LGBTQIA2S+

Ingersol Gender Center: https://ingersollgendercenter.org/

Queer on The Spectrum: https://www.queeronthespectrum.com/ 

PFLAG: https://pflag.org

QueerDoc: QueerDoc.com

AVEN: https://pflag.org

GALAP: https://www.galap.org/ 

The Trevor Project: www.thetrevorproject.org

Workshops/CEUs

Many of the frameworks, modalities, and tools we deploy in clinical practice as sexuality professionals were developed by white cis men in Europe and the United States in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, at the height of settler colonial projects that sought to impose European and American sexual values systems and violently displace indigenous cultures and their values systems. Likewise, most of the sex research we rely on has, at least unconsciously, tended to center discourses of function as well as the erotic embodiments of white, cis-het, thin, able-bodied people between the ages of 18 and 40.

But what if our methods and practices in sex therapy centered on pleasure and somatics and were steeped in trans and queer conceptions of erotic embodiment and sexual expression? What would it be if we applied a thing or two from how trans and queer folks approach eroticism rather than reflexively and unconsciously making white, cishet, able-bodied bodies and sexualities the norms? What wisdom and “subjugated knowledge” (Foucault) could be found in our bodies? What erotic horizons might open up for our clients? And what opportunities for deepening the therapeutic relationship and shifting our own relationships regarding sex, sexualities, gender, desire, pleasure, and the practice of sex therapy open up?

This day-long workshop, designed for both fully licensed and AASECT-certified therapists seeking to enlarge their scopes of competence and bring cultural humility to their practices, as well as associates, interns, trainees, and students in sex therapy, sex counseling, and sexology, will include a variety of experiential activities, immersive experiences, small and large group discussions, and value clarification opportunities.

Completion of this course acquires 6 AASECT CE’s

AASECT Core Knowledge Areas

This workshop will include content related to the following AASECT Core Knowledge Areas (CKAs):

  • Ethics and ethical behavior (CKA A)

  • Issues related to sexual orientation and/or gender identity: heterosexuality; issues and themes impacting lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, asexual people; gender identity and expression. (CKA D)

  • Intimacy skills (e.g., social, emotional, sexual), intimate relationships, interpersonal relationships and family dynamics. (CKA E)

  • Diversities in sexual expression and lifestyles including, but not limited to, polyamory, swinging, BDSM and tantra. (CKA F)

  • Pleasure enhancement skills (CKA M)

  • Professional communication and personal reflection skills. (CKA O)

  • History of the discipline of sex research, theory, education, counseling and therapy. (CKA P)

 

For student scholarship options and the full course outline and learning objectives, email Renee at info@pnwsextherapycollective.com for more information.

                 AASECT Award Winning Workshop

                                             Dr. Mia Fine and Kimberly Costello

 

Common Sexual Concerns Impacting AFAB (Assigned Female at Birth) People with Vulvas:

Dr. Mia Fine, LMFT, CT, CSE. This workshop offers AASECT and APA CEUs

Autism and Sexuality

Queer on The Spectrum: https://www.queeronthespectrum.com/ 

Presenter: Jack Duroc-Danner (their personal page is the same one listed above)

Therapist Referrals

DMHS, B.I.PoC Mental Health Directory Mental Health & Cultural Wellness Professionals who are Black, Indigenous, People of Color, and QTPOC & LGBTQIA+ & Affirming Providers serving our communities.

AASECT Certified Therapist Directory Locate and identify AASECT Certified Educators, Counselors and Therapists for education, counseling or therapy purposes.

 

Vaginismus and Painful Sex

Hope & Her: www.mazewomenshealth.com

OMG Yes!: https://www.omgyes.com 

Pelvic Pain Rehab: /https://pelvicpainrehab.com/locations/

Healing from Painful Sex: A roadmap to the treatment of Vaginismus (a webinar by Mia): https://miafinetherapy.com/painful-sex

Local Planned Parenthood

Seattle Health Center:

Phone: 800-769-0045

Address: 2001 E Madison St

University District:

Phone: 800-769-0045

Address: 5020 Roosevelt Way NE Unit 1, Seattle, WA 98105

Northgate Health Center:

Phone: 800-769-0045

Address: 1200 N Northgate Way, Seattle, WA 98133

ADHD Resources

Hallowell Todaro: https://hallowelltodaro.com/ 

Questionnaires and Worksheets

Out Of Control Sexual Behavior

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