This highly engaging training provides participants with the knowledge and reflexive practice skills necessary to explore the complex dimensions of sociocultural factors of sexual values and behaviors. Since examining specific cultures in depth is beyond the scope of a single training, exploring the role that oppression, privilege, and colonization have played in the formation of sexual values provides a foundation for culturally humble practice skills development. Through the use of interactive activities, guided video analysis, and complex case examples, participants will apply culturally humble reflexive clinical skills in assessment, intervention design, and evaluation.
- Describe how sociocultural factors impact human sexual values and behaviors
- Discuss 3 sexological models that incorporate sociocultural factors
- Analyze the impact of sociocultural factors on human sexuality
- Explain the sociocultural depictions of diverse sexual identities
- Analyze the personal impact of sociocultural factors on sexuality
- Describe how sexual health principles guidesexological work
Korey McWilliams is a counselor in Chicago, IL and specializes in sexual issues, Anger Management, Anxiety, Career Counseling, and more. He has taught at the University level for over 10 years. He studied Clinical psychology at Illinois School of Professional Psychology.