Past Events (2018)

Sex 101 by: Renée Burwell, LCSW, CST

8/25/18

This workshop will be an introductory course on being comfortable talking about sex. We will explore provider discomfort, common myths, and simple strategies for letting patients/clients know it is safe to discuss sex in their practice.

Human Trafficking 101: Organizing and Responding by: Chelsea Nixon, LMSW

7/25/18

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. 

Cultural Competency and Quality Care for Trans and Non-Binary People presenter: Renae Taylor

6/20/18

This presentation will delve into creating a standard of care that is inclusive to trans and non-binary people.

Journey to Comprehensive Sex Ed presented by Jakeira Stewart, SisterReach 

5/9/18

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?

Kink in Tennessee presented by: Mercury and Alex Damiano, NCC, MTBC

4/25/18

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?

Pelvic Floor and Sexual Health: What is Normal and NOT in Your Pelvic Floor 

presented by: K. Lynne Odom,  PT, MOMT

3/14/18

This session covered pelvic floor function and dysfunction and how it relates to sexual health and when it may be appropriate to refer for Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

Race and Sexuality presented by: Renee Burwell, LCSW, CST

2/7/18

This session covered some of things practitioners need to keep in mind when working with clients/patients who are a different race than they are. She also discussed the importance of taking using an intersectional lens when working with folks. 

NASH Talks! presented by: NASH members

1/10/18

At this event, we want to hear your story and share NASH's story: the beginning, middle, and end (transition into a new beginning).  Come hear about exciting events and programming scheduled for 2018, and connect with fellow colleagues working to uplift and support our community in Nashville and beyond.

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