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Survey Calls For Allies Of LGBT Community

By |2015-10-08T09:00:00-04:00October 8th, 2015|Michigan, News|


FARMINGTON HILLS – A new study is calling for allies of the LGBT community to shed light on their experience in the current fight for LGBT equality.
Kate Caddy, PsyS, M.A., TLLP and doctoral candidate researcher at the Michigan School of Professional Psychology, is calling for LGBT allies to participate in an extended interview in the hope that increased understanding will lead to growing and strengthening the ally base in current and future social justice movements.
All participantes must be 25 years or older, be a visible active member of the LGBT ally community for a period of no less than three years and be able to reflect upon and articulate the lived experience of being an out LGBT ally.
The interview could last up to two hours.
In the past, Caddy has worked as a psychotherapist for Affirmations and Ruth Ellis Center. She is a certified addictions counselor and received her masters in clinical psychology from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology.
To qualify for the survey, contact Caddy at kcaddy@missp.edu.

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