How self-acceptance and understanding can lead to healthier, more fulfilling sexuality
Sexuality is an important part of one’s identity, yet people often feel turned on themselves in relation to sex. While a person’s sexuality is unique to the individual, there are many ways that people struggle with their sexuality that are highly common but rarely talked about. Whatever a person’s specific sexual desires and preferences may be, there are a lot of complicated feelings about sex that often have to do with learned attitudes and emotions around wanting. Feelings around one’s sexuality can range from dissatisfaction to discomfort, insecurity to shame and are often rooted in negative overlays from their past. This 90-minute Webinar with Dr. Lisa Firestone will emphasize how healthy sexuality isn’t about a specific strategy, technique, or how often you have sex; it’s about having a healthy attitude toward your own sexuality that extends to your sexual relationships.
The Webinar will explore the following subjects:
Common self-critical thoughts or “critical inner voices” people experience around sexuality,their bodies, and wanting
How subtle and unsubtle attitudes from family and society get internalized to influence how someone feels about themselves in relation to sex as well as what they’re attracted to in a partner
Ways a person can feel more accepting, comfortable, and vital in their own sexuality
How to move toward developing one’s own values and beliefs around sexuality
Recognize the negative thoughts a person has toward themselves, their partner, and their sexuality in order to provide targeted interventions
Discuss a cognitive/affective/behavioral approach for challenging critical inner voices surrounding sexuality
Identify how familial and societal influences have contributed to critical or distorted attitudes toward self and sexuality
Provide greater awareness of personal values and perspectives on sexuality
Express a broader understanding of the diverse expressions of human sexuality
Communicate with increased skill and comfort around sexuality-related topics
Once payment is received, you will be e-mailed instructions to log on to the Webinar. If you’re not able to attend the live presentation, all registrants will be e-mailed a full video recording to watch at their convenience after the Webinar’s taken place.
Optional CEs (1.5 live or home study) may be purchased through R. Cassidy Seminars for $10 A link to purchase CE credits will be included in the email containing all your Webinar resources. More Info Here
Continuing Education Information
1.5 Live or Homestudy CE Credits ($10) sold separately. Optional and sold separately. Link to buy CE’s will be provided by email after the live Webinar’s taken place. More Info Here
This event is co-sponsored by R. Cassidy Seminars. A link to purchase CE credits will be provided to all Webinar registrants.
Participants must have paid tuition fee, signed in, attended the entire seminar, completed any accompanying reading assignment, completed an evaluation, and signed out in order to receive a certificate. Failure to sign in or out will result in forfeiture of credit for the entire course. No exceptions will be made. Partial credit is not available.
Cassidy Seminars is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to offer continuing education for psychologists. R. Cassidy Seminars maintains responsibility for this program.
Cassidy Seminars, ACE provider #1082 is approved as a provider for social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) www.aswb.org, through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) Program. Approval Period: April 15, 2012-April 15, 2015. R. Cassidy Seminars maintains responsibility for the program. Social workers should contact their regulatory board to determine course approval. Social workers will receive 1.5 live or 2 homestudycontinuing education (clinical, social work ethics) clock hours in participating in this course.
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