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“Margot Meitner’s clinical experience providing sensitive mental health care for transgender clients deeply informs her trainings on trans issues. She brings a wonderful combination of mental health knowledge and understanding of the challenges of living transgender in America. Her presentations are organized and thorough, engaging and informative.”
“Margot Meitner led an engaging presentation for our adult psychiatry staff on transgender issues in health care with keen insight and personal warmth. Ms. Meitner possesses great skill in balancing her vast knowledge and awareness of LGBTQ issues with openness and encouragement that allows others to critically explore sensitive issues with ease. I would highly recommend her for future trainings to anyone supporting the LGBTQ community.”
“I have had the pleasure of working with Margot as a consultant. She helped the Women’s Community Clinic determine our mental health needs and explore possible partnership options with another agency. She has a great depth of knowledge in her field as a therapist and social worker. She understands the complexities of health care settings, particularly those providing services to individuals who have limited access. She is a wonderful person to work with and possesses great energy and passion for her work. She brought great insight to our process and was very skilled at translating her knowledge to a lay person who may not be familiar with mental health issues. This helped bridge the gap in our process and made communication smoother. I would recommend Margot without hesitation.”
Training & Consultation
Margot uses her extensive knowledge of mental health and diversity issues to help people and organizations function more cohesively and better address the needs of the people they serve.
She has consulted with medical institutions to establish mental health programs or help them better integrate existing mental health services with medical and social services. She has also educated non-mental health professionals in mental health issues, enabling them to more effectively serve their client populations who struggle with these issues.
Margot has provided training and consultation around mental health issues and diversity issues for a number of medical and mental health care agencies, academic institutions, Jewish organizations, and non-profits including:
A sample of training topics include: