Let’s Talk about Sex – Addressing Sexuality in Clinical Practice – Saturday, August 6, 2022. 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Mountain Time

$20.00

Cost: Free to current ISCSW members. ISCSW members DO NOT need to register here on the website. Instead, members can RSVP by filling out this form.

If you are a non-ISCSW member and would like to attend, you can register here for a one-time training fee of $20, or, consider becoming a member knowing your membership will include this training and many more to come!

Registrant’s First Name

Registrant’s Last Name

Registrant’s Street Address

Registrant’s City, State and Zipcode

Registrant’s Preferred Email Address (use all lowercase)

Registrant’s Phone Number

Employment (Position and Location)

Degree/Certification (include license number)

More Information

I would like more information about participating in the ISCSW in the following areas:

Category:

Description

When: Saturday, August 6th, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Mountain Time
Location: This training will be fully virtual via the Zoom platform.

Cost: Free to current ISCSW members. $20 for non-members

Presenter: Rachael Bazzett, LMSW

Rachael holds a bachelor’s degree from University of Massachusetts in Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies and completed her MSW at Boise State in 2015. Much of Rachael’s career has been in the field of intimate partner violence and sexual violence, and she is passionate about issues related to gender and sexuality, having earned a certificate in Sex Therapy and Sex Education from the University of Michigan in 2020. Outside of clinical work, Rachael teaches as an adjunct in the School of Social Work at Boise State University and consults for local organizations on issues related to trauma and sexual health. Rachael spends lots of time snuggling with her three dogs, running in the mountains, and drinking tea.

Learning Objectives.

At the end of training, participants will be able to:

  • Identify strategies for addressing the topic of sexuality with new and existing clients.
  • Describe impacts of provider discomfort and bias on explorations of sexuality in clinical settings.
  • Identify language that can be utilized to be more inclusive of clients’ experiences of gender, sexuality, and relationship styles.
  • Explain impacts of trauma on sex and sexuality.
  • Develop understanding of dual control model of sexual response and explore implications for clinical practice.