Clinical Mentorship Call

Trans Care BC’s clinical support initiative is a weekly, virtual lunch-hour meeting for providers who are supporting Two-Spirit, trans, and gender diverse people.

Trans Care BC's Clinical Mentorship Call is held every Thursday from 12:10 -1:00 p.m. (Pacific Time). If you would like to be involved, please email to be included on our distribution list. Meeting minutes will be made available to all members.

Participants are encouraged to bring questions, scenarios, and share from their clinical experience. Mentors will share from their experience, support discussion, and answer questions.

Rotating themes:

  • Medical care (i.e. primary care, gynecological care, surgery, hormones)
  • Child, youth, and family care
  • Psychosocial care
  • Readiness assessment
  • Special topics (i.e. ethics, legal, intersecting identities and experiences, peer and community supports, etc.)

Get to know our upcoming mentors

Click on a session date and name below to learn more about our clinical mentors.

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J. Matsui De Roo is a third generation Japanese Canadian, mixed race, queer, trans and nonbinary settler, living and working on the unceded ancestral lands of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh nations. Matsui is a registered clinical counsellor and clinical supervisor who offers anti-oppression based education, supervision and guidance for mental health, medical and front line workers with an area of focus in Two-Spirit, trans, non binary and gender diverse wellness. 

Areas of specialization include resilience and healing from trauma; honouring and centering people with intersectional identities; gender affirming sexual health and wellness; supporting individuals living with chronic pain and disability; and helping health care practitioners navigate living and working in small communities. 

Join us next week for Clinical Mentorship Call.

Join Lu Lam for an experiential gathering to learn more about heart, body, and land-based mindfulness wellness approaches that QTBIPOC communities are asking for. Simple tools will be offered that can enhance how you can support QTBIPOC folks. 

Lu Lam, M. Ed. C.C.C. is a Chinese-Taiwanese trans-identified Clinical Counsellor, Clinical Educator, and Mindfulness Consultant in private practice.  Lu's been supporting trans, non-binary, Two-Spirit, and gender-expansive communities for over 13 years.  

Lu specializes in an intersectional anti-oppression approach that is body and land-based, trauma-informed, and rooted in mindfulness. He has developed a trans-affirming curriculum for health institutions and post-secondary organizations in both Toronto and Vancouver. He loves to meditate, cherish family time, hike, wild swim, paddle, and climb. 

After completing her residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2013 at UBC, Nicole pursued additional training at the University of Ottawa.  She completed a Fellowship in Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology in June 2014.  She also added a Health Care Education Scholars Program Diploma from the Academy for Innovation in Medical Education to her list of accomplishments.


She has joined the UBC Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology as a Clinical Assistant Professor, and the medical staff at BC Women's Hospital, BC Children's Hospital and Vancouver General Hospital.  Her adult general obstetrics and gynecology referral practice is based at the Diamond Health Care Centre.

Mia Mosters RSLP is a registered speech-language pathologist with the College of Speech and Hearing BC as well as Speech and Hearing Canada (SAC) and  the BC association for speech-language pathologists and audiologists (BCASLPA). Mia obtained her Masters of Speech Pathology from UBC as well as her diploma in Logopaedics from Germany. Mia is fluent in English and German.  She has 16 years experience working with adults in acute care hospital settings, in and out patient rehabilitation and voice therapy. Mia runs her own private practice which includes voice therapy, gender affirming voice therapy and neurological communication disorders. Mia has a passion for working with people in various settings and helping them achieve their goals for optimal communication.

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