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2023 Annual Mid-Winter Meeting

2023 Midwinter Meeting

JANUARY 15-16, 2023

US Grand Hotel

 Healthcare for Transgender and Sexual Minority Individuals:  
Competencies, Ethics and Practice


This meeting builds on our series of mid-winter meetings to inform clinical health psychology training programs on innovations in training related to health service psychology, with the theme of Healthcare for Transgender and Sexual Minority individuals which has become even more salient in this political climate.  The meeting will be held at the San Diego U.S. Grant Hotel beginning Sunday morning January 15, and concluding at noon on Monday, January 16, 2023 (Martin Luther King Holiday). The meeting is in conjunction with & directly following the Annual Mid-Winter CUDCP Meeting.

Conference speakers:

Day 1: Sunday January 15th (8:00am-4:15pm)


  • Cathi Grus, PhD, Chief Education Officer, APA
  • Nadine Nakamura, PhD, Professor CSPP, Alliant International University, San Diego; Co-Chair APA LGB Guidelines Revision Task Force
  • Christy L. Olezeski, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Director Yale Gender Program, Yale School of Medicine
  • Tyson Pankey, PhD, Assistant Professor, Associate Program Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (Education), Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Duke University School of Medicine
  • Colleen Sloan, PhD, Boston VAMC Interdisciplinary Transgender Treatment Team Lead
  • Panel Discussion

 Day 2: Monday January 16th (8:00am-12:00pm)

  • Katy Trotta, PsyD, APA Div. 44 Co-Chair, Public Policy Committee
  • Jamison Green, Author, Becoming a Visible Man
  • Small Group Discussion
  • Business Meeting for CCHPTP Members

Program Chairs:

  • Serina Neuman, PhD, Hampton VA Medical Center
  • Bernadette Heckman, PhD, University of Georgia


CE Credits

CE credits available through Wayne State University for those who attended in person. The Department of Psychology at Wayne State University is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Department of Psychology at WSU maintains responsibility for the program and its contents.