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Educational Opportunities


Sexual Diversity

International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health

February 21-24, San Diego, California

For more info: www.isswsh.org

Sexuality Does Not Retire: Sex Education for Older Adults New!

February 29, Planned Parenthood, New York City

More info: Karleen Samuels

(212) 274-7209

AASECT-approved for 5 CE credits

The Complex Trauma Related Matrix: Healing vs. Symbolic Magic Wands

Presented by The New Orleans Institute

February 29, Pensacola, Fla.

March 7, Savannah, Ga.

March 28, Birmingham, Ala.

April 18, Cincinnati, Ohio

May 9-10, Richmond, Va.

June 20-21, Portland, Ore.

July 11, Dallas, Texas

July 18, Shreveport, La.

August 15, Chattanooga, Tenn.

September 12-13, Clearwater, Fla.

October 31-November 1, Flagstaff, Ariz.

November 7, Biloxi, Miss.

December 5, Charleston, S.C.

More info: (800) 598-2040 or www.riveroakshospital.com

AASECT-approved for 5.5 CE credits for one-day sessions or 8.5 CE credits for two-day sessions

Real Sexuality Issues in Couples Counseling & Psychotherapy

March 1-7, Puerta Vallarta, Mexico

Presenter: Marty Klein

www.maslafineart.com/Casa Website/ Klein.html

AASECT-approved for 20 CE credits

The Heart and Soul of Sex: Creating New Clinical Landscapes for Health and Healing and Passion and Power: The Technology of Orgasm

March 1, San Francisco

Presenter: Gina Ogden

More info: www.onetaste.us, Yia Vang

(415) 503-1100

AASECT-approved for 7 CE credits

Sex Therapy Professional Certification Course in Hong Kong

March 1-May 24, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

The Hong Kong Association of Sexuality Educators, Researchers, & Therapists and The Florida Postgraduate

Sex Therapy Training Institute

More info: Matthew Yau at info@kkasert.org.hk or Susan Lee at drsusanlee@mac.com

This course does not meet all the requirements of AASECT certification

SSTAR Annual Meeting

March 13-15, Chicago

More info: Caroline F.

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