The Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences’ Book and Author Program Series continues Oct. 31 with a talk titled “Exploring Gender Identity with Photography: A Multi-Level Approach.”
In her talk, Sana Loue, a professor of bioethics in the School of Medicine with secondary appointments in the global health and psychiatry departments and the Mandel School, will present a chapter she wrote for the book Expressive Therapies for Sexual Issues: a Social Work Perspective. Loue served as co-editor of the recently released book and wrote two chapters, including “Exploring Gender Identity with Photography: A Multi-Level Treatment Approach.”
The book aims to help social-work practitioners move beyond both often-accepted constructions of sexuality and the range of methods that are available to social workers in their clinical practice.
Loue’s talk will be held Oct. 31 from 3 to 4:30 p.m. at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Community Studies Center (formerly the Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations). The event is open to the public, but a $15 fee for the event will be charged. The fee covers parking for all, as well as a certificate for 1.5 continuing education units for social workers.