Thank you for visiting this page in the midst of your rich schedule. One of the privileges I have is to be respected by my peers around the world. If you know me personally, you know that I don’t take this lightly. I strive to deepen my learning and give back to our community as much as possible and through multiple means, be it writing, giving lectures, chairing committees, sitting at the Boards of our associations, or offering personal consulting and training. Here are some offerings I curated based on the demands I receive from peers across caring professions. I hope you find something relevant to your practice. Please let me know if what you are looking for is not included here. You never know. It might be in an upcoming agenda.
Relationship Panoramic Inventory is a validated inventory with 12 scales (each individually validated) for the overall assessment of coupledom. Imagine it as an “X-Ray” of a coupledom that highlights strengths and areas that need intentional care to heal and mend.
It will take your couples therapy or coaching practice to a whole new, evidence-informed level. Something that I wished for, for many years. In this training, participants will learn about the psychometric qualities of this test and how to use it for their clients.
Our next training will be on March 3, 2023 from 12 pm to 1:30 pm Pacific Time (virtual). It is free. You can register here.
You may join us as a professional member to stay informed of our future trainings.
Also, you can experience the inventory firsthand with a free trial option for professionals before attending the event or putting it into practice with your couples.
Mark your calendar for September 8th, 2023 and join us for another global celebration of the World Sexual Health Day from the comfort of your home anywhere in the world!
In collaboration with Stanford University, we are hosting the World Sexual Health Day, 2023 with the focus on Consent as a human right and not a privilege for just a few.
Register today to join us for a day of thought-provoking presentations, community engagement and more.
Learn more and reserve your spot here.
WHAT IS SAR?
SAR is a process-oriented, structured group experience to promote participants’ awareness of their attitudes and values related to sexuality, and to assist them in understanding how these attitudes and values affect them professionally and personally. SAR is an in-depth exploration of one’s values, beliefs and attitudes and includes experiential, audio-visual, panel experiences. This SAR is unique in that it focuses on our five senses, diversity, equity, inclusion and engagement and intercultural fluencies.
WHO CAN ATTEND?
Professionals working in the field of human sexuality, graduate students with an interest in sexuality and related subjects, and anyone who would like to explore their values, beliefs and attitudes. Our case examples will be geared towards clinicians, therapists and educators.
IS THERE AN APPLICATION?
Yes. Please complete the order form as a part of your registration process and make payment in full to guarantee your place, as spaces are limited. You can register here.
WHEN IS IT?
May 12-13, 2023
WHERE IS IT?
Virtual, to keep it accessible for all. Last year we had attendees from 15 countries!
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Early registrations are open befroe March 31st, 2023 for $625 and after that for $725.
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
– Certificate of Attendance for 14 hours of CEs for all Mental Health Care providers.
– Certificate of attendance for SAR (this training is provided by an Approved AASECT Training Provider and meets the 14 hours CE requirements for AASECT certification process).
– Handbook of SAR
ARE THERE SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE?
Yes. A number of scholarships are avilable for qualified recent graduates and colleagues from certain countries. Please contact us to be considered.
I highly recommend that you attend this training with a friendly colleague with whom you could continue the conversation when our time together comes to an end. Share!