Fri, Jun 12 | Live ZOOM Workshop

Innovations Series 1- “The Ethical Slut Presents: Navigating Consent”

2 hr/ 2-Part training with renowned therapist and author Dossie Easton, LMFT and DV/IPV intervention facilitator Ms. WillowKat. How can we as a community, and as therapeutic practitioners, offer healing and intimacy skills to both survivors and transgressors after a consent collision or violation?
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Jun 12, 2020, 7:00 PM
Live ZOOM Workshop

About The Event

How can we as a community, and as therapeutic practitioners, offer healing and intimacy skills to both survivors and transgressors after a consent collision or violation has occurred? What therapists can learn from their innovative kink community training program "Navigating Consent" for transgressors and survivors of BDSM consent violations.

Dossie Easton and Ms. WillowKat will share their wisdom on a wide range of possibilities for “making things right” for both survivors and transgressors of BDSM consent violations. Based on their BDSM community focused training program, “The Ethical Slut Presents: Navigating Consent,” a 5-session program facilitating remedying possibilities within the individual, between the people involved, and as it involves the community. Containing different tracks for Survivors and Transgressors - these community trainings provide safe space each group as well as offering a place to talk about their experiences and “feel heard”.  

Learning Objectives:

1.  Outline how to create and maintain a safe and nonjudgmental space where survivors or transgressors can speak about their experiences and feel assured they will be heard.

2.  Name at least 5 possible actions for transgressors to make things right after a boundary transgression.

3.  Name at least 5 possible actions for survivors to make things right after a boundary transgression.

4.  Describe differences between teaching communication skills to survivors compared to transgressors.

5.  Describe ways to “make things right” in individuals, relationships and communities

In this training, they will share their particular process of holding safe space. They will discuss the differences between the Survivor and Transgressor groups and explore their difficulties and successes in the program.Participants will learn new ways to understand, frame and approach affected clients. They invite clinicians into a non-judgmental environment where they have a safe space to be vulnerable, explore self-knowledge and learn new skills in relating. www.navigating-consent.com

Continuing Education

The two-day event of two hours each day is eligible for 4 CE units (APA). 

CARAS is the organization that will sponsor the CE credit. CARAS is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. CARAS maintains responsibility for this program and its content.  www.carasresearch.org

For further information on CE credit, please contact Richard Sprott at richard@tashra.org directly.  

Registration for Licensed Professionals (with CE units): $67 for the two-day course

Registration for Non-Licensed Professionals, Interns, Students: $40 for the two-day course

Cancellation Policy

You may cancel up to ten days before a scheduled workshop without penalty and receive a credit for another workshop or a refund minus $10 for processing costs. If you cancel less than ten days before, you will be responsible for payment. CARAS reserves the right to cancel any event that is less than 60% full within 4 business days of the class. If CARAS cancels an educational event, you will receive a credit toward another workshop.

Format

The workshops will combine didactic instruction, case examples, and group discussion to demonstrate the practice of working with kink-involved clients.

Agenda

Day One 

9:00am – Online Training begins on ZOOM 

11:00am – Training ends 

Day Two 

9:00am – Online Training begins on ZOOM 

11:00am – Training ends 

CARAS Complaint Resolution Procedures

CARAS is committed to conducting all activities in compliance with the American Psychological Association's Ethical Principles of Psychologists. CARAS will adhere to all legal and ethical responsibilities to be nondiscriminatory in promotional activities, program content, and the treatment of program participants. Monitoring and assessment of these standards will be the responsibility of the Continuing Education Administrator. While CARAS makes every attempt to assure fair treatment for all participants, occasionally complaints will arise about continuing education programs. The procedures for addressing complaints are as follows:

When a participant files a complaint, either orally or in written format, and expects action on the complaint, the following actions will be taken.

1. If the grievance concerns a speaker, the content presented by the speaker, or the style of presentation, the individual making the complaint will be asked to put his/her comments in written format. The on-site CE Coordinator will then pass the comments on to the speaker, assuring the confidentiality of the complainant.

2. If the complaint concerns a workshop offering, its content, level of presentation, or the facilities in which the workshop was offered, on-site CE Coordinator will mediate and attempt to resolve the complaint on-site. If the participant requests action, the Coordinator is empowered to:

a. attempt to move the participant to another workshop, or

b. provide a credit for a subsequent year's workshop, or

c. provide a partial or full refund of the workshop fee.

Actions 2b and 2c will require a written note, documenting the grievance, for record keeping purposes. The note need not be signed by the grieved individual.

3. If the complaint is made after the program has occurred or concerns the CARAS CE programming more generally, the CARAS Complaint Panel will address it as follows:

a. Request that the complainant submit a written complaint and propose an appropriate remedy,

b. provide the instructor(s) with the opportunity to respond to the complaint and propose an appropriate remedy,

c. review these documents, make a final determination, and decide on any remedy.

For further information, contact the Executive Director of CARAS, Richard A. Sprott,

at richard.sprott@carasresearch.org or at 510-919-4488. You can also contact us at

CARAS, P.O. Box 812, Rio Vista, CA 94571

Tickets
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  • Licensed Professional - 4 CE's
    $67
    $67
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  • Non or Pre-Licensed Prof
    $40
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