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The LGBTQ-Affirmative Psychotherapist Guild of Utah is a Utah-based, grassroots organization of licensed mental-health professionals and students-in-training. We share a collaborative commitment to make affirmative culturally competent therapy available for anyone.

Website Directory: https://www.lgbtqtherapists.com/directory.html

Recognizing LGBTQ+ Discrimination in the Workplace:
The first step to stopping discrimination in your workplace is being able to recognize where and how discrimination takes place, both from an internal and external perspective. LGBTQ+ persons may experience discrimination from any part of their work experience, but most commonly it can be seen:

During hiring and recruitment;
In shared or public office spaces;
From fellow employees or administrators;
In wage negotiations or pay gaps.

Discrimination or harassment in all these areas can make completing tasks, taking disciplinary action, and even reporting harassment unnecessarily difficult or uncomfortable.

This resource from FiscalTiger.com provides a breakdown of what constitutes harassment in these areas, what legal recourse might be available, and how to use resources and allies to improve and protect your working experience.
Note from the resource authors at FiscalTiger.com:
This resource is being updated based on the recent Supreme Court decision that it is a violation of federal law to discriminate against the LGBTQ+ Community in the workplace. Clearly we’re going to have to make some major revisions to the piece, but the guide is still full of information to help people recognize discrimination and understand legal resources that they have access to.

PFLAG Utah

PFLAG promotes the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons, their families and friends through

- support, to cope with an adverse society;
- education, to enlighten an ill-informed public;
- advocacy, to end discrimination and to secure equal civil rights.

Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays provides opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation and gender identity, and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity.

The Utah Pride Center’s mental health department, Bastian Counseling Services, offers individual therapy as well as support groups to individuals of the LGBTQIA+ community. Our weekly support groups require a brief intake meeting before attending. For details on the groups, and to schedule your intake meeting, please use the information provided below:

Women’s Support Group: https://utahpridecenter.org/counseling-and-support/womens-support-group/
Men’s Support Group: https://utahpridecenter.org/counseling-and-support/mens-support-group/
Trans/Non-Binary Support Group: https://utahpridecenter.org/counseling-and-support/adult-trans-and-non-binary-support-group/
SOSA (Survivors of Suicide Attempt) Support Group: https://utahpridecenter.org/counseling-and-support/survivors-of-suicide-attempt-sosa/
If you are interested in individual therapy, please send an email to therapy@utahpridecenter.org to schedule an appointment.

Utah Strong Recovery Project- If you or someone you know is experiencing stress, anxiety or
depression because of COVID-19, talk to a crisis counselor seven days a week, 7a-7p

Utah Strong Recovery Project- If you or someone you know is experiencing stress, anxiety or
depression because of COVID-19, talk to a crisis counselor seven days a week, 7a-7p. All
information is confidential and free of charge. Services include: emotional support, crisis
counseling, coping strategies, mental health education, and referrals if more help is needed.

Call/Text: 385-386-2289

Email (first name and phone number only): UtahStrong@utah.gov
For immediate response after hours: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

385-386-2289

If you love nature, you’re in good company. About half of Americans age 6 and older went outside for at least one activity in 2017, with jogging and running as the most popular ventures. Maybe that’s your thing—lacing up your sneakers and going for a run. Or perhaps you prefer hiking, biking, swimming or an organized sport.

Whatever it is that lures you outdoors, coming down with a sunburn or getting lost can put a serious crimp in your day. No thanks!

Good thing you have this handy guide. Read on for tips so you don’t get attacked by bears or end up with horrible sunburn or a painful bout of chafing.

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