The following workshop will be hosted by Insight Counseling Duluth. It is free for MAMFT members! The cost for non-members is $80. Earn 4 CEUs!
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Why is sexuality so difficult for many of us to talk about – with our clients and for ourselves? How do our own experiences with sexuality inform the ways that we work with our clients around this topic? In this experiential workshop, we will help you examine your own attitudes and beliefs around sexuality and how this impacts your interactions with your clients. We will define the cultural, familial and personal components that influence how we develop our views of sexuality. We’ll then provide structured reflection for you to consider how these components have helped you define sexuality for yourself, and if/how you might want to change your current conceptions. Finally, we will explore how to translate your self-knowledge to support your clients in addressing sexual issues.
1. Understand the cultural, familial and personal components that influence how we develop our views of sexuality.
2. Be able to define their own sexual experiences and how these experiences influence their therapeutic work.
3. Feel (more) comfortable intentionally addressing sexuality and sexual issues with clients.
Jennie Hilleren, MS, LMFT, CST, CSST. Jennie is a national and state level board approved supervisor and a licensed marriage and family therapist. She is also certified by AASECT as a sex therapist (CST) and a supervisor of sex therapy (CSST). Jennie co-owns two private practice clinics, SkyHill Therapy and Cedar Hill Therapy; teaches master’s level students about the assessment and treatment of sexual concerns at St. Mary’s University in Minneapolis; and enjoys working with individuals and couples working toward sexual enjoyment and discovery.
Anne Bauers, LAMFT. Anne works at Cedar Hill Therapy, specializing in working with individuals and couples that present with sexual issues. Areas of particular interest include managing desire discrepancy in couples; rebuilding sexual connection during and after sexual dysfunction, illness, or chronic pain; and addressing the effects of sexual trauma on individuals and couples.
Requests must be made in writing. Refunds will be given on requests received 10 days prior to the training event. A 20% administrative fee per person will be deducted from all cancellations. No refunds will be given if received less than 10 days prior to the event, but registrants can transfer their registration to another person.
The training will take place in Lonsdale 510 building, which is the building within the Alworth (where Insight Counseling is located). Take the elevators on the left as you face the Lake at the Superior Street entrance.
Lonsdale 510 Building
302 W. Superior St.
Duluth, MN 55802