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Supporting Transgender Youth Across Psychosocial Systems.

Transgender children and adolescents are at an elevated risk for negative mental health outcomes due to exposure to stigma and discrimination regarding their identity. While various environments may perpetuate this stigma, many supports also exist that can bolster safety, affirmation, and resilience in this population. Opportunities for support exist within schools, broader communities, religious organizations, and with medical professionals who practice gender-affirming care. Clinicians who are familiar with resources in their communities can effectively guide transgender youth and their families to these affirming spaces.

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