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Wellness, Identity, & Gender Lab


University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Counseling Psychology

 

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Wellness, Identity, & Gender Lab


University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Counseling Psychology

 

Gender is the poetry each of us makes out of the language we are taught.

- Leslie Feinberg, Trans Liberation: Beyond Pink or Blue

 

The Wellness, Identity, and Gender Lab (WIGL) is composed of students and faculty at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's (UNL) Counseling Psychology program who are passionate about research, scholarship, and advocacy for marginalized individuals and communities. Our work has focused primarily on the life experiences and identity processes of sexual and gender minority populations to date, though we are committed to empowering and working toward combatting the effects of marginalization for all individuals. For more information about our research and our team members, please see tabs above (descriptions for each tab are included below).

For community members: Welcome! We are so glad that you have found your way here and we welcome your input or any questions you may have. We are also happy to provide trainings, talks, facilitate community discussions, or provide more information about current research projects. Please contact us with any comments, questions, or requests, or if you are interested in participating in one of our research studies. 

For prospective counseling psychology students: If you are considering applying to counseling psychology graduate programs, I also want to welcome you and I invite you to submit an application to our program here at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I will be accepting students for Fall 2019.

 

Want to learn more about some of our current and past research projects? This page provides a brief overview of some current and past projects, as well as links to pdfs of published works.

 

To learn more about members of the Wellness, Identity, and Gender Lab (WIG-L), check out our "Meet the Team" page.

 

This page is currently under construction. We are compiling some resources that may be helpful to researchers, clinicians, families of sexual and gender minority individuals, and community members. We're always looking for more, so if you have anything you'd like to recommend, feel free to email Elliot Tebbe at tebbe@unl.edu

 

For more information about Elliot Tebbe, check out this page, which contains a link to his CV as well as more information about his approaches to mentorship, teaching, and research.

 

This page includes an online message form, as well as contact information for Elliot Tebbe and the WIG-L team.

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