photo by Rachel Hanon
Hi! My name is Taryn Crosby, and I’m a Brooklyn-based social worker and facilitator. Through workshops, consultation and speaking engagements, I help foster conversations about challenging, important and sticky topics in an engaging way. All of my work is grounded in an anti-oppressive, liberatory and sex-positive framework.
I am most passionate, inspired and knowledgeable about mental health, pleasure, LGBTQ-inclusivity and sexual & reproductive health, and this has been reflected in my latest work:
- Lectured on “Queering Clinical Practice” at Columbia University School of Social Work
- Led a workshop with staff and board members of Unlocal on dismantling systems of oppression and vicarious trauma
- Presented “Working with Transgender Adolescents,” discussing clinical considerations and cultivating a trans-inclusive practice, at The National Association of Social Workers, New York Chapter Social Work in the City Conference
- Led a psychotherapy group on sex & relationships at the city’s first yoga-based eating disorder treatment center, Aurora Behavioral Health
Over the years, I have also been fortunate to do workshops and talks in various settings, from private events to colleges and universities, non-profit organizations, private events and publications.
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