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Sexual and Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology 2

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9am - 3pm EST

Course content will include 1) exploration of cultural beliefs and messages about sex and the human body; 2) developing an understanding of how these impact optimal sexual functioning; 3)describing male and female reproductive processes (menstrual cycle, menopause, sperm production and ejaculation); 4)describing internal male organs and prostate problems; describing the role of hormones in male and female sexual behavior; 5)applying Masters and Johnson four-phase sexual response cycle and Kaplan’s three-phase cycle of sexual response in a clinical setting.

11-20-2021 - Part 2

5 CE Credit Hours
$245

Sexuality and Substance Abuse

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9am - 3pm EST

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 hallucinogens first affect the reward system and then stores the pleasurable effects in memory, which leads to cravings and addiction. The intersection of sexuality and substance use occurs when we use drugs while having sex, which exponentially intensifies the pleasure of both; when we use drugs to a point where our ability to engage in sexual behavior is impaired; or when we use drugs to escape memories of traumatic sexual experiences. This workshop will explore and explain the many points of this intersection and describe interventions for developing healthy sexual feelings and behavior in recovery from addiction.

12-4-2021

5 CE Credit Hours
$159

Risk Assessment of Sex Offenders 2

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9am - 3pm EST

This course will focus on 1) differentiating between types of sexual offenses and assessing the risk in each category; 2) research on risk assessment and recidivism; 3) actuarial and static risk assessment tools and how to use them in a clinical setting; 4) the impact and effectiveness of supervised release and community control on offender's risk of recidivism; and 5) how to assess effectiveness of psychological, behavioral, and chemical treatment of sex offenders

12-11-2021-Part 2

5 CE Credit Hours
$245

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