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Unpacking Biases: Racial Mindfulness for Sex Therapists - 2023 Conference

This session will delve into the realm of racial mindfulness in sex therapy, exploring how to approach sexuality and gender from an expansive and inclusive perspective. 1.0 Law & Ethics CEs upon completion Watch the recording and complete an evaluation to earn your CE credit.

Unpacking Biases: Racial Mindfulness for Sex Therapists - 2023 Conference
Unpacking Biases: Racial Mindfulness for Sex Therapists - 2023 Conference

Time & Location

This is an on demand, pre-recorded training

On demand online via recording link

About the Event

Unpacking Biases: Racial Mindfulness for Sex Therapists

Session Description

Racial mindfulness in sex therapy practices refers to being aware of and actively addressing the role of race and racial biases in the therapeutic process. It involves recognizing and challenging our own biases as therapists, understanding how race can impact a client's sexual experiences and concerns, and creating a safe and supportive space for clients of diverse racial backgrounds.

In sex therapy, racial mindfulness means being sensitive to the unique challenges and cultural contexts that clients from different racial backgrounds may face regarding their sexual health, identity, and relationships. It also involves being open to learning from clients' experiences and perspectives, without making assumptions based on stereotypes or generalizations.

By practicing racial mindfulness in sex therapy, therapists can foster trust and build strong therapeutic alliances with their clients, leading to more effective and culturally competent interventions. This approach helps ensure that all clients, regardless of their racial background, receive equitable and respectful support in exploring and addressing their sexual concerns.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Explore social justice frameworks that acknowledge the impact of race on sex and gender dynamics.
  • Examine and address biases around diverse topics, such as racial intersections with sexual scripts, fluidity, kink, consensual non-monogamy, and bodily autonomy.
  • Develop an approach to sexual topics in therapy that embraces inclusivity and sensitivity to the diverse possibilities shaped by racial backgrounds.

Tickets

  • 1.0 Law & Ethics CEs

    You will receive the streaming link to view the training at your convenience, and the CE evaluation link. The session evaluation must be completed to earn the CEs.

    $35.00

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