Past Events (2019)

Simple Techniques to Incorporate Sexuality Into Your Practice, Reneé Burwell, LCSW, CST


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. 

Consent: Beyond the Basics, Mercury


A nuanced discussion  the ethics and practices behind the concept of consent. 

Music City Sexual Attitude Reassessment and Restructuring

 10/18-10/20, 2019

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. 

Sex Toy Parties: How they can help Sexual Health Professionals


Learn about sex toy parties and  how ‘those parties’ with Pure Romance align with, relate to and assist the overall common objectives of sexual health professionals.

Sexual Anatomy, Physiology and Neurobiology by Carol Milam, MD


This talk will provide a brief overview of developmental neuroanatomy as well as adult anatomy for the sexual health practitioner.  Other areas reviewed include general neuroanatomy and the biochemistry/physiology of female and male sexual functioning. 

Our Whole Lives: Comprehensive Sex Ed for All by Jonah Eller-Isaacs


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.

Supporting Parents In Raising Sexually Healthy Adolescents by: Emi Canahuati


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. 

A Biblical Case for Pleasure and Sex Positivity by Lyndsey Godwin


We will use Song of Songs (part of both Jewish and Christian scriptures) to explore the biblical possibilities for sexual liberation.

Enhancing Sexual Communication, David Woody, LMT


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.

Serve the Rainbow: Best practices for serving LGBTQ folks by: Del Rey Zimmerman


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. 

Introduction to Pediatric Transgender Care by: Dr. Cassie Brady


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.

Advocating for Reproductive and Sexual Rights in Tennessee by Briana Perry  


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?

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