DEWALD LECTURE—What Are We Learning? Gender Development – an ongoing process throughout Development
Speaker: Don Spivak
Gender is very much on people’s minds these days. People are wondering about gender development, gender expression, and gender conflicts. They’re asking questions such as “How do we become the gender we express?” “What variants in gender expression are there?” “What do we know about gender development through the lifespan and what are we still learning?” These questions will be addressed in this presentation. While learning about gender development and expression, participants will have the opportunity to think about their own ideas about gender, will become acquainted with the anxieties that are ubiquitous when thinking about gender, and will learn about the fluid nature of gender.
Date: September 24, 2021 from 7;30 p.m. / Price: $25 without credits, $40 with 1.5 credits/ For Beginners / Audience: Community / Location: Zoom
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Cancellations will be accepted up to one week prior to the first session. Make check payable and send to St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute 7700 Clayton Rd, Ste 200, St. Louis, MO 63117
- Elements of Gender Development-Identify developmental expressions of gender and will be able to apply their knowledge to help children find and express their own creative expressions of their gendered selves.
- Gender Expectations-Explore and list their own gendered ideas and to examine ways that general human attributes have been sorted by society’s expectations of gender roles.
- Atypical Gender Development & Expression-Describe ways gender may be expressed in atypical or unexpected manners. Participants will be able to assess and list potential meanings and begin to predict possible further developments. They will be able to identify the fluid and changing nature of gender expression through developments.
- Gender Roles and their Refinement through Development-Identify variations and refinements in gender expressions through development. Examine developmental interferences in the successful integration of a person’s interests and gender role ideas.