Families in Transition

FAMILIES IN TRANSITION
Parenting Gender Diverse Children,
Adolescents, and Young Adults

Edited By
Arlene Lev and Andrew Gottlieb

496 pages
Paperback, $50.00 / £40.00 ISBN: 9781939594297
Hardcover, $90.00 / £70.00 ISBN: 9781939594303
E-book, $41.99 / £33.00 ISBN: 9781939594310

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“This is an urgent, timely book that elucidates the complexities and revelations families face as they go through transition. Full of indispensable advice and wisdom, all beautifully organized and compassionately expressed, it is a vital guide.”
Andrew Solomon, Professor of Clinical Psychology, Columbia University Medical Center and author of Far From the Tree

“Within its pages, a dream team of professionals cover a giant plethora of topics. This book is the new go-to bible for all loved ones of transgender youth.”
Jeanette Jennings, mom of trans youth activist Jazz Jennings and President of the “Transkids Purple Rainbow Foundation”

“Incorporating the work of leading researchers and therapists, Lev and Gottlieb provide a comprehensive understanding of gender diverse kids and their families. Their balanced presentation pairs the most up-to-date research with real-life experiences of families in transition. The result is a compelling volume that bridges understandings, offers practical guidance, and inspires all of us to do better in supporting our gender expansive kids.”
M. Paz Galupo, Ph.D., Towson University, and Editor, Journal of GLBT Family Studies

“A compelling, comprehensive, and sensitive compendium of solutions for families of trans and gender creative youth! Offering gem-after-gem, Families in Transition is a gift, helping parents move towards acceptance for the sake of protection.”
Lee-Anne Gray, PsyD, author of LGBTQ+ Youth, Self-Compassion for Teens and The Happy Family

“Lev and Gottlieb pull together a comprehensive exploration of the power of family support, discuss the profound impact of raising a transgender and gender nonconforming child, and address the importance of affirmative approaches to help navigate their journey. The personal and professional focus on the often misunderstood and silenced voices of parents and family members, whose love, wisdom, concerns, struggles, and joys are candidly explored, makes this a must-read.”
Shawn V. Giammattei, PhD, Quest Family Therapy & Alliant International University (Rockway Institute)