Unlock Therapeutic Strategies for Trauma in The Physiology of Trauma

 Instructors: Angie Gunn LCSW, CST, CSTS and Raquel Savage

Learning Objectives

Underneath each learning objective you will find the AASECT learning area criteria it satisfies. This program meets the requirements of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) and is approved for 3 CE credits. These CE credits may be applied toward AASECT certification and renewal of certification.

By the end of this session, participants will be able to discuss and define trauma as it pertains to treatment in therapy.

C. Socio-cultural factors (e.g. ethnicity, culture, religion, spirituality, socio-economic status, family values) in relation to sexual values and behaviors

By the end of this session, participants will be able to identify mental health factors specific to sex workers including trauma that occurs at the intersection of multiple marginalized identities, isolation and criminalization.

 H. Health/medical factors that may influence sexuality including, but not limited to, illness, disability, drugs, mental health, conception, pregnancy, childbirth, pregnancy termination, contraception, fertility, HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infection, other infections, sexual trauma, injury and safer sex practices.

By the end of this session, participants will be able to name two strategies for effectively addressing acute trauma presentation in the therapy room.

I. Range of sexual functioning and behavior, from optimal to problematic including, but not limited to, common issues such as: desire discrepancy, lack of desire, difficulty achieving or maintaining arousal, sexual pain, penetration problems and difficulty with orgasm.

Imagine being a therapist who can effectively address trauma in marginalized communities

Traditional therapy often fails to address trauma in marginalized communities. Get early access to our course for effective solutions.

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