Institute for the Study of Sexual Identity Workshop
Saturday, March 29, 2014
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
The morning workshop is a review of ethical, legal and professional developments over the past several years in the area of providing clinical services to sexual minorities. This is followed by an introduction to "third way" or "client-affirmative" models of care, including sexual identity therapy.
The afternoon session is an intermediate training on specific models of therapy, including narrative sexual identity therapy, the use of mindfulness in navigating sexual identity conflicts and work with sexual minorities in mixed orientation marriages.
Licensed mental health professionals: $75 (includes 5 hours of CE)
Regent SPC Full-Time Faculty: $30 Students: $30
Separate $5/CE fee; $25 for 5 hrs of CE for professionals and/or Regent SPC faculty who need it.
- Hosted by:
- School of Psychology and Counseling and Institute for the Study of Sexual Identity
- Library Auditorium
- Please see event description for cost info.
- Current Students, Faculty, Community & Public
- RSVP not required
- Special Notes:
- Parking is available behind the Library or at the Classroom Building.