THEMUSEUM will be closed on Thanksgiving Monday – October 9!

Open Wednesday - 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Proud to Be: Learning My Way

Join Justin Pinksin as he talks about insights, learnings and support for LGBTQIA youth and their families.

Meet Justin Pinksin 

Justin Pinksen currently holds multiple degrees and certificates with his most recent degree being a master of social work – which informs his work and allows him to deeply understand and address human dynamics and complex psychosocial factors holistically. He has worked with youth and families for nearly 15 years – in several different Canadian provinces, and in several cities in southern Ontario in a clinical capacity. He has worked within inpatient services, outpatient services, as a public servant as well as in private practice. 

Justin currently works from a trauma-focused lens, as a clinical child and family therapist and works primarily with youth between ages 5-18. Treatment focuses of much of Justin’s work include: gender and sexuality related challenges (including identity discovery, hormonal and transition navigation, and familial education). Other practice areas include intergenerational trauma, eating disorders, anxiety, substance abuse, loss and bereavement, familial violence and attachment-related challenges. Justin Identifies as a gay male (he/him pronouns) – and strives consistently to advocate and represent the LGBTQIA+ community within best community practices.  

This event will be happening for free on our YouTube channel

Time: Friday, June 25 at 11am