List of AASECT CE Courses

Posted On: May 27, 2019

Consent in the Exam Room: Serving Survivors of Sexual Assault

This is an AASECT approved CE course – 1.5 CE Credits

This course is for: Sex Educators, Counselors, Therapists, Coaches and Bodyworkers.

All practitioners will serve a survivor of sexual assault, rape, incest, or abuse at some point in their practice, generally without active disclosure of that status. This session will focus on simple best practice techniques for working with survivors and providing competent and appropriate care. Click here for more.

 

 

Transgender 201: Specific Care and Referrals for Trans* Clients

This is an AASECT approved CE course – 1.5 CE Credits

A follow-up to Transgender 101, this session will look in more depth at the specific medical care that some transgender and non-binary individuals may request, including hormone replacement therapy, electrolysis, and gender confirmation surgery. We will discuss appropriate counseling strategies for clients interested in any of these treatments, and referral options for clients in your geographic area will be offered to attendees, when available. Click here for more.

 

 

 

The Wheel of Consent: Desire, Empowerment & Choice

This is an AASECT approved CE course – 1.5 CE Credits

This course is for: Sex Educators, Counselors, Therapists, Coaches and Bodyworkers.

This course discusses the Wheel of Consent, which is a model of consent based on (but not requiring) exchanges of touch. The Wheel notes the distinction between the ‘doing’ aspect of the touch dynamic (who is doing) and the ‘gift’ aspect (who it is for). Once the distinction between those two aspects is clear, the entire touch dynamic becomes clear, which brings ease, sensuality, confidence, self-responsibility and freedom to the interaction. When the dynamics are clear, it becomes apparent how they apply to both touch and non-touch dynamics. Indeed, the application to non-touch dynamics may be of greater import.

This class is experience based. The videos guide the practitioner through a series of somatic experiences in which the distinctions become clear. This allows them to apply the principles to their client sessions and offer it as a practice for their clients to take home. Click here for more.

The programs meet the requirements of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) and are approved for 1.5 CE credits each. These CE credits may be applied towards AASECT certification and renewal of certification.

Disclaimer: Completion of these programs do not ensure or guarantee AASECT certification. For further information, please contact info@aasect.org.

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