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April 1st 2021: Encore: A Transgender Journey: When Our Son Became a Daughter

In celebration of Trans Day of Visibility and with recognition of many like Dr. Rachel Levine, the New Assistant Secretary for Health and the first transgender woman to be Senate confirmed, I encore this powerful story. In this podcast, Jane Baker, author of the book, Trading Places: When Our Son Became a Daughter, shares the insider experience of parenting her son while he makes the decision to disclose his true self and take steps to become a transgender woman. As the mother of this transgender woman, Jane Baker reveals her own doubts, anguish,and fears. She shares her mission to learn eve

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Jane Baker

Jane Baker is the author of the Memoir, Trading Places: When Our Son Became a Daughter. In this important book, Jane Baker tells the story of supporting her adult child through gender transition while struggling to overcome deep personal anguish about it.
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Dr. Antonia Caretto

Dr. Antonia Caretto is a licensed Clinical Psychologist practicing in Farmington Hills,MI since 1994. Treating a wide range of adults and children she specializes in Gender Variance and Dysphoria in addition to Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Disorders and Seasonal Affective Disorders.
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