Individual Workshops

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Sex is keyed into our limbic systems, which controls our survival, our emotions, our reward system, and our memories. Our limbic system is vulnerable to the effects of substance use/abuse, since mind-altering substances such as cocaine, heroin, and

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This course will explore the variations beyond monogamy in sexual and emotional relationships. It will include how clinicians can help clients explore their options and engage in non-monogamous lifestyles responsibly and healthily.
Francesa Gentille

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Students will explore the history of sexuality-focused research and the impact many of these studies continue to have on society. Contributions of Galen, Falloppio, Jean Baptiste Parent-Duchatelet, Richard von Krafft-Ebing, Magnus Hershfeld, Henry

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Students will examine ethical research challenges and will evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of quantitative and qualitative methods, including correlation, survey, grounded theory, ethnographic, narrative and phenomenological. Students will

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Join Dr. David Williams as we explore together a wide variety of medications that affect sexual functioning. This elective will look at substances, both prescribed and not, that play a role in sexual functioning along with medication effects on

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The pelvic health physiotherapy elective will give practitioners a wider understanding of the pelvis, specifically the pelvic floor and its role within sexual health and dysfunction. The hope is that by the end of the 5 hour elective you will have

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This full day presentation provides non-judgmental insight and clinical understanding sexual addiction/compulsivity and its relationship to both early trauma survival and problems with intimacy and healthy adult sexuality. We will review the

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