9AM-12 PDT / 12-3PM EDT
Registration opens August 1 and will close September 4, or when we hit capacity.
Positive sexuality incorporates knowledge and methods from multiple disciplines, including medicine and public health, social and behavioral sciences, and the arts and humanities.
Our featured panel of scholars and practitioners will highlight different perspectives on doing sex-positive work through fields of academic research, clinical practice, and community engagement. (Speakers to be announced soon!)
This interactive workshop will also invite participants to engage in individual reflection and group discussion. We will explore together the kinds of research and personal experience we use to learn about new sexuality topics, what it means in each of our fields to “know” something about sexuality, and how we can put sex-positive values into practice in all our work.
This workshop is open to students and professionals of all kinds and experience levels.
Established in 2007, the Center for Positive Sexuality is a 501c3 non-profit educational and research association. Our mission is to address social issues through sex positive research and education. We do this through educational presentations, a peer-review journal and conference, support for research affiliates, and a professional certification program.
This event counts for the workshop component of our Sex-Positive Professional Certification Program, but you do not need to be enrolled in the certification program to participate in this workshop. We will provide a brief overview of the certification during the session.