Community Recognition

Congratulations to 
Dr. Tom Mazur, 
the 2016 GLYS Gayla Honoree 


Congratulations to 
Allison Bartels and Danielle Cook,
the recipients of the 2016 Friendship Award!

 The Center for Psychosexual Health presented their 
2nd Community Conference
Gender Nonconformity: 
A Community Response to a Vulnerable Population
On November 5, 2016, The Center for Psychosexual Health (CPH) held their 2nd conference at Canisius College entitled, Gender Nonconformity: A Community Response to a Vulnerable Population. We were honored to have world renowned psychologists, Dr. Ken Zucker and Dr. William Bukowski as our keynote speakers. We would like to thank Dr. Zucker, Dr. Bukowski, and all of our workshop presenters, for helping CPH make this conference such a great success!

The Center for Psychosexual Health was honored to be a presenter at the worlds largest conference for transgender health! Our presentation on our work in the NYS prison system was well received. Thank you World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) for the amazing opportunity to present in Amsterdam!

For more than 20 years, Buffalo Business First’s 40 Under 40 program has been recognizing up-and-coming leaders who are making a significant impact on Buffalo and the surrounding community. This year, The Center for Psychosexual Health is proud to include one of our own on this prestigious list— Danielle Cook.

Selected from a pool of more than 160 nominees, the 40 Under 40 award is given to professionals like Danielle, who demonstrate business accomplishments, community involvement and high levels of achievement within their career fields. This year’s class was selected by a five-person panel of former 40 Under 40 winners.

The Center congratulates Danielle on this accomplishment and were delighted show our support for her at the awards cocktail party in early November.

        Congratulations Danielle!!

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