Workshops, Training, and Research

Q Psychology provides training/workshops and
supports LGBTQIAP+ research projects

Workshops & training

As leaders in LGBTQIAP+ mental health and therapy, Q Psychology clinicians regularly present at conferences, guest lecture at universities, facilitate wellbeing workshops, and deliver training.

Dr. Dave Demmer is available to deliver LGBTQIAP+ affirmative training and consultancy to community organisations, private organisations, school, and universities. To discuss, please contact us.

Research

Research opportunities

HAVE YOU GONE THROUGH THE WPATH PROCESS TO AFFIRM YOUR GENDER? We’d love to talk to you about your experience!

We’re hoping to talk to people like you about what went well for you, and what could have been done better. We know the WPATH process can be stressful, so we want to hear from you about what we can do to make it a better, safer, and more affirming process for people in future.

Participation involves completing an online survey exploring your experiences completing an online survey exploring your experiences receiving a WPATH assessment (20 – 25mins). If you participate, you can opt in to win one of three $50 shopping vouchers.

Participants can also choose to participate in a 1:1 paid interview to further discuss their experiences receiving WPATH assessments. (You can choose to complete the survey and not participate in an interview). People who complete an interview will be reimbursed for their time with a $50 shopping voucher.

The survey is accessible via this link: https://researchsurveys.deakin.edu.au/jfe/form/SV_8ukkE2nJca2j75I 

Q Psychology Postgraduate Research Grant: Q Psychology supports LGBTQIAP+ research, researchers, and clinicians-in-training, and is currently engaged in various research projects. Each year, Q Psychology provides the Q Psychology Postgraduate Research Grant to support a research project for a postgraduate psychology student. For more information on the grant please contact us.