Past Events (2018-19)
Join us to learn more about this remarkable sexuality education curriculum, and why Our Whole Lives might be a valuable addition to your professional toolbox.
Emi will share the top 20 things you should know when working with parents around their children and sexuality and parents' most commonly asked questions and how you can answer them.
We will use Song of Songs (part of both Jewish and Christian scriptures) to explore the biblical possibilities for sexual liberation.
This class will discuss a simple, quick, and fun method of communicating all the pertinent facts a potential sex partner needs to know. When you leave, you will be able to teach this to your clients.
This training provides information that all communities need to understand what human trafficking is, the risk factors and lures used by traffickers, vulnerable populations, and how human trafficking impacts your community and our state.
This workshop will provide an introduction to the transgender and DSD/Intersex clinics at Vanderbilt Univ. Children's Hospital where transgender care is available to children and adolescents <18 years of age.
Curious about the BDSM/Fetish/Kink community in Tennessee? Want to know more about this largely underground population from a professional or personal basis? Feeling a need to become more familiar with the resiliency factors and subcultural challenges of kinksters you serve in your practice?
At the end of this talk, participants will: *Be familiar with appropriate terminology. *Discuss issues related to HIV infection within the transgender community.*Be acquainted with basic health maintenance issues. *Understand the basics of hormone therapy and surgical options.
Covered: Core Reproductive Justice Principles; Necessity for and contextualization of Reproductive Justice; Origins of Reproductive Justice; Reproductive Oppression; Intersectionality and Key RJ Strategies
Jenny Matthews will discuss the impact and consequences that unintended pregnancies have on mothers, children, families, and the whole community.
Participants: Understand the type and prevalence of sexual disorders in women ; Feel confident initiating sensitive conversations about sexual health.
;Know when and how to prescribe appropriate treatment options or refer out to an appropriate provider for women with FSD .