Reflective Workbook for Partners of Transgender People: Your Transition as Your Partner Transitionsby D. M. Maynard Jessica Kingsley Publishers
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- Pbk 336 pages
- AU$54.99 NZ$56.51
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Partners of people in transition go through their own transitions and may or may not be conflicted as to whether they will remain in their relationship. This unique self-help workbook was created for and focuses on the partner's perspective and own journey. By providing the support and structure needed for partners to reflect, this resource helps navigate the unexpected transition that affects both of their lives.
Providing an essential tool that is currently missing, this book gives guidance and advice specifically designed for this situation, alongside activities, quizzes, and personal anecdotes. By combining portions of the author's self-exploration-as the partner of someone who began to transition after 17 years of being in their relationship- with the experiences shared by those who attended her workshops, this workbook examines the challenges, uncertainties, and possible grieving some partners experience throughout the transition process. With space for responding to reflective questions, resources, and a glossary, this workbook offers partners a safe haven to discover their own wants and needs and will be of interest to both couples and individual counselors.
Market: General trans market - specifically partners of trans or gender questioning people. Professionals such as counsellors guiding trans couples.
This book is desperately needed in the field of transgender mental health. I would recommend it to my patients who want resources for partners to help them adjust to their loved-one's transition.
D. M. Maynard has been an educator in New York for over thirty years and has used her expertise in teaching to create workshops and present internationally to empower the voices and help navigate the journeys of the partners who are in a relationship with individuals who are questioning their gender or now identify as transgender.