Held via live simultaneous webcast; no asynchronous registration allowed.
10 am – 6 pm Eastern/7 am – 3 pm Pacific
– Discounts for Early Registration End Oct 4th
Wed – Nov 15
- Sexual Anatomy and Physiology as It Relates to Perinatal and Postnatal Care – Natashia Fuksman, LMFT, MA
- Hallucinogenics, Marijuana, Clinical Impact with Sex Therapy – Tammy Nelson Ph.D. and Sylvia Rosenfeld, LCSW
Thu – Nov 16
- Chronic illness/Disability & Sexuality – Lee Phillips, EdD, LICSW, CSAC, CST
- Sex Assessment and Sexual Relationships Couples or Individuals – Gail Guttman, LCSW
Fri – Nov 17
- Recovery Cycle, Art Therapy – Tammy Nelson, Ph.D.
- From Trauma to Drama – Douglas Moser **
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Courses are often available at a later date as an eLearn. eCourses and presenters may be adjusted periodically. Please check this page or contact our Administration for the most up-to-date schedule. You must attend the entire course live to receive CE credit, no asynchronous registrations are allowed.
Wed Nov 15 (1pm-6pm ET) Hallucinogenics, Marijuana, Clinical Impact with Sex Therapy – Sylvia Rosenfeld and Tammy Nelson
In this conversation, we will explore the commonalities between sexual and psychedelic experiences. Some of the themes we will discuss are transcendence, connection, and healing. Additionally, we will have an opportunity to reflect on Donald Mosher’s model, The Three Dimensions of Sexual Experience, and how psychedelics might impact those dimensions. This will be an interactive presentation and sharing of personal experience will be encouraged but not required.
About the Trainers:
|Natashia Fuksman, MA, MFT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a nationally certified Sex Therapist through The American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists. She is a Doctoral Student in Human Sexuality at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS), Adjunct Faculty at CIIS and The Wright Institute, and has a private psychotherapy practice in Berkeley, California. Natashia is committed to the development of her somatic social justice orientation as a psychotherapist, researcher, professor, and speaker. She leads groups for perinatal care professionals, mothers of all ages and stages, and body-positive mindfulness-based retreats. She has been a featured writer and speaker in publications, podcasts, movies, and blogs including the documentary film, “The Business of Being Born” and the books, “The Ultimate Guide to Sex Through Pregnancy and Motherhood” and, “Nurturing the Family: A Doula’s Guide to Supporting New Parents” by Jackie Kelleher. Natashia’s research as a somatic social justice psychotherapist is focused in two main areas: maternal sexuality from a feminist lens and methodologies of counselors with privilege interested in anti-racist mindsets towards mental health. You can find out more about Natasha’s offerings at www.natashiamft.com|
|Tammy Nelson, Ph.D. is the Director of the Integrative Sex Therapy Institute and has been a licensed sex and relationship therapist in practice for over thirty years. She teaches at several Universities, is a TEDx speaker, and is the host of the podcast The Trouble with Sex.
Tammy is a Board-Certified Sexologist, an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist, a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Certified Imago Relationship therapist, and a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor. She is the author of When You’re The One Who Cheats, Ten Things You Need to Know, The New Monogamy; Redefining Your Relationship After Infidelity and Getting the Sex You Want; Shed Your Inhibitions and Reach New Heights of Passion Together as well as What’s Eating You: A Workbook for Teens with Anorexia, Bulimia, and other Eating Disorders and her most recent project Integrative Sex & Couples Therapy.
|Dr. Lee Phillips is in private practice in New York City and McLean, Virginia, specializing in sexuality and chronic illness. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia, and New York. He is a Certified Sex Therapist (CST) by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT). Dr. Phillips has been in private practice for more than a decade treating a diverse group of patients searching for relief from the complications resulting from debilitating, and often overlooked, combination of illnesses. He lectures on topics including sexuality, chronic pain, preventative services, anxiety and stress management, caregiving stress, depression in the elderly, mindfulness, and cognitive strategies for chronic pain, reclaiming sexuality for couples with chronic illness, ethical decision-making, assessment of mental disorders, and exploring sexual communication, freedom, and pleasure for gender minorities with chronic illness, pain, and other disabilities. He has published in the Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, conducting a research study on LGBTQ-Affirmative Teaching at Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Understanding Program Directors Views. Dr. Phillips has been a featured expert in Teen Vogue, Healthline, Giddy, Greatist, and Men’s Health. He holds a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degree in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis in behavioral health from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ. He can be found atwww.drleephillips.com|
|Gail Guttman, LCSW, specializes in the integration of couples and sex therapy. Gail has been a Certified Imago Therapist since 1994 and an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist since 1984. Gail offers consultation and supervision groups. She has been twice recognized by Washingtonian magazine as a “Top Therapist” in sex and couples therapy. Gail is also an AASECT CE Provider, AASECT Certified Sex Therapy Supervisor, and an Imago Clinical Consultant. She is passionate about helping therapists to integrate couples and sex therapy and welcomes different theoretical orientations in order to help each therapist find their own path.
Gail has presented on the subject of couples and sex therapy at the Integrative Sex Therapy Institute, Greater Washington Society for Clinical Social Workers, previous Imago therapy conferences, the University of Maryland, and other professional organizations. She can be found at www.gpatherapy.com.
|Douglas Moser is a novelist, memoirist, and playwright. He currently teaches playwriting at the Westport Writers’ Workshop. As a writing coach and editor, for therapists, actors, and everyone in between, his keen sense of content and story structure has put him in demand for those developing plays, novels, memoirs, and professional books. He is the creator (along with Alana Sanka) of “Hunker Down and Write”— a one-day inspirational intensive that encourages goal-setting and helps writers find ways to break through blocks and reengage with their stories.
Douglas has written for corporations and produced international events, and his memoir pieces have been published in print journals including Echo Magazine, Peculiar Magazine, and the Good Man Project. At the age of 22, his first play “What Happened to Frances Farmer…” was produced in New York as part of Ensemble Studio Theatre’s Oktoberfest. His adaptation of “A Christmas Carol” won the Connecticut Critics’ Circle Award for its performance at the Westport Country Playhouse.
As a theatre director, he most recently directed the world premiere of Mary Ann Frank’s acclaimed one-woman show “Spinning” at the Long Wharf Theatre. He made his opera debut directing the world premiere of the groundbreaking opera “Patience & Sarah” at Lincoln Center. In addition to many projects off-Broadway and in regional theatres, he directed the professional debut of Frederick Stroppel’s one-act “Glacier Bay,” starring Jack Klugman and Brett Somers in their theatrical reunion His film adaptation, starring James Noble (“The Governor” from TVs Benson) won several film festival awards.
With his writing partner Pat Watkins, his TV pilot for “Reborn Again” was a semi-finalist in the 2018 People’s Pilot competition in LA. He received a BFA in film and theatre from the University of Bridgeport and attended the Yale Summer Writers’ Workshop, the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, the New York Theatre Workshop at Dartmouth, and the University of Michigan’s new play festival.
Current: He was recently accepted into the acclaimed seminar, The Writers’ Hotel, a mini-MFA program for novelists, for his darkly comic thriller James & Jim.
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|This program meets the educational requirements of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) and is approved for 21 CE credits. These CE credits may be applied toward AASECT certification and renewal of certification. Completion of this program does not ensure or guarantee AASECT certification. For further information please contact email@example.com or go to www.AASECT.org. Please contact your local certifying organization for detailed information on courses they accept for CEs.|