TENNESSEE ALLIANCE FOR SEXUAL HEALTH

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Simple Techniques for Incorporating Sexual Health Into Your Practice

Free Workshop

Have you ever wondered how to introduce sex and sexuality into your clinical practice? Do you want skills to become more comfortable when a patient or client discusses details or asks questions about their sexual practices? 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.

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Our Mission

The Tennessee Alliance for Sexual Health (TNASH) is a 501 (c) (3) organization with a mission to enhance sexual health awareness and provide education for professionals and the community in TN and beyond.

Our Goals

  • Empower the community with education and resources about sexual health

  • Normalize sexual health conversations in professionals settings and the community

  • Identify advocates who support sexual health

  • Provide training and opportunities that are relevant, current and useful around sexual health

  • To engage with communities and peer organizations and to educate others on sexual health.

  • Provide networking opportunities for sexual health professionals in the community

  • Strengthen partnerships with statewide and national agencies whose values intersect with our mission.

Our Values

TNASH's values align with the values established by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT). To read the values of AASECT, please go here. 

ACTIVITIES

Tennessee Alliance For Sexual Health is in the business of elevating the level of education and awareness about the importance that sexual health plays in people's lives. We do that by inviting local and national speakers and connecting professionals and the community to sexual health resources. 

"We are not a sexually healthy nation. It’s time to take the “Shhh” (silence) out of sexual health."

--National Coalition for Sexual Health