POLARE NEWS

SPRING BRINGS NEW BEGINNINGS AT THE GENDER CENTRE

 

Welcome to our latest Polare Newsletter,

Transgender issues continue to roil the political landscape, but the Gender Centre remains focused on providing the best services we can to our community. Firstly, we’d like to say a fond farewell to Natalie Desilver who leaves the Gender Centre after nearly 2 years of hard work and dedication. Replacing Natalie is Emily Bergen who takes on the role of caseworker in crisis and transitional housing, advocacy, outreach and health education. Growth and renewal at the GC doesn’t stop there. We’ve recently been joined by Family therapist Annie Looby who is available for appointments on Fridays. Looking forward, we’re about to welcome Suny Pereira as our brand new Saturday speech pathologist. Sony is a qualified, bulk-billing speech path and interested community members can check out the GC website for referral pathways into the Gender Centre to see Suny. On top of Emily, Annie and Suny we have our regular hardworking psychologists. Ellis, Ella, James and Sinead as well as our councillor Candi.

Phinn Borg
Executive Director
The Gender Centre

GC News (6)

Groups (2)

Health (20)


Wednesday, 18 September 2019

Meet the Staff at the Gender Centre - Ben
  • My name is Ben and I’m a fourth year Social Work student studying at Western Sydney University. I’ve been undertaking my field education with the Gender Centre since June...

Tuesday, 17 September 2019
The Financial Costs of Gender Transition

Tuesday, 17 September 2019

Monday, 16 September 2019

Groups At the Gender Centre: Over 40s
  • 25th September, 2019

    Our over 40s social group meets on the Last Wednesday from 1:30-3:30pm. Hope to see you there!