Dr. Malouf provides training and consultation to organizations large and small. He is also available for ongoing supervision for psychology trainees and specific case consultation for other child and adult provider colleagues.
Dr. Malouf presents on a range of topics related to cultural competency and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Queer, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTQI) Issues. He has experience presenting to both general and health provider audiences including: professional organizations, student groups, policy makers, academic grand rounds, etc.. Dr. Malouf is happy to customize a workshop, continuing education program or keynote speech for your organization or event on any of the following topics:
- Transgender Health Care and the Interface of Behavioral and Medical Treatment
- Introductory Intersex/Differences of Sex Development (DSD) Issues
- Clinical/Counseling Concerns for Individuals and Families with an Intersex Condition/DSD Diagnosis
- Shared Medical Decision Making Models for Treatment of DSD
- Multicultural Microaggressions in Professional/Academic Organizations
- Introductory Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender (LGBT) Issues
- Clinical/Counseling Concerns for LGBT Youth, Families and Couples
- Systems of Care for LGBT Youth and Families
Recent speaking invitations:
- September 2022 – Psychosocial Studies Intersex International. Panel Moderator
- July 2022 – Center of Excellence: LGBTQ+ Behavioral Health Equity. All about the “I”: Intersex Inclusion Panel (Panelist)
- June 2022 – Center of Excellence: LGBTQ+ Behavioral Health Equity. All About the “I”: Intersex Inclusion w/ Katharine Dalke MD
- March 2022 – Kennedy Krieger Institute, Behavioral and Neuro Psychology Continuing Education Series: LGBTQ-Based Microaggressions: Understanding, Making Meaning and Intervening.
- November 2021 – East Towson Counseling Services. Ethics and the Role of Mental Health Providers in Pre- Medical/Surgical Evaluations: Advanced Focus on Gender.
- October 2021 – Multicultural Assessment Conference. Cultural Assessment Panel (Panelist).
- August 2019 – Kennedy Krieger Institute, Behavior Management Clinic. Trans-Competent Care: An Overview
- April 2019 – Park School of Baltimore. A Conversation About Variation in Gender Identity and Expression
- January 2019 – George Washington University’s Graduate Program in LGBT Health Policy & Practice. Conceptualizing Intersexuality: Controversies in DSD Care
- October 2018 – Institute of Living’s Treating the Whole Person LGBTQ Conference: Transitioning Together: Clinical and Developmental Considerations for Partners and Families
- June 2018 – American Institutes for Research Pride: Under the Umbrella but Still Getting Wet: LGBTQI2-S Minority Stress
- May 2017 – Baltimore County Health Dept Annual Diversity Conference. Sickness and Society: Can Health Providers Heal Minority Stress?
- February 2017 – National Association of School Psychologists Convention. It’s Not Just Bathrooms: Supporting Students’ Gender Identity and Expression.
- April 2016 – Maryland School Psychologists Association Spring Conference. Core Competencies to Create Safe and Supportive Schools for LGBTQ Students
- April 2016 -Penn State University School of Medicine, Psychiatry Grand Rounds. The Psychiatric Needs of LGBTQ Youth: The 5 Ws of Assessment and Intervention.
- March 2016 -National Institutes of Health/Johns Hopkins University, Genetic Counseling Program. Helping Individuals with Intersex Conditions: Social, Cultural, and Biological Considerations In Gender and Sex.
- October 2015 – Hartford Hospital, LGBTQ IOP Open House Speaker Series: Youth in Transition: Integrated Behavioral Health for Transgender Individuals Entering Emerging Adulthood.
Please see Dr. Malouf’s CV for a full listing of his presentations, lectures and trainings.
Dr. Malouf has experience developing protocols for transgender adults and youth in both community health and hospital settings and is an expert on the psychology of intersexuality and differences of sex development. He also has a background writing and administering NIH and IES grants, and since 2012 has served on SAMHSA’s National Workgroup to Address the Needs of Children and Youth Who Are LGBTQI2-S and Their Families. He is on WPATH’s SOC8 Revision Committee and a medical advisor to the AIS-DSD Support Group. He is happy to provide technical assistance to your organization in support of program development, grant submission or other projects.