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Taking Care of Ourselves & Each Other

Health & Well-Being

George Segal's Gay Liberation on the campus of Stanford University. Credit: melastmohican / Deposit Photos

Training, Advocacy, Events & More

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Part of our working towards liberation includes actively educating the campus community, leading advocacy efforts, and dismantling harmful systems.

2023-24 Neighborhood Decorative Accent Line
Dragfest, 2023. Credit: Anthony Chen/Ethography

Training & Education

Knowing the importance of care and services that include and welcome a spectrum of identities, Weiland staff provide consultation and training for clinicians, students, staff, faculty, and other community members to increase inclusivity and awareness.

Old firehouse. Credit: Cole Griffiths / Stanford Daily


Weiland staff know that social change demands work on intrapersonal, interpersonal, social, and levels. As such, we contribute to multiple efforts to raise awareness, increase inclusivity, and challenge harmful systems.

At the annual Student Activities Fair in White Plaza, the GradQ group handed out rainbow flags and LifeSavers candy. Credit Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service


In collaboration with many departments on campus, we provide outreach events, therapy spaces, funding, and more throughout the quarter.

QUOM, 2023. Credit: Micaela Go

More About Weiland

Weiland staff also work to plan spaces, collaborations, and events beyond traditional therapy spaces and services.

Stanford administration posing at Dragfest 2022 after performing in drag for students.