Katelyn R. Regan, LSW, MEd, is a clinical social worker at the Gender and Sexuality Development Clinic at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She provides one-on-one psychotherapy, connects families to trans-competent care close to home, and schedules medical appointments for the clinic’s 700+ families. Katelyn also provides education and training to medical, counseling and education professionals about the complexities of gender identity and how providers can become more inclusive in their respective practices.
Education and Training
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)Licensed Social Worker (LSW)
BS in Physiology - Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
BA in French - Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
MSW, MEd in Human Sexuality - Widener University, Chester, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Clinical Social Worker
Departments and Services
Regan KR, Libby BD, Dowshen N. Partnering with Schools, Sports Teams, Religious Organizations, and Other Community-Based Organizations. in Forcier M, Brown J, Brown R (eds). AM:STARs: LGBTQ Youth: Enhancing Care For Gender and Sexual Minorities. Adolesc Med, spring 2018, vol. 29, p. 152–167. American Academy of Pediatrics. ISBN (electronic): 978-1-61002-137-1
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