SAT. April 4th & April 18th|
Cal State East Bay - Oakland Center
Innovations in Erotic Diversity: Advanced Therapy with Kink Clients - Two Part Training
Rarely do kink-experienced therapists come together to share and learn. This two part advanced series will be a very deep dive into some of the most interesting and complex issues that kink clients bring to our offices.
Time & Location
SAT. April 4th & April 18th
Cal State East Bay - Oakland Center, 1000 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94607, USA
About The Event
This advanced workshop designed for therapists who have been working with clients with kink and fetish interests offers a rare opportunity for deep conversations about the intricacies of erotic diversity. In these two day-long CE workshops, we will explore clinical approaches to such things as hidden abuse, differentiation in complex relational structure, kink desire discrepancies and co-morbid mental health issues. We will present the latest research on kink identity formation, BDSM injury prevention and intersectionality. Cases studies are welcome. This training is built upon the newly released Clinical Practice Guidelines for working with People with Kink interests.
Innovations 1&2 - Lic. Profes
Includes the April 8 & 15 trainings including 10 APA CE units
Innovations 1&2 - NON Licensed
Includes 4 workshops on April 4 & April 18 for grad students, interns and non-licensure professionals.