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Sexual Health as a Means of Breaking Cycles of Intergenerational Trauma

2 CE’s

Presented by: Tanya Bass, M.S.

Recorded workshop available via video on demand

$75.00

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Sexual Health as a Means of Breaking Cycles of Intergenerational Trauma

2 CE’s

Presented by: Tanya Bass, M.S.

Recorded workshop available via video on demand

$75.00

Description

Description

Sexual health is vital and is influenced by financial, environmental, social, educational, and other factors. This online seminar will examine the value and implications of generational communication on sexual health. The experiences of others often influence the thoughts about sexual behavior of some Black women based on personal and academic research. These experiences can facilitate and curtail traumatic experiences. For some Black women, southern culture and other societal norms have a role in sexual health based on both race and gender individually and collectively. The discussion will highlight the value of including these experiences and perspectives when providing education and therapeutic services to support sexual health.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe two implications of intergenerational communication regarding sexuality.
  • List a consideration for providing education or clinical services utilizing a culturally relevant lens.

Activity Schedule

Introduction. – 5 minutes

Warm up activity (Brainstorm)  – 10 minutes

Background – 25 minutes

Definitions/Foundations – 10 minutes

Personal reflections/experiences (parallels or observations/activity) – 20 minutes

Research aspects and findings –20 minutes

Strategies for consideration –20 minutes

Question and Answer – 10 minutes

Tanya Bass, MS, MEd, CHES®, CSE is the founder of the North Carolina Sexual Health Conference (NCSEXCON). She also serves as a Program Supervisor managing the Cultural and Community Initiatives in the NC Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities (soon to be NC Office of Health Equity). She is a member of the Women of Color Sexual Health Network (WoCSHN), the Association of Black Sexologist and Clinicians (ABSC), and the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT). She is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) and an AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator (CSE). She is a current member of the editorial board for the American Journal of Sexuality Education.  Tanya is an alumna of North Carolina Central University’s (NCCU) Department of Public Health Education, where she has served as an adjunct instructor for several years and is currently the lead instructor for Human Sexuality. She is completing her PhD in Education at Widener University in the Center for Human Sexuality Studies.