Event: Sexuality & Intimacy

This two day course is designed to extend knowledge regarding sexuality and intimacy, to ensure you have the most productive way of conceptualising sexual problems and enhance your comfort and skills in dealing with issues of sexuality.

The course is designed for any health professional - nurses, doctors, psychologists, counsellors, psychotherapists and other allied health professionals with an interest in sexuality.

Dates: 27 - 28th June 2018. 9am - 4.30pm daily.

Throughout the two days you will:

  • Explore the nature of sexuality and the dance of intimacy in relationships.
  • Develop self awareness as a sexual being and gain confidence to discuss sexual matters.
  • Develop confidence in providing information on human sexuality and sexual problems.
  • Develop frameworks for conceptualising sexual problems.
  • Be able to outline best practice guidelines for assessment.
  • Review evidence-based treatments for sexual difficulties.

CME points: 15

Please note: Catering is not provided for this event. There are however cafes nearby.

Course Facilitator

Dr Allyson Waite, Registered Clinical Psychologist
Regional Director, Sex Therapy New Zealand
D.Clin.Psy, B.Sc (Hons), C.Psyc. PG Dip. CAT, MNZCCP, MNZPsS

    

Registration

To begin this process please log in to the Goodfellow website (button visible at top right hand corner of your screen). That gives you access to the registration functionality for this workshop.

You do need to register in advance for this workshop. Click on the "Register" button below which will take you to a secure https: Uniservices DPS payment page. (You will not be able to see the Registration button until you are logged into the Goodfellow website).

The cost for this event is $550 (inc GST)You will receive a receipt once your payment is processed.

There is a maximum of 20 participants on this course so please book early.

Location

University Of Auckland Centre For Continuing Education
1-11 Short Street (corner of Short Street and Eden Cres),
Auckland,
Building 810, Floor 3, Room 36.

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