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This site is incomplete as I am working on adding more resources to it. If you need specific information,  Facebook message me and I will put it up as soon as I get time. 

Sincerely,

Dawn Kohler and the DMKbooks Staff.

 Disclaimer: this is simply a collection of resources. Dawn Kohler and dmkbooks do not guarantee results from any of these resources and recommend researching these resources further before you and your caregiver proceed. Dawn is not a doctor or a lawyer. 

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LGBTQ+ Resources 

         My name is Dawn Kohler. I am a sis-gendered, Heterosexual white woman who uses she, her pronouns. I am an Ally. First of all I do not consider any LGBTQ+ Sexual orientations or Gender Identities wrong or disabled in any way. I was raised in a typical White Christian house hold where traditional views were preached at church and by older relatives. I have always been a very excepting person.  I enrolled in a course called Queer Psychology at Truman State University while studying Psychology there. It was taught by Dr. Sherri Palmer, who is a wealth of knowledge in this area and the Prism faculty advisor at Truman. She also advises families with queer children throughout the Northeast Missouri area. I wanted to take Queer Psychology in order to increase my understanding and help me to be a better advocate for people of all backgrounds, once I actually get a job in my field. Though I am by no means an expert, I would like to share some of the resources I gained through that class and other resources I have found since then. I hope you find them useful and relevant. 

For Parents 

Transgender Resources and Information

For LGBT Adults

For Children and Teens

For Parents

More resources coming soon