Past Events (2021)

The Science of Sex: Updates in Women's Sexual and Pelvic Health

08/18/21

  • Recognize updated terminology for women's sexual conditions.

  • Be able to employ some of the updated literature and/or products to better address sexual and pelvic floor concerns.

  • Be able  to utilize content from this presentation to self-advocate for personal sexual and pelvic floor conditions

Cultural Competency and Quality Care for Trans and Non-Binary People

08/05/21

  • Incorporating gender neutral language on intake forms and in session

  • How to create better health outcomes for patients whose gender identity doesn’t match their sex assigned at birth

  • Barriers for Accessing Care for gender non-confirming individuals, and best practice

Pleasure is for Everyone!

07/21/21

  • Identify three ways to promote sexual health and pleasure for individuals living with intellectual disabilities.

  • Describe the history of sexual health and rights of individuals living with intellectual disabilities..

Sex after trauma

07/01/21

  • Apply trauma informed care to treatment of sexual functioning.

  • Employ yoga and mindfulness methods to treatment of clients experiencing sexual dysfunction as a result of trauma.

Does Pornography Cause Social Harm?

06/16/21

  • Critique misconceptions about pornography and explain its actual impact on society and sexuality.

Rediscovering the territory: Sexuality in the Menopausal Years

6/3/21

  • Name at least two physical changes in the vulva or vagina after menopause, and how they impact sexual function.

  • Describe the changes in the sex hormones with menopause, and how they may affect sexual expression.

  • List risks and benefits of both local and systemic hormone therapy.ny relationship.

Puberty Education: Building the Foundation for Healthy Sexual Development

05/19/21

  • identify 3 strategies and 3 tools to help build a foundation for healthy sexual development through puberty education.

Pleasure Expectancies of Black Female Adolescents

05/06/21

  • Describe what factors shape Black female adolescents’ expectations of sexual pleasure.

  • Explain how being socialized for negative sexual experiences in adolescence can result in lasting effects in adulthood.

Solving sexual health mysteries by interpreting emotional clues 

04/21/21

  •  Assess which clients may benefit from homeopathic care.

  • Utilize a qualified resource who can bring genuine relief to a client.

  • Explain what classical homeopathy is and how it works

Diet and Sexual Health

04/01/21

  • Able to select foods to support their physical health so that they can enjoy their sexuality.  

  • Classify foods based upon their main food groups and how they fit into a MyPlate diagram, discerning proper portion control and including all main food groups.

Which Sexual Fantasies are Common and Which Ones are Truly Rare?

03/17/21

  • Identify the seven most common themes present in people’s sexual fantasies. 

  • Identify psychological factors that underlie the most popular sexual fantasies.

Postsurgical Sexual Health Concerns

3/04/21

  • Review the surgical interventions that cause the largest sexual health concerns postoperatively.I

  • Discuss the sexual side effects of those surgical interventions.

  • List treatment options and therapies that can be discussed with those patients/clients undergoing surgical interventions.

Polyamory: Working with Clinical Challenges

02/17/20

  • Formulate a treatment plan for at least one polyamory-related clinical challenge.

  • List at least 3 frequently encountered polyamory-related challenges.

Music City SAR (Sexual Attitude Reassessment and Restructuring)

1/29/21

This unique “Sexual Attitude Reassessment and Restructuring” program or “SAR” is designed and led by AASECT Certified sex therapist and educator, Renée Burwell, LCSW, CST.  This training will be a 3-day intensive online experience to achieve the goals of traditional and contemporary SAR. The Music City SAR fulfills the 10-hour SAR requirement toward AASECT Certification and earns participants 10 CEUs*.  Each day will be 10am - 5pm with breaks. 

Sex Talk: Investigating the Sexual Development and Sexual Attitudes of African American Women

01/07/2021

  • Examine the gaps in sex education while learning cultural competency.

  • Identify sexual stereotypes that have been placed onto Black women and discuss how they show up in media and literature.