Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Mizock, L., Hopwood, R. (February 2018). Economic challenges associated with transphobia and implications for practice with transgender and gender diverse individuals. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 49(1), 64-75. doi: 10.1037/pro0000161

Mizock, L., Hopwood, R., Casey, H., Duhamel, E., Herrick, A., Puerto, G., & Stelmach, J. (2017). The transgender awareness webinar: Reducing transphobia among undergraduates and mental health providers. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Mental Health, 1–24. https://doi.org/10.1080/19359705.2017.1320696 

Cavanaugh, T. P., Hopwood, R. A., & Lambert, C. A. (2016). Informed Consent in the Medical Care of Transgender and Gender-Nonconforming Patients. AMA Journal of Ethics, 18(11), 1147–1155. https://doi.org/10.1001/journalofethics.2016.2016.11.toc-1611

Mizock, L. & Hopwood, R. (2016). Conflation and Interdependence in the Intersection of Gender and Sexuality Among Transgender Individuals. Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, 3(1), 93-103. doi: 10.1037/sgd0000157

Reisner, S. L., Bradford, J., Hopwood, R., Gonzalez, A., Makadon, H., Todisco, D., … Mayer, K. (2015). Comprehensive Transgender Healthcare: The Gender Affirming Clinical and Public Health Model of Fenway Health. Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine. doi:10.1007/s11524-015-9947-2

Reisner, S.L., Gamarel, K. E., Dunham, E., Hopwood, R., & Hwahng, S. (2013). Female-to-Male Transmasculine Adult Health: A Mixed-Methods Community-Based Needs Assessment. Journal of the American Psychiatric nurses Association, 19(5), 293-303. DOI: 10.1177/1078390313500693

Book Chapters

Hopwood, R. (in press). Approaching intersections of spirituality, religion, faith, and non-traditional gender identity in psychotherapy. In S. Sandage (Ed.), Spirituality and psychotherapy.

Hopwood, R. (2019). Religion, spirituality, and health behaviors: Intersections with gender diversity and aging. In M. Houlberg, C. Hardacker, & K. Ducheny (Eds.), Transgender and gender nonconforming health and aging. India: Springer Nature. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-95031-0

Hopwood, R. (2018). Supporting the transgender individual in deciding their pathway. In J Shipherd & M. Kauth (Eds.), Adult transgender care: An interdisciplinary approach for training mental health professionals (pp. 61-77). London & New York: Routledge Books.

Hopwood, R. & Witten, T. M. (2017). Spirituality, Faith, and Religion: The Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Experience. In A. A. Singh and l. m. dickey (Eds.), Handbook of affirmative counseling and psychological practice with transgender and gender nonconforming clients (pp. 213-230). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.    

Hopwood, R. & dickey, l. “Mental health supports and services.” (2014). In L. Erickson-Scroth (Ed.) Trans bodies trans selves. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.  

Carmel, T., Hopwood, R., & dickey, l. “Mental health concerns.” (2014). In L. Erickson-Schroth (Ed.) Trans bodies trans selves. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Conference Presentations

Hopwood, R. (2017, November). Oral presentation of qualitative research on economic challenges associated with transphobia and clinical practice implications. Presented results of research project, (PI: Lauren Mizock, PhD). University of California, San Francisco, Center of Excellence, 2017 National Transgender Health Summit, Oakland, California.

Hopwood, R. (2017, October). Foundations of Surgical Assessments with Trans Patients. Clinical seminar for mental health professionals. Advancing Excellence in Transgender Health Care: A Conference for the Whole Care Team. Fenway Health and Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts.

Hopwood, R. (2017, March). Transgender Populations, Disparities, & Care: An Overview. Keynote speaker. Transgender Health Conference. Eskenazi Hospital and Indiana University School of Medicine. Indianapolis, Indiana.

Hopwood, R. (2017, March). Sexual Health in Transgender Populations. Invited speaker. Trans* Health Conference 2017. Brown University, Alpert School of Medicine. Providence, Rhode Island.

Hopwood, R. (2017, February). Spirituality and Health for Sex and Gender Minorities: Intersection of Spirituality and Gender Minority Status for Intersex and Transgender Populations. Invited speaker and moderator on paper discussion on transgender identities and challenges facing transgender students at conservative Christian universities. Sex on the Margins: Managing Religious, Social, and Natural Scientific Models of Sex Differences. Boston University, School of Theology Conference. Boston, Massachusetts.

Hopwood, R. & Boskey, E. (2016, November). 1) Holistic Care: Holistic Health. 2) Hopwood, R. Panel member on religion and spirituality and LGBTQ people. IvyQ Conference 2016. Invited speaker on transgender health disparities, care, and religious and spiritual issues in care. Boston, Massachusetts.

Hopwood, R. (2016, October). Gender Affirmation Surgery: Foundations of Brief Surgical Assessments with Trans Clients. Invited four-hour professional development seminar. MaeBright Group, Therapist Training Series. Boston, Massachusetts.

Mizock, L., Hopwood, R., Casey, H., Duhammel, E., Herrick, A., Puerto, G., & Stelmach, J. (2016, August). The Transgender Awareness Webinar: Reducing transphobia among the general public and mental health providers. Conference paper oral presentation. American Psychological Association Annual Convention. Denver, Colorado.

Hopwood, R. (2016, August). Conceptualizations of religion in a small sample of female-to-male transsexuals. Oral research presentation. American Psychological Association Annual Convention. Denver, Colorado.

Hopwood, R. (2016, August). Relational and Relevant Psychotherapy: Transgender Identities and Stigma in Mental Health at the Intersection of Minority Stress and Resilience. Conference two-hour seminar for mental health clinicians. The Samaritan Institute 2016 Annual Conference. Denver, Colorado.

Hopwood, R. (2016, July). Expanding Access to Quality Health Care of Transgender People: The Growth and Development of a Successful Transgender Health Education Model. Conference symposium presentation. World Professional Association for Transgender Health. Amsterdam, Netherlands. (Acknowledgements: D. Pardee, S. Reisner, A. Preston-Sicari, T. Cavanaugh, H. Makadon.)

Hopwood, R. & Cavanaugh, T. (2016, July). Evolution of the Fenway Health model of care for transgender and GNC patients. Poster presentation. World Professional Association for Transgender Health. Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Hopwood, R. (2016, June). Intermediate-Level Clinical Discussion & Skills Building. Clinical skills-building session in the professional education track. Trans Behavioral Health Initiative (TBHI). 15th Annual Philadelphia Transgender-Health Conference. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Grasso, C. & Hopwood, R. (2016, May). Customizing CPS to Collect sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data and Developing Clinical Workflows to meet the Needs of Transgender Patients. Conference session presentation. Centricity LIVE 2016 by GE Healthcare. Phoenix, Arizona.

Hopwood, R. (2016, May). Affirmative care and best practices for front line staff. Invited conference session. Sixth Annual Transgender Medical Symposium. Broward County Department of Public Health. Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Hopwood, R., Cavanaugh, T., Pardee, D., & Glover, S. (2016, April). Providing Meaningful and Affirmative Care of Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Patients. Panel presentation. Sex, Sexuality, and Gender: Identity, Theory, and Clinical Practice conference. Harvard Medical School, Department of Psychiatry & Cambridge Health Alliance Physicians Organization. Boston, Massachusetts.

Howood, R. (2016, April). Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Populations: Basic Understanding and Insight. Conference session presentation. Massachusetts Dietetic Association Annual Nutrition Convention and Exposition 2016. Norwood, Massachusetts.

Hopwood, R. & Savage, M. (2016, March). Becoming a trans inclusive clinician. Six-hour clinical seminar in mental health care and treatment of transgender and gender diverse people. Center for Professional Innovation – Bridgewell Training Center. Chelmsford, Massachusetts.

Hopwood, R. & Reisner, S. (2015, October). Gender Affirmative Health Care: Terminology, Demographics, and Epidemiology. Invited opening session. Advancing Excellence in Transgender Health Care 2015, Fenway Health, Boston, Massachusetts.

Hopwood, R. & Cavanaugh, T. (2015, October). Overview of Gender Affirming Surgeries. Invited session. Advancing Excellence in Transgender Health Care 2015, Fenway Health, Boston, Massachusetts.

Mizock, L., & Hopwood, R. (2015, August). The Intersection of Gender and Sexuality Among Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Individuals. Conference paper oral presentation. American Psychological Association Annual Convention. Toronto, Ontario.

Hopwood, R. & Cavanaugh, T. (2015, January). Understanding and Assessing the Sexual Health of Transgender Patients. Invited speaker. Trans* Health Conference 2015. Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island.

Hopwood, R. (2012, August). Basic Competency in Trans Care for Mental Health and Medical Providers, and Creating a Multidisciplinary Approach to Trans Care: Community Health Care—The Fenway Model. Invited keynote speaker. Southeastern Transgender Health Summit 2012: Providing Access, Promoting Wellness, for the Asheville, NC, Mountain Area Health Education Center. Asheville, North Carolina.

Mizock, L., Lundquist, C., Hopwood, R., & Merryman, R. (2014, August). Coping with Transphobia to Promote Resilience Among Transgender Individuals. Conference paper oral presentation. American Psychological Association Annual Convention. Washington, D.C.

Reisner, S., Gamarel, K. E., Dunham, E., & Hopwood, R. (2012, October). Health behaviors and perceived healthcare needs of transmasculine adults: Findings from a mixed methods community-based needs assessment. Conference paper oral presentation. 140st APHA Annual Meeting and Exposition 2012. San Francisco, California.

Hopwood, R. (2012, May). Saving our Lives: Trans Suicide Prevention. Connecting for Safe and Resilient Communities: Suicide Prevention across the Lifespan. Conference session. 11th Annual Massachusetts Suicide Prevention Conference, Marlborough, Massachusetts.

Hopwood, R. & Lewis, T. (2012, January). Transgender suicide risks and protective factors: prevention and intervention skills. Conference session. First Event 2012. Peabody, Massachusetts.

Hopwood, R. (2011, June). Suicide Prevention in Transgender Communities. Invited speaker. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Symposium on LGBT Suicide Prevention. Boston, Massachusetts.

Hopwood, R. & Reisner. S. (2011, June). Trans Male Research Update: Sexual Health, Mental Health, and Discrimination. Conference session. 10th Annual Philadelphia Trans-Health Conference. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Hopwood, R. & Lewis, T. (2011, May). Suicidality in the Transgender Community: Statistics, Risks and Prevention. Invited session. Massachusetts Suicide Prevention Conference, 2011. Boston, Massachusetts.

Hopwood, R., Auge, R., Vitale, A., & Hraca, K. (2011, April). Psychotherapy with Trans Adults: Suicide Risks and Protective Factors. Panel presentation. University of California, San Francisco, Center for Excellence for Transgender Health, National Transgender Health Summit. San Francisco, California.

Hopwood, R. (2010, November). Introduction & Application: Language, Forms, Lobbies, and Bathrooms. Invited keynote. University of Indianapolis.  Department of Psychology professional conference: Understanding & Ethically Treating Transgender & Gender-Variant Clients. Indianapolis, Indiana.

Hopwood, R., Arno, A. & Sammons, S. (2010, November). Clinical Diagnosis and Referrals for Gender Affirmation: A Basic Competency Training for Working with Adults. Panel presentation. Department of Psychology professional conference: Understanding & Ethically Treating Transgender & Gender-Variant Clients. Indianapolis, Indiana.

Hopwood, R. (2010, October). Clinical Considerations for Work with Transgender Clients. Invited speaker. American Medical Student Association (AMSA) 2010 Conference. Providence, Rhode Island.

Hopwood, R. (2010, June). 1) QPR: Question, Persuade, Refer; and 2) Hopwood, R. & Scott, G. Transgender Suicide Risks and Protective Factors: A Clinical Training for Providers. Two conference sessions. 9th Annual Philadelphia Trans-Health Conference. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Hopwood, R. (2010, April). Clinical Work and Advocacy with Transgender Clients: A skill based basic competency training for therapists. Invited 3-hour intensive clinical seminar. National Association of Social Workers, Massachusetts Chapter (NASW-MA) 2010 Symposium. Framingham, Massachusetts.

Hopwood, R. (2009, November). Transgender Suicide Prevention and Intervention: Supporting Transgender People. Invited speaker. Transcending Boundaries Conference. Worcester, Massachusetts.

Hopwood, R. (2009, May). Transgender Suicide Prevention and Intervention: Supporting Transgender People. Massachusetts Coalition for Suicide Prevention Annual Conference. 19 May 2009

Other

Hopwood, R. A. (2019). Primary Care—Who decides what being you look like? The Boston Pride Guide, 5, 110–113.