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STI Health Disparities in the LGBTQIA+ Community
Why They Exist and How to Address Them
August 17, 2022 | 7-8 pm ET
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are a major public health concern for people across all gender identities and sexual orientations. This session will examine STI rates fare in this community? We will discuss strategies on LGBTQIA+ inclusion in sexual health and ways to reduce health disparities.
Working with Asian-Born Clients & Students
August 24, 2022 | 7-8 pm ET
All of us could benefit from more sexuality education but what about if this was somebody coming from outside of the United States? This session aims to cover a landscape of Asia, a profile of your prospective Asian clients, and how you can engage them more effectively in your work.
Dr. Martha Tara Lee
Understanding a Complex Idea
August 31, 2022 | 7-8 pm ET
“Nonbinary” is growing in visibility as a gender for many people, especially people under 30. This lecture looks at the history of the term and how it has evolved in the past decade as it has gained prominent use in the general public. Based both on research and my interviews with many nonbinary people ranging from 24 to 69, I cover the variety of ways this term is used and expressed. This session will include implications for sexuality educators.
Dr. Rebecca Blanton
Exploring Ways to Teach About Abortion
September 7, 2022 | 7-8 pm ET
Discussing abortion continues to be fraught with a variety of challenges. Depending upon the state where one resides, and the support for sexuality education overall, time to discuss abortion may be limited or even prohibited. This session will identify issues and challenges, and review resources and strategies for effective education on the topic.
Cliteracy in Practice: Show and Tell Sex Positive Tactile Educational Models
September 14, 2022 | 7-8 pm ET
Often invisible in textbooks and curricula, the clitoris is rarely taught to health professionals or the public. How did the clitoris vanish from health education? This lecture presents models that help to improve health literacy. If we know about how our bodies work it will assist us to have better well-being.
Associate Professor Suzanne Belton
Rethinking the Mood
Mismatched Libido in Modern Relationships
September 21, 2022 | 7-8 pm ET
Not in the mood? You’re not alone. From the Vatican to Vegas, from Disney to PornHub, we’ve been tricked into believing love and sex are like a hand in a glove, though few of us experience them that way. Learners are guided step-by-step through a useful framework to discover their authentic longings and learn what desire needs to thrive.
Sexual Health is Public Health:
The Deconstruction of Sex-Negative Public Health Practices
September 28, 2022 | 3-4 pm ET
Sexual health disparities are constantly impacting vulnerable populations across the lifespan. Professionals in interdisciplinary fields must become knowledgeable and skilled in integrating sexual health and development education across the spectrum of public health and other human service professions to help close the gap in sexual health disparities across all communities.
Reproductive and Sexual Coercion as Intimate Partner Violence
September 28, 2022 | 7-8 pm ET
Sexuality Educators are often involved in intimate partner violence prevention and treatment. This lecture will help educators recognize the signs of reproductive and sexual coercion that often go undetected and identify the role educators can play in supporting survivors.
Dealing with Disclosure
October 5, 2022 | 7-8 pm ET
As professionals who work with people in clinical, educational, or medical, settings, we are aware that approximately 25% of our clients will have histories of child sexual abuse. We may not know – or even think we need to know – which of them is a survivor. Should we ask? Should we expect our clients, students, or patients to tell us? If they do – how do we deal with that disclosure?
Hazel Katherine Larkin
One Size Does Not Fit All
Adapting Sex Ed for People with IDD
October 12, 2022 | 7-8 pm ET
People with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) are often overlooked or forgotten when it comes to human sexuality. This oversight leads to a plethora of barriers and stigma for the community. This presentation will highlight various ways to adapt materials and lessons for the needs of the learner.
Creating a Visual Sexual Narrative with BioGraffs
October 19, 2022 | 7-8 pm ET
Everyone has a sexual script, but many are unaware of what their preferred and performative sexual scripts are, in detail. Using simple manipulatives, we’ll show how therapists can help people can map out their “pleasure code” and better understand and communicate their preferred scripts, as a powerful exercise in couples and individual sessions.
The Use of Creative Writing as an Identity Marker in Sex Education
October 26, 2022 | 7-8 pm ET
This workshop explores how erotica is used as a method of recreational play. Participants will be able to investigate the impact of personal experiences within circles of sexuality. The activity workbook In Between the Lines framework is derived from Dr. Tracie Gilbert’s Eight Channels of Sexiness. The activities seek to explore the erotic mind, sexual identities and behaviors through the use of creative writing specifically erotic writing.
Mystkue Woods, MEd
Making Nice with Naughty
Overcontrolled Coping Style and the Search for Pleasure
November 2, 2022 | 7-8 pm ET
Overcontrolled temperament, sexual perfectionism, and psychological rigidity inhibit the pursuit of sexual pleasure. In this lecture, Dr. Tom Murray describes his process of working with the sexual inhibited, with a heavy emphasis on Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Rational Emotive Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
Dr. Tom Murray
Who Wants to Date Godzilla
Deepening Learner Engagement with Educational Role-Play
November 9, 2022 | 7-8 pm ET
Educational roleplaying is a wildly creative method for engaging learners. In this workshop you’ll learn through a live demo, practicing what you learn as you go. By the end of this training you’ll take home your own design for an activity.
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