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Do I belong? Shame and anxiety among queer men in the margins

Develop a deeper understanding of working with loneliness and belonging among queer men in the margins.

Do I belong? Looks at the lived experiences of queer-identified men who hold identities that further marginalize their lives. By using relational-cultural, feminist, and queer theory approaches, we will look at how to humbly hold space for queer men in the margins as well as discuss unique stressors for these men.

Great for therapists and wellness providers working with queer men.

David Khalili, LMFT is a marriage and family therapist, founder of Rouse Relational Wellness, and identifies as a queer first-gen man raised by immigrant parents. David takes his 20 years of research, clinical work, and years of lived experience to help you provide a higher level of relational care for your clients.

Continuing Education Learning Objectives:

  • Identify 3 unique stressors for queer men in the margins
  • Describe a relational-cultural approach to shame and anxiety

  • Explain 3 approaches to reducing anxiety for queer men in the margins


Format and Length:

Live video format over password-protected Zoom. Total running time 90 minutes. Progress is saved after each lesson section so you can complete the course in multiple sittings. Please note that if you leave the course in the middle of a video, quiz, or survey section you may be required to start that section from the beginning.


Topic Area:

Clinical practice

Instructional Level:

All levels

 Completion Requirements:

To obtain your CE certificate, you must watch the entire workshop, complete a satisfaction survey, and obtain a score of 70% or higher on a course completion quiz. You are allowed to take the quiz as many times as you need. 

Completion Quiz and Course Evaluation:

After the workshop, the course completion quiz will be available to complete, followed by the course evaluation.

Who Should Attend:

Counselors, masters or doctoral level clinical social workers, and marriage and family therapists. Those who personally experience sex anxiety and/or would like to improve their intimate communication skills. 

Course Date:

June 30, 2022 

Conflict of Interest Statement:

There is no potential conflict of interest or outside commercial support for this course.

Refund Grievance Policy:

Click here for the full refund and grievance policy.

Contact Information:

For any inquiries related to subject matter guidance, correction, grading, comments, or problem resolution please contact us at [email protected]

What People Are Saying:

The workshop was full of hopeful practical help. Most useful was providing the language for how to talk about it with a potential partner.

Workshop Attendee

David is a knowledgeable and down-to-earth presenter.

Workshop Attendee

David is a knowledgeable and down-to-earth presenter. He teaches with great thoughtfulness and dry humor, and did a great job making time and space for workshop participants to bring in their questions.

Workshop Attendee