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Just discovered another terrific GC resource: the YouTube channel of Stephanie Winn, LMFT. Winn, who, after taking on a cohort of teenage/young adult clients with severe mental health disorders, some trans-identifying, became concerned about gender identity ideology and the gender affirmation model.

Winn's channel has interviews with familiar GC people (Helen Joyce, Colin Wright, de-transitioner Helena Kerschner), which are great! But it also hosts interviews with other therapists, and it's good to finally experience professionals in the psychology/ psychiatric field discuss their concerns about this ideology openly.

I saved the channel's interview with Helen Joyce to the Wayback Machine, but received a message that I wouldn't be able to retrieve the archived link for a couple of days. So...if you're interested in checking out Winn's interviews now, just search "You must be some kind of a therapist" on YouTube...that should get you to her channel.

Just discovered another terrific GC resource: the YouTube channel of Stephanie Winn, LMFT. Winn, who, after taking on a cohort of teenage/young adult clients with severe mental health disorders, some trans-identifying, became concerned about gender identity ideology and the gender affirmation model. Winn's channel has interviews with familiar GC people (Helen Joyce, Colin Wright, de-transitioner Helena Kerschner), which are great! But it also hosts interviews with other therapists, and it's good to finally experience professionals in the psychology/ psychiatric field discuss their concerns about this ideology openly. I saved the channel's interview with Helen Joyce to the Wayback Machine, but received a message that I wouldn't be able to retrieve the archived link for a couple of days. So...if you're interested in checking out Winn's interviews now, just search "You must be some kind of a therapist" on YouTube...that should get you to her channel.

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Is this the new avatar of Natalie Winn, aka Contrapoints?

He used to be a MRA, then he was a pretty insightful wokebro, then he was a woman, and now I don’t know what he is

No, not at all. Stephanie Winn is a legit therapist who is so articulate and bright, that Helen Joyce agreed to interview her.