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Couples and Sex Therapy Training

Thursdays-June 18, UCLA Extension Division, Westwood, California

People can register as the year goes on

More info: (818) 784-3959 or bertadavis@bertadavis. com

Register for course, contact UCLA

(310) 825-9971 or www.uclaextension.edu

AASECT-approved for CE credits

Charlotte Sexual Health at Sensovi Institute

Charlotte, North Carolina

January 8, Addictions affecting sexuality and intimacy

February 12, Sex: What's Your Position

March 12, to be announced

April 9, The Impact of STI Diagnosis on Intimacy and Sex

May 14, Review highlights from the ISSWSH Conference

More info: (704) 377-2022, www.sensovi.com

AASECT-approved for 1 CE credit per meeting

Sex and Sexuality in Contemporary Psychotherapy

Sponsor: IPI Metro, Bethesda, Maryland

January 10: Female Sexual Dysfunction

February 21: Paraphilias and Sexual Behavior Problems

March 21: Gender Identity Disorders and A Medical View of Sexual Disorders

April 18: Sex Therapy with Gay, Lesbian, BiSexual, Transgender, and Straight Clients

May 2: A Psychoanalytic View of Sexual Development Through the Lifespan

More info: (301) 951-3776, info@thecrt.com

AASECT-approved for 36 CE credits.

An Integrative, Comprehensive, Psychobiosocial Approach to Sex Therapy

AASECT Winter Institute for advanced/ intermediate sex therapists

January 9-11, Palm Beach, FIa.

Presenters: Sallie Foley and Barry McCarthy

AASECT-approved for 4 CE credtis for the precon and 21.5 credits for the conference.

Introduction to Tantra - Level I

A Two-Day Workshop for Clinicians and Their Partners

January 17-18, Monterey, California

Presenters: Stephen Braveman and Rabia Erdman

More info: www.bravemantherapy.com (831)375-7553

AASECT-approved for 14 CE credits

The Practice of Sex Therapy: A One Year Program

January 29-December 1 1

West Palm Beach, Florida

Sponsored by: The Florida Postgraduate Sex Therapy Training

More info: Susan Lee (561) 833-0066 drsusanlee@mac.com

AASECT-approved for 120 CE credits

The Heart and Soul of Sexual Desire: Creating New Clinical Landscapes for Health and Healing

February 7, Carmel, California

Presenter: Gina Ogden

More information: www.bravemantherapy.com (831)375-7553

AASECT-approved for 8 CE credits

Basics in Human Sexual Anatomy & Physiology

February 6, Atlanta, Georgia

April 3, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Presenter: Joan Sughrue

More info: Joan@RelationshipTherapy.net

(770) 516-1949

Ginger@Relationship Therapy.net

(843) 847-0624

This workshop covers material that is required for any AASECT certification.

AASECT-approved for 3 CE credits

Evaluation and Diagnosis of Sexual Problems

February 6, 13, 20 - Telephone class

Presenter: Sylvia Rosenfeld

More info: (212) 799-7800

sylvia@eintelligence.com

AASECT-approved for 3 CE credits

SAR

February 7, Atlanta, Georgia

April 4, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Presenter: Joan Sughrue

More info: Joan@RelationshipTherapy.net

(770) 516-1949

Ginger@RelationshipTherapy. …

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