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Gender Identity 1 & 2

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9m - 3pm EST
This course will focus on 1) the gender identity spectrum; 2) the therapist’s role in treating gender variant clients; 3) therapeutic needs of transitioning people throughout the lifespan; and 4) assisting family members and partners of transitioning people.

Learning Objectives

Read more about the instructor Dr. Marilyn Volker

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2-6-21
Register for Part 1
$245 for 5 CE Credit Hours



2-27-21
Register for Part 2
$245 for 5 CE Credit Hours

Medical Factors Related to Sexuality and Sexual Functioning 1 & 2

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9m - 3pm EST
This course will define the DSM sexual disorders with medical origins and focus on symptoms, factors increasing susceptibility, and prevention. Students will learn how major disabilities may affect sexual function and expression; coping and enhancement strategies for people with disabilities; how surgical procedures may affect a woman sexually, physically, and emotionally; hormone replacement therapy; the incidence of, symptoms of, and treatment alternatives for penile cancer, testicular cancer, prostatitis, benign prostate hyperplasia, and prostate cancer.
Learning Objectives

Read more about Dr. Mailyn Volker

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2-20-21
Register for Part 1
for 5 CE Credit Hours



4-24-21
Register for Part 2
For 5 CE Credit Hours

Socio-Cultural Factores in Sexual Values & Behavior 1 & 2

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9m - 3pm EST

This course explores sexuality from historical, religious, and cultural perspectives. It will focus on 1) Various cultural sexual practices, such as genital mutilation, polygamy, and castration; 2) The primary influences on sexuality in the Western World, originating from the Torah and the Bible; 3) Sexual diversity as it exists in various subcultures within the United States; and 4) how the media and the internet influence sexual attitudes and behavior.

Learning Objectives

Read more about the Instructor Dr. Carol Clark

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3-6-21
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$245 for 5 CE Credit Hours



3-13-21
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$245 for 5 CE Credit Hours

Diagnosis of Sexual Dysfunctions & Disorders 1 & 2

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9m - 3pm EST
This course will define atypical sexual behavior in
the context of culture, history, and the law. It will cover DSM diagnoses for sexual dysfunctions and paraphilias, differential diagnoses for sexual dysfunctions and how to distinguish as well as understand the causes. Students will learn how to define and diagnose sexual addiction, complete a diagnostic interview and be able to screen for medical causes of dysfunction.

Learning Objectives

Read more about the instructor Dr. Carol Clark

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3-20-21
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$245 for 5 CE Credit Hours



4-17-21
Register for Part 2
$245 for 5 CE Credit Hours

Enhancing Intimacy and Passion

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9m - 3pm EST
This course will prepare student to 1) Define Intimacy & Passion; 2) Identify the reasons why a relationship may lose intimacy and passion; 3) Define the Five Senses: See, Hear, Smell, Taste and Touch. Explore how utilizing the Five Senses: See, Hear, Smell, Taste and Touch can enhance intimacy & passion; and 4) Describe different techniques that incorporate the senses for enhancing intimacy and passion.

Learning Objectives: 1)Identify the reasons why a relationship may lose intimacy & passion, 2) Define the Five Senses: See, Hear, Smell, Taste and Touch, 3) Explore how utilizing the Five Senses: See, Hear, Smell, Taste and Touch can enhance intimacy &  passion, 4)Describe different techniques that incorporate the senses for enhancing intimacy and passion.

Read more about the instructor Dr. Tracy Rodriguez-Miller

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5-1-2021
 $159 for 5 CE Credit Hours

Non- Monogamous Lifestyles

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9m - 3pm PST
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 is an international sexologist and an award winning author.

Learning Objectives:1) Compare and contrast non monogamous lifestyles including polyamory, open relationships, monogamish, swinging, BDSM, Tantra, & sex work, 2)Evaluate and support your clients to analyze which formats might fit their desires, boundaries, and temperaments, 3) Analyze and interpret what has a choice to design a non-monamous lifestyle be an expression of a compulsion, a trauma or an authentic expression of sexual vibrancy, 4)Name the most common or popular types of non-monogamies, 5)Prepare to work with some of the most common mistakes those new to non monogamous lifestyles make.

Read more about the instructor Francesca Gentille

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5-22-2021
 $159 for 5 CE Credit Hours

Interaction Between Sexuality & Dynamics of Interpersonal & Family Relationships 1 & 2

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9m - 3pm EST
This course will focus on 1) the various theories about love, attraction and attachment, i.e.: Sternberg, Lee, Gottman, et.al. and the brain chemistry of attraction; 2) how cultural and social influences determine and impact relationships and family structures; 3) strategies for communication and negotiation in relationships and how to implement therapeutic interventions with couples and families; 4) how sexual orientation, transgenderism, sex addiction, and alternative lifestyles impact family relationships; and 5) how sex becomes the presenting problem in relationships while hiding underlying issues, including lack of intimacy and/or control.

Learning Objectives

Read more about the instructor Dr. Carol Clark

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5-8-2021
Register for PART 1 
$245 for 5 CE Credit Hours



5-15-2021
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$245 for 5 CE Credit Hours

Research on Sexual Dysfunctions and Disorders 1 & 2

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9m - 3pm EST
Part I
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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 Havelock Ellis, Sigmund Freud, Alfred Kinsey, Masters and Johnson and others will be discussed.

Part II: 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 learn research search strategies and will consider ways to incorporate reliable studies into their practices.

Learning Objectives

Read more about the instructor Dr. Janis Roszler

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6-5-2021
Register for PART 1 $245 for 5 CE Credit Hours



6-12-2021
Register for Part 2  $245 for 5 CE Credit Hours

Sexuality and Disability

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9m - 3pm EST
This course will include 1) Barriers faced by teens and adults who are mentally/emotionally challenged; 2) Challenges faced by people with physical disabilities as a result of birth, accident, or military service; 3) Provide strategies and resources for helping individuals optimize their sexual potential.

Learning Objectives: 1)Identify 4 sexuality issues for persons living with differences, 2)Recall 3 strategies counselors can utilize addressing these issues, 3) List 4 sexuality focused resources for people living with differences, parents, care providers, professionals

Read More about the instructor Dr. Marilyn Volker

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6-19-2021
 $159 for 5 CE Credit Hours

Victims & Victimology - Domestic Violence

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9m - 3pm EST
This course will define the terms related to victims and victimology. Students will learn to recognize types of victims and issues specific to type. Content will include bias toward victims, victim-blaming, and issues between victims and the criminal justice system; it will also cover the process of restorative justice. Students will learn to utilize a variety of interventions appropriate to victim type.

Learning Objectives

Read more about the instructor Dr. Carol Clark

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6-26-2021
Register for PART 1 - Domestic Violence
$245 for 5CE Credit Hours


8-14-2021

Register for Part 2  
$245 for 5 CE Credit Hours

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