Terry Taylor, MSW, LSW, LCDC-III is a Licensed Social Worker and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor in the State of Ohio. Terry received his Master of Social Work from The Ohio State University’s College of Social Work in the Advanced Standing Alternative Program. Terry has also received a Bachelor of Science in Social Work and an Associate of Arts and Sciences degree from The Ohio State University, as well. Terry has specific clinical training and interest in treating the LGBTQ community, with a specific focus in Trans-identified clients, and also those who live with Substance Use Disorders. Terry has practiced in both inpatient and outpatient mental health and alcohol and drug treatment settings with children, adolescents, and adults. Terry works for North Central Mental Health as an LGBTQ Specialist and practices at Stonewall Columbus. His position is grant funded through the ADAMH Board of Franklin County. Terry is dedicated to providing culturally humble and competent care to LGBTQ+ populations though motivational interviewing, harm reduction, integrated mind-body-spirit, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Presentation: Harm Reduction and Cultural Competence in Outpatient Alcohol and Drug Treatment Settings
Time: Breakout Session 2
1. To gain an understanding of risk factors the LGBTQ+ community faces in terms of addiction.
2. To learn pragmatic strategies to improve cultural competence with LGBTQ+ identified clients in social service agencies.
3. To gain a better conceptualization and skill set of assessment and engagement strategies with LGBTQ+ identified clients.