Q-Con: The Road Less Travelled
September 15, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
About this event
This is a two-hour workshop where participants will be introduced to Identity Based Trauma (IBT) as it relates to the LGBTI+ community. The facilitator Anne Marie Toole, supported by a second psychologist and staff from LGBTI+ community groups, will talk us through the mechanics of IBT -, how it originates, what it feels like and how do we make sense of its relation to self-esteem, social anxiety and our attachment styles and relationship patterns.
The workshop will explore the social and cultural structures that inform IBT and the internalisation of homophobia, biphobia and transphobia. She will also help participants to become more aware of when trauma is activated, guide the group though understanding how the nervous system works and explore how to reconnect with our determined organic and authentic selves .
Q-Con – Queer women’s sexual health and wellbeing conference
Monday 13th – Friday 17th September
Come one, come all: lesbians, bi, queer and trans women, non-binary fem-of-centre folk, this sexual health and well-being week is for you!
Like a long-awaited lover’s touch, we’ve all been craving a space to talk about us – the strange, the wonderful, the delectable and the difficult! LINC, BeLoNGTo, LGBT Ireland and Dublin Lesbian Line have created a week-long online festival with a fabulous line up for community discussion and exploration on many sex and sexual-health related topics and areas of interest. From pleasure to menopause and diversity to difficulty, check out the incredible programme of nightly workshops all accessible from the comfort of your own home.
Booking via Eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/q-con-the-road-less-travelled-tickets-166651076857?aff=ebdsoporgprofile
We will aim to make these events as inclusive as possible, if you have any access requirements please get in touch with us at email@example.com and we will make every effort to accommodate you.
These events exist as a safe space for our community including lesbian and bisexual women, trans women and non-binary people who identify with this community. The topics discussed may be sensitive in nature and it is the foremost priority to ensure the safety and well-being of our community, therefore the organising group reserve the right to remove any individual who threatens the sense of safety we aim to achieve.