBT-Inclusive Classroom Resources – how to align lessons to the Common Core, 6 – 12 grade

He Continues to Make a Difference: Commemorating the Life of Matthew Sheparda resource for high school (9 -12) educators –

History Unerased – offers free academic inquiry kits for various grade levels, plus lesson plans, curriculum guides and educator trainings and courses

LGBTQ Heritage Theme Study – a publication of the National Park Foundation – LGBTQ History Curriculum Guide – Classroom resources and guides for teaching LGBTQ history in the classroom. Geared toward LGBTQ history month in October, but can be used year round.

Making Gay History: The Podcast –  Interviews with LGBTQ champions, heroes and witnesess to history content for adult audiences but contain extractions that can be used in the classroom

No Name Calling WeekGLSEN’s No Name-Calling Week is a week organized by K-12 educators and students to end name-calling and bullying in schools.

Think Before You Speak – a guide for 6 – 12 educators about the power of language and how to raise awareness about language used at school that could be hurtful. Includes activities and lesson plans.

The Pye Haris Project a set of videos of LGBTQ people discussing their experiences coming out in different decades –

Quist an LGBTQ history education organization focused on using creative tech solutions to teach “quistory” in youth-friendly ways –

Unheard Voicesrecommended for grades 6-12, an oral history curriculum project that highlights the stories of nine important people in LGBTQ history –

Valentine Road – an HBO film documenting the death of an 8th grade transgender student who was shot and killed by a classmate. Lesson plan and guide provided by GLSEN

Resources for High School Students

Gender Terminology Guide

About GLSEN and Day of Silence – a day in which students remain silent as a demonstration of the silence around bullying and harassment of LGBTQ students. This is a full resource guide to creating your own Day of Silence  

Ally Info for Ally Week – student guides for how to be an ally for LGBTQ students, trans and gender non-conforming students, LGBTQ students of color, and LGBTQ students with disabilities

Coming Out Guide – HRC’s resource guide for coming out

Coming Out ResourceSpanish-language Coming Out Guide, Transgender Visibility Guide, Coming Out as a Straight Supporter and other coming out advice and resources

Creating a Community GSA – GLSEN’s guide for students to create a GSA outside of school

Creating a School-based GSA – GLSEN’s guide for teachers and students to create a GSA at school

Gender Cool – The GenderCool Project is a national storytelling campaign spotlighting remarkable stories of transgender young people.

Genderfork – stories, images, and profiles of people exploring gender/gender expression across the spectrum

Gender Spectrum: Teens –  Key tips on knowing your rights, discussing your experiences, and understanding your gender as you navigate your Gender identity across multiple realms.

Gender Inclusive Schools FAQs – from NASP, the National Association of School Psychologists – includes research on child development, counseling support for students and families, and policy, law and practice.

GSA Network – guide to creating GSA’s and organizing a campaign to create one in your school

GSA – Legal Resources – from GSA Network, a list of resources and current law regarding GSAs in schools

It Gets Better – inspirational stories and resources for LGBTQ students

It Gets Better Helpline – links to help/crisis lines for all LGBTQ youth

Know Your Rights – from the National Center for Transgender Equality, a great resource for your rights at school and what to do if your rights are being violated

Mermaids– a UK based resource with an online forum for teens up to age 20.

National Runaway Safeline – if you have or are thinking about running away, call for support. 1-800-RUNAWAY

No Name Calling WeekGLSEN’s No Name-Calling Week is a week organized by K-12 educators and students to end name-calling and bullying in schools. See student leader section for how to create your own No Name Calling Week

Ohio High School Athletic Assn Transgender Policy – revised May 16, 2017

PFLAG National Scholarship Program – scholarships for LGBTQ students and allies

Quist app app for LGBTQ history

Schools in Transition: A Guide for Supporting Transgender Students in K-12 Schoolscreated by Gender Spectrum, a guide for helping support a child through a transition at school. Includes information about gender, guidelines for meeting the needs of transgender students, pronouns, student records, confidentiality, restroom and locker access, etc., bullying and harassment, best practices for working with unsupportive families, and an overview of the current legal landscape surround transgender student rights

Suicide Prevention HotLine for LGBTQ+ – 1-800-273-8255

Supporting the Transgender People in Your Life: A Guide to Being a Good Ally – advice and resources for allyship at school, work, in policy and in the community – from the National Center for Transgender Equality

TransActive Gender Center – youth and ally support

Transgender Students and School Bathrooms: Frequently Asked Questions – Sender Spectrum’s resource to help schools create gender-inclusive schools.

Trans Lifelife – staffed by transgender people for transgender people in crisis. 1-877-565-8860 (USA) or 1-877-330-6366 (Canada)

TransYouth Family Allies – links to resources, services and FAQs

Trans Youth Truth TRUTH is a youth-led program for trans and gender nonconforming young people to build public understanding, empathy, and a movement for liberation through storytelling and media organizing.

The Trevor Project – crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth – call, online chat, or text for help. If you are thinking about suicide, call immediately 866-488-7386

Trevor Support Center – a place where LGBTQ youth and their allies can find answers to frequently asked questions, and explore resources related to sexual orientation, gender identity and more

Understanding Non-Binary People: How to be Respectful and Supportive a guide from the National Center for Transgender Equality

Resources for Parents

A guide to talking to decision makers, administration, and school board members- from GLSEN, this guide will take you through the process of asking for a meeting with a decision-maker at your school or in your community to create positive change for LGBTQ students

Changing the Game: The GLSEN Sports Project – GLSEN’s resource guide for coaches, athletic directors, PE teachers, educators and parents to make school’s sports space safer

Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights complaint formsforms for students and parents to file discrimination complaints

Family Acceptance ProjectThe Family Acceptance Project® is a research, intervention, education and policy initiative that works to prevent health and mental health risks for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) children and youth, including suicide, homelessness and HIV – in the context of their families, cultures and faith communities.

Family Acceptance Project: Family Videos – video series to help diverse families support their LGBTQ children

Frequently Asked Questions about Transgender People – from the National Center for Gender Equality

Gender Odyssey – Gender Odyssey is an international conference focused on the needs and interests of transgender and gender diverse children of all ages, their families and supporters, and the professionals who serve them. Open to parents, caregivers, educators, social workers, lawyers, students, school administrators and more.

Gender Spectrum: Parenting and Family – a comprehensive collection of research, resources, and stories to help parents, family members, caregivers and guardians learn more about gender diversity

How to File a Complaint for Bullying, Harassment and Discrimination for LGBTQ studentsfrom GLSEN, step-by-step guide for filing a complaint

ID Document Center from the National Center for Transgender Equality – state by state guidelines and forms for legal name changes

InterAct – advocacy for intersex youth

Know Your Rights – from the National Center on Transgender Equality, a comprehensive list of rights in airport security, employment, healthcare, housing, immigration documents, medicare, military records, passports, public accommodations, schools, social security, and for survivors of violence. Includes current laws and protections, documents to file complaints and guidance through procedures. Schools section – a great resource for your child’s rights at school and what to do if their rights are being violated

Mermaids a UK based resource with an online parent support forum

Model Law & Policies – GLSEN’s compilation of model policies and laws for LGBTQ students  

National Call-In Support Group – from Gender Spectrum, a monthly call-in support group for parents and caregivers

National Center for Transgender Equality the nation’s leading social justice advocacy organization whose mission is to end discrimination and violence against transgender people. Projects include Racial and Economic Justice Initiative, Trans Legal Services Network, Voices for Trans Equality and Families for Trans Equality. Check out the Calendar for webinars to help advocates for trans youth in schools.

National Center for Lesbian RightsNCLR is a non-profit, public interest law firm that litigates precedent-setting cases at the trial and appellate court levels; advocates for equitable public policies affecting the LGBT community; provides free legal assistance to LGBT people and their legal advocates; and conducts community education on LGBT issues.

Ohio High School Athletic Assn Transgender Policy – revised May 16, 2017

Parents of Transgender Children Facebook group – closed group, must complete application to join, for parents, immediate caregivers or family members of transgender, gender non-conforming, gender-fluid, gender-questioning or agender children (of any age)

PFLAG – a national organization with local chapters providing confidential peer support, education and advocacy for parents and friends of the LGBTQ community

PFLAG Transgender – news, resources and advocacy for parents of transgender people

PFLAG National Scholarship Program – scholarships for LGBTQ students and allies

Preventing Suicide – knowing the warning signs and what to do to prevent suicide in young people – from The Trevor Project

Raising Zay – a Cincinnati Enquirer story about a trans girl and her family in Cincinnati

Safe School for Transgender and Gender Diverse Students – National Association of School Psychologists position statement on supporting safe school for trans and gender non-conforming students

School Action Center – resources for making schools safer, including up to date legal information, links to resources at the US Department of Education, advocacy support for parents working with schools, FAQs about current law, and a list of organizations who support trans students to help advocate with schools. From the National Center for Transgender Equality

Schools in Transition: A Guide for Supporting Transgender Students in K-12 Schoolscreated by Gender Spectrum, a guide for helping support a child through a transition at school. Includes information about gender, guidelines for meeting the needs of transgender students, pronouns, student records, confidentiality, restroom and locker access, etc., bullying and harassment, best practices for working with unsupportive families, and an overview of the current legal landscape surround transgender student rights

Student Support Plan – from Gender Spectrum –  plan for transgender students at school. This video is an accompaniment to the plan and helps formulate the plan for parents and students, school staff, counselors, admin, teachers, and other adults at school.

Supporting the Transgender People in Your Life: A Guide to Being a Good Ally – advice and resources for allyship at school, work, in policy and in the community – from the National Center for Transgender Equality

TransActive Gender Center – located in Portland, the Center provides resources and information for transgender kids and families. Training and support groups are held locally in Portland, but you can contact them with questions. The In A Bind program helps distribute new and gently used binders to transgender youth in need.

TransFamily – a support center based in Cleveland – offers regional resources and support groups for Northeastern Ohio.

TransKids Purple Rainbow Foundation – created by Greg and Jeanette Jennings and their daughter Jazz, the foundation has stories of transyouth coming out, resources for parents, financial aid and scholarship programs and financial support for homeless transgender youth

Transgender Students and School Bathrooms: Frequently Asked Questions – Sender Spectrum’s resource to help schools create gender-inclusive schools.

TransParent – support for parents, both online with resources and advocacy and in person with parent support groups

TransWellness Annual Conference – presented by the Mazzoni Center in Philadelphia, the Conference was created to educate and empower trans individuals on issues of health and well-being, educate and inform allies and health service providers, and to facilitate networking, community-building, and systemic change.

TransYouth Family Allies – parent support page with resources for advocacy and medical information/treatment options

Trans Youth Truth – stories and encouragement for parents and family members

The Trevor Project – crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth – call, online chat, or text for help. If you are thinking about suicide, call immediately 866-488-7386

Trevor Support Center – a place where LGBTQ youth and their allies can find answers to frequently asked questions, and explore resources related to sexual orientation, gender identity and more

Understanding Gender – Gender Spectrum’s guide to understanding gender, gender identity, expression and how gender differs from sexual orientation

Understanding Non-Binary People: How to be Respectful and Supportive a guide from the National Center for Transgender Equality

Additional Reading and Blogs for Parents

Transparenthood: Raising a Transgender Child – blog article from Parenting Magazine   Twitter link: @transparenthood

https://raisingmyrainbow.com/  – by Lori Duron

https://gendermom.wordpress.com/ – by Gendermom

Non-conforming Mom blog/twitter  Twitter link: @nonconformom

Amber Briggle – blog/twitter  Twitter link: @mrsbriggle

Vanessa Ford – blog/twitter   Twitter link: @VanessaFordDC

Resources for Coaches and Athletic Departments

Changing the Game: The GLSEN Sports Project – GLSEN’s resource guide for coaches, athletic directors, PE teachers, educators and parents to make school’s sports space safer

On The Team: Equal Opportunity for Transgender Student Athletes – a comprehensive guide for inclusion, policy and best practices for transgender high school and collegiate athletes

Ohio High School Athletic Assn Transgender Policy – revised May 16, 2017

Book Lists

For K – 5 readers – book list from GLSEN

For Children, Youth, and Young Adults – reading list from the TransActive Gender Center

For Parents, Caregivers and Allies – reading list from the TransActive Gender Center

For Educators and Providers – reading list from the TransActive Gender Center

For People of Faith/Spiritual Belief -reading list from the TransActive Gender Center

All ages – reading list from  TransYouth Family Allies

All ages – reading list from TransParent

Raising Ryland by Hillary Whittington

The Transgender Child by Stephanie A. Brill and Rachel Pepper

Online Group Support

Cincinnati Trans Support Group – Facebook Group – ctcg – trans* talk

Transgender Community of Greater Cincinnati – Facebook support group

Transcend – an Australian based online parent support community

Local Transgender Inclusive Healthcare Providers(Self-Described)

Medical Physicians – Primary Care

Robert Brandt, MD

Family medicine, HIV speciality

Wright State Physicians Health Center

725 University Blvd.

Fairborn OH 45324

937- 245-7200

Email: robert.brandt@wright.edu

Elise Chambers, MD

Internal medicine and pediatrics

Queen City Physicians – Western Ridge

6949 Good Samaritan Dr #210

Green Twp., OH  45247

513-931-2400

Toni Cottongim, MD (including Drs Altenau, Bennett, Massa and Winhusen)

Family medicine – adult patients

TriHealth

Rudemiller Family Medicine

6350 Glenway Avenue #205

Cincinnati , OH 45211

513-481-0900

Arnold Drummond, MD

Internal medicine

TriHealth

West Chester Medical Group

7301 Tylers Corner Drive

West Chester, OH 45069

513-777-8300

Katheryn Jadeed, MD  

Internal Medicine & Pediatrics

TriHealth

379 Dixmyth Avenue

Cincinnati , OH 45220

513-246-7000

H Joseph Kiesler, MD

Works with homeless trans population

Healthcare for Homeless program  

Greater Care Clinic on McMicken

513-386-7899

Sarah Pickle, MD

Family medicine, women’s health, reproductive health, and transgender health

UC Health Primary Care – Wyoming office

305 Crescent Ave

Cincinnati, OH 45215

513-821-0275

University Health Services (UC Students Only)

2751 O’Varsity Way

Cincinnati, OH 45219

513-556-2564

www.sarahpicklemd.com

Lisa Rowley, MD

Primary Care

UC Health

222 Piedmont Ave, Suite 6000

Cincinnati OH 45219

513-475-7880

Stan Scheidler, DO

Primary Care

Scheidler Medical Preferred

543 Park Ave

Hamilton OH 45103

513-737-0257

Dr. Shanna Stryker, MD and

Dr. Julia Bedard-Thomas, MD

Family Medicine

The Christ Hospital Family Medicine Associates

2123 Auburn Avenue Ave, Suite 235

Cincinnati OH 45219

513- 585-3238

Cynthia Villacis, MD

Family practice

Health Connections Direct Primary Care

527 Centre View Boulevard

Crestview Hills, KY 41017

859-905-0707

cvillacismd@healthconnectionsdpc.com

Nita Walker, MD and

Kay Johnson, MD

General practice, internal medicine, women’s health

UC Health – Montgomery Primary Care Office  

9275 Montgomery Rd #200

Cincinnati, OH 45242

513-936-4510

Medical Physicians – Pediatrics/Adolescents

Transgender Clinic at Children’s Hospital and affiliated physicians

Lee Ann Conard, DO

Adolescent care, transgender care

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital – Director, Transgender Clinic

3333 Burnet Ave

Cincinnati OH 45229

513-636-2153

Sarah Corathers, MD and

Ruchi Bhabhra, MD

Nadia Yaqub, MD

Colin Carracher, MD

Pediatrics, endocrinology, internal medicine

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Endocrinology and Diabetes Division

3333 Burnet Ave

Cincinnati OH 45229

513-636-4744

Rula Kanj, MD

Pediatric and adolescent gynecology

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology Division

3333 Burnet Ave

MLC 2026

Cincinnati OH 45229

513-636-9400

Molly McHenry, FNP

Nurse Practitioner, Adolescent and transition medicine, HIV care and prevention

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital – Transgender Clinic

3333 Burnet Ave

Cincinnati OH 45229

503-803-2387

Other pediatric/adolescent care physicians

Garrett Bell-Gresham, MD

Pediatrics

TriHealth

Group Health – Kenwood

8240 Northcreek Dr

Cincinnati OH 45236

513-246-7000

Diana Brinker, MD

Pediatrics

TriHealth

2001 Anderson Ferry Road – Western Hills office

Cincinnati , OH 45238

513-246-7000

Elise Chambers, MD

Internal medicine and pediatrics

Queen City Physicians – Western Ridge

6949 Good Samaritan Dr #210

Green Twp., OH  45247

513-931-2400

Danielle Connor, MD

Pediatrics

TriHealth

Group Health – Kenwood

8240 Northcreek Dr

Cincinnati OH 45236

513-246-7000

Nancy DeBlasis, MD

Pediatrics

TriHealth

Group Health – Kenwood

8240 Northcreek Dr

Cincinnati OH 45236

513-246-7000

Tasha Faruqui, DO

Pediatrics

TriHealth

Group Health – Kenwood

8240 Northcreek Dr

Cincinnati OH 45236

513-246-7000

Robyn Gorman, MD

Pediatrics

TriHealth

2001 Anderson Ferry Road – Western Hills office

Cincinnati , OH 45238

513-246-7000

Katheryn Jadeed, MD

Internal Medicine & Pediatrics

TriHealth

379 Dixmyth Avenue

Cincinnati , OH 45220

513-246-7000

Medical Physicians – Obstetrics and Gynecology

Marcia Bowling, MD

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Oncology Hematology Care, Inc

2025 Reading Road

Cincinnati OH 45202

800-710-4674

Amy Brenner, MD

Gynecology, women’s health

Amy Brenner and Associates

6413 Thornberry Ct

Mason OH 45040

513-770-0787

contact@dramybrenner.com

Scott Firestein, MD

OB/GYN

TriHealth

Group Health practice

7810 Five Mile Road – Anderson office

Cincinnati, OH 45230

513-246-7000

379 Dixmyth Ave. – Clifton office

Cincinnati, Ohio 45220

513-246-7000

2001 Anderson Ferry Road – Western Hills office

Cincinnati, Ohio 45238

513-246-7000

Tara Knipper, MD

OB/GYN

TriHealth

Group Health – Anderson office

7810 Five Mile Road

Cincinnati, OH 45230

Phone: 513.246.7000

Lori Phillip, MD

OB/GYN

TriHealth Women’s Services Northeast

11135 Montgomery Rd Ste 100

Cincinnati OH 45249

513-793-2220

Brian Miller, MD

OB/GYN

3590 Lucille Dr Suite 2500

Cincinnati, Ohio 45213

513-475-8588

Hoxworth Center for Women’s Health

3130 Highland Ave

Cincinnati, OH 45219

513-475-8588

Florence:

68 Cavalier Blvd

Suite 2700

Florence KY 41042 (Thursdays)

859-449-7468

Medical Physicians – Endocrinology

Sarah Corathers, MD and

Ruchi Bhabhra, MD

Nadia Yaqub, MD

Colin Carracher, MD

Pediatrics, endocrinology, internal medicine

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Endocrinology and Diabetes Division

3333 Burnet Ave

Cincinnati OH 45229

513-636-4744

Naila Goldenburg, MD and

Michael Spivak, MSN (nutritionist)

Endocrinology, diabetes, cholesterol

Functional Cholesterol, Diabetes, and Endocrinology

12103 Sheraton Ln,

Cincinnati, OH 45246

513-604-1004

103 Landmark Drive, Suite 260

Bellevue, KY 41073

513-604-1004

Medical Physicians – Specialities

LeAnna Lane, MD

Dermatology

Tri Health

Group Health – Clifton

379 Dixmyth Avenue

Cincinnati , OH 45215

513-246-7000

Group Health – Western Hills

2001 Anderson Ferry Rd

Western Hills, OH  45238

513-246-7000

Group Health – Western Ridge

6909 Good Samaritan Dr #A

Cincinnati, OH  45247

513-246-7000

Mark Andolina, MD

Oncology

TriHealth

Cancer Institute

8240 Northcreek Road

Suite 1100

Cincinnati OH 45236

513-853-1300

Rodney Roof, DPM

Podiatry

Group Health – Kenwood

8240 Northcreek Dr

Cincinnati OH 45236

513-246-7014

Dentists

Greg Sherman, DDS

General, cosmetic, implant

Kenwood Complete Dentistry

5050 E Galbraith Rd, Suite C

Cincinnati OH 45236

513-531-5050

Email: info@kenwoodcomplete.com

Speech Pathologists:

John Fredeking, MS, CCC-SLP  

Speech-language pathologist

Cincinnati Children’s

3333 Burnet Ave

Cincinnati OH 45229

513-636-4341

Email: john.fredeking@cchmc.org

Renee Gustin, CCC-SLP

Speech pathologist, professional voice

UC Health – Otolaryngology

222 Piedmont Ave, Suite 5200

Cincinnati OH 45219

513-475-8400

Email: gustinre@ucmail.uc.edu

Therapists

Family:

Meghan Anderson, LGBTQ+ Affirmative Therapist, MSW, LSW

Children (6 – 10), Preteens (11 – 13), Teens (14 – 19), Adults

5400 Edalbert Drive

Cincinnati, Ohio 45239

513-780-5369

Judy Buka, M.Ed, LSW

Adults, elders

Comprehensive Counseling Services Inc

10921 Reed Hartman Highway, Suite 104F

Blue Ash, Ohio 45242

513-214-2567

Email: bcounseling@gmail.com

Heather Lynn Coulson, MS

Teens, adults

Heather Lynn Coulson Counseling

4226 Montgomery Rd

Cincinnati, Ohio 45212

435-580-8103

Laura Edwards, MA, LPCC-S

Teens (14- 19), Adults, Elders (65+)

Perceptions Counseling Services, LLC

7439 Montgomery Rd, Suite 4

Cincinnati OH 45236

513-322-5329

Evelyn R Heflin, MSW, LISW and

Maria Piombo, EDD, LPCC-S

Teens (14 -19), Adults, Elders (65+)

Central Clinic

311 Albert Sabin Way

Cincinnati, Ohio 45229

513-558-7416 – adults, ask for Wanda to leave a message for Evelyn

513-558-5823 – children

Suzanne Hoskin, LPCC, LICDC

Teens (13+), Adults

CompassPoint Counseling

Anderson office:

463 Ohio Pike,  Suite 102-B

Cincinnati, Ohio 45255

513-939-0300

Fairfield office:

1251 Nilles Rd, Suite 5

Fairfield, OH 45014

West Chester office:

8300 Princeton Glendale Rd, Suite 201

West Chester, Ohio 45069

513-939-0300

June Huelskamp, MSW, LISW-S, LCSW

Family, individual, couples, kids and adolescents

Latitude Therapeutic Practices, LLC  

7439 Montgomery Road

Suite 4

Cincinnati, Ohio 45236

513-607-5448

Christina Mayhaus, MA, LPCC, NCC

Christina Mayhaus Counseling

4226 Montgomery Rd

Cincinnati, Ohio 45212

(513) 280-8747

Sheri McCullah Casbeer, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS, RTM

Teen and adult therapy

11440 Hamilton Ave

Suite 206

Cincinnati OH 45231

513-648-9596

Martha McLeod, MA, LISW, LCSW

Individual and couples therapy

221 Woolper Ave

Cincinnati OH 45220

513-221-8623

http://www.mcleodcounseling.com/

Yvette Nepper, MA, LPCC

CompassPoint Counseling

Anderson office:

463 Ohio Pike,  Suite 102-B

Cincinnati, Ohio 45255

513-939-0300

West Chester office:

8300 Princeton Glendale Rd, Suite 201

West Chester, Ohio 45069

513-939-0300

Steven Nichols, PhD

Teens (14 – 19), Adults

3200 Linwood Avenue

Suite 2

Cincinnati, Ohio 45226

513-312-2203

Laura Obert, PhD

Teens (14-19) and adults

Obert Psychological Services

800 Compton Rd

Unit 32

Cincinnati, Ohio 45231

513-449-2747 x 3

Emma Schmidt, MA

Sex Therapist, adults

Emma Schmidt and Associates (all members of practice except for Amy Clark)

3665 Erie Ave

Cincinnati OH 45208

513-438-0448

Charlene Kamin Schneider, PhD

Teens, adults, elders

6771 Prairie View Drive

Maineville, Ohio 45039

513-985-0595

Web: www.mycincinnatipsychologist.com

Laurie Stober, PCC, MA

Preteens (11-13), teens, adults, elders, group and individual, family

Full Circle Therapy

4412 Carver Woods Dr, Suite 204

Blue Ash, OH 45242

513-370-2595

Amy Sullivan, LPC

Preteens (11-13), Teens (14-19), Adults , post-trauma

Restoring Hope Counseling and Coaching, Inc.

8622 Winton Rd, Suite A

Cincinnati OH 45231

513-318-4574

Hillary Wishnick, PhD

Individuals, couples, adolescents,

6400 Thornberry Court

Suite 620

Mason, OH 45040

513-237-2747

http://www.drhillarywishnick.com/

Brian Wright, LPCC, LICDC

Individual, chemical dependency

Mount Washington office

2117 Beechmont Ave,

Cincinnati, OH, 45230

Cincinnati Westside office

3253 W. North Bend Rd

Cincinnati, OH, 45239

513-446-7040

http://www.bwrightcounseling.com/

Caitlin Yilmazer, MA, LPCC

Preteens (11-13), Teens (14-19), Adults

Waybridge Counseling, Anderson

4030 Mt Carmel-tobasco Road

Suite 102

Cincinnati, Ohio 45255

(937) 601-4389

Clinics

Transgender Wellness Program Central Clinic

311 Albert Sabin Way

Cincinnati OH 45229

513-558-5801

Email: hefliner@ucmail.uc.edu

Web: www.centralclinic.org

The Transgender Wellness Program (TWP) at Central Clinic is an innovative, culturally responsive program designed to provide mental health and supportive services to transgender community members ages 18+. – Individual, group, and family counseling/therapy – Psychiatric medication consultation and management services – Psychological evaluation – Case management services – Connection to trans-competent medical providers – Letters for legal, hormonal, and medical interventions – Ohio Medicaid Enrollment Assistance

The Transgender Clinic at Children’s Hospital

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Transgender Wellness Clinic Hours and locations vary. 513-636-4681

leeann.conard@cchmc.org

www.cincinnatichildrens.org

Provides transgender health services for patients 5-24 years old including: – Puberty blockers – Gender-affirming hormones – Menstrual suppression – Referrals for therapy, psychiatry, psychology, pediatric endocrinology, pediatric gynecology, nutrition and other services as needed – Collaboration with schools – Patient and family support – Consultation with the Ethics Committee, if needed – Referral for legal services – Referral for voice and communication training – Fertility management