Come and join us as we host Marc Campbell, here at Writer's Block Bookstore in Winter Park for an in-person event and signing on his latest book, I Love My Queer Kid!
This event is free for all to attend, but RSVPs are required. Please RSVP by signing up for a free general admission ticket or general admission with the book, prices at 20% off!
If you cannot attend the event but would like a signed copy, please follow the link here, and add in the notes you would like a signed copy.
ABOUT I LOVE MY QUEER KID
Create a loving, accepting home for your queer kid
This workbook is for parents and other caretakers whose child or young adult has come out as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, nonbinary, or any other queer identity. Ten weeks of accessible, thoughtful exercises are designed to help you gain perspective, challenge your assumptions and fears, and better understand and connect with your kid.
Marc Campbell draws on his experience as a licensed mental health counselor working with queer youth and their families to provide resources and real help for parents with children who have come out as LGBTQ+. The world may not always be kind to queer kids, but your home and family can be, and that makes all the difference.
Whether you're on board but confused or struggling deeply with learning about your child's identity, these exercises can help you do right by your kid. By embarking on this workbook, you'll increase your understanding of sexuality and gender, improve your connection with your child, and learn to support them with love and acceptance as they navigate their unique path to adulthood.
ABOUT MARC CAMPBELL
Marc Campbell is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Florida. He has worked in the counseling field for over five years. He is a part of the LGBTQ+ community and has experience working directly with LGBTQ+ youth, many of whom were homeless. As a LMHC, he had the unique experience of working as a middle school counselor, where he fought to start the first LGBTQ+ support group at a rural middle school in Central Florida. He was a panelist for Equality Florida's All Together Now Conference, which aims to secure safe learning environments for LGBTQ+ students. He was a guest speaker on Communication Skills and Body Positivity for Bros in Convo Initiative, a Black Queer-led grassroots organization focused on building community by educating and empowering queer people of color in Central Florida. He was also on the Social Justice Panel for Central Florida Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. His lived experience being a Black Queer licensed mental health counselor gives him a unique lens to write a workbook for parents on how to better support their queer children.