Welcome to Transpire
Just the Basics
"The 'T' Isn't Silent" is a foundational, two-hour training designed to introduce trans and LGBQ identities to those seeking to be supporters/allies to these communities.
Advanced Trainings are also offered.
In this two-hour workshop for mental health professionals, we begin by introducing, defining, and discussing core concepts and shared language.
This dynamic healthcare workshop can be presented at an introductory or advanced level, but is recommended as a two-part training.
Transpire offers various two-hour trainings that address the complexities of gender identity/expression and sexual orientation in the workplace.
Transpire offers a number of trainings designed specifically for homelesness and youth homelessness Continuum of Care (CoC) providers.
Equity, diversity, inclusion.
Our work centers equity, diversity, and inclusion, and translates these core values into actionable items that promote awareness, strengthen teams, and ultimately increase the safety, productivity, and sustainability of not only individual agencies and companies, but also, communities.
By the Numbers…
The 2015 U.S. Transgender Survey (USTS) is the largest survey examining the experiences of transgender people in the United States, with 27,715 respondents from all fifty states, the District of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico,
and U.S. military bases overseas.
of all trans people are living in poverty
had at least one negative experience related to being transgender at their health care provider
have attempted suicide in their lifetime
Americans identify as transgender.
What We Offer
Transpire provides interactive, dynamic, up-to-date transgender and LGBTQ competency trainings, speaking engagements, and consulting/collaboration for corporations, small businesses, and community-based organizations. We are glad to train/speak almost anywhere, and our work can be tailored to suit the needs of the team, environment, profession, or event.
None of our successes around diversity and inclusion have occurred in silos. It’s okay to ask for support — especially with topics that we are still learning about.
Let's Work Together!