A remarkably comprehensive and useful book for therapists as well as parents and people who want to learn more about gender diversity and options for transition. Krieger has the ability to take complex issues and make them simple and easy to understand. This is a perfect book for a therapist just beginning work with transgender clients, a more experienced clinician who wants consultation with an experienced colleague, or a teacher looking to assign a book about counseling transgender youth and their families.
a timely, useful work for clinicians treating transgender youth or those contemplating transitioning or identifying as non-binary.
Given the growing interest in gender affirmative care for trans and non-binary teens, Irwin Krieger's book arrives right on time. It capably fills a wide gap in the literature for professionals who want to support ethical clinical care for youth and their families.
I was delighted to read this truly wonderful book. Krieger's voice is authentic, honest, and personal. He blends his own extensive experience with the voices of trans people and other clinicians to create an informative, easy-to-digest manual appropriate for both new and seasoned therapists.
Irwin Krieger has given us a comprehensive gender GPS for youths' gender discovery. Using his professional wisdom and personal compassion, he has written a volume that should be on the bookshelf of every mental health professional committed to providing youth with every opportunity to be their most authentic gender selves.
This book is an absolute must-read for counselors who work with youth. Irwin's inviting style combined with his clinical acumen result in a fantastic and much needed guide for working with trans and non-binary youth, a frequently misunderstood group.