Restoring Stolen Pleasure: Reclaiming Authentic Sexuality After Sexual Trauma*

$25.00
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COURSE OVERVIEW

In today’s society female sexuality is often very confusing and misunderstood, and when women are sexually traumatized a whole new level of confusion and shame emerges.  Often sexual trauma survivors make great strides in the physical and emotional healing of their traumas, but still struggle for healing in the area of sexuality. Many survivors of sexual trauma have concerns and questions about sexuality and how they can find what they are looking for sexually, and often providers skip this delicate yet important topic in their treatment of sexual trauma.  This interactive webinar will open up the conversation about what authentic sexuality is, what it means for a survivor of sexual assault, how to help their sexually traumatized clients grow and develop in their sexuality, and practical ways that a mental health professional can help facilitate healing in the area of sexuality for a sexual trauma survivor.  

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • Discuss the concept of authentic sexuality and how it relates to sexual trauma survivors.
  • Equip providers with practical ways that they can broach the topic of sexuality with survivors of sexual trauma and practical tools that they can use to help facilitate sexual healing.
  • Develop creative and gentle ways to address sexuality issues with sexual trauma survivors. 

Target Audience: Psychologists, Social Workers, Addiction Counselors, Licensed Professional Counselors, & LMFT

Content level: Beginner to intermediate

2 CE hour credits approved by NAADAC, & NBCC

State Board Approval
TX 2041-19
LA-ADRA AEP # E105
ADACBGA # 19-12-17-1212
FCB # 5387-A
VCB EP # 143
OCDP Board # 20-774866 (R1)

Course Features

  • Lectures 2
  • Quizzes 1
  • Duration 2 hours
  • Skill level Beginner to intermediate
  • Language English
  • Students 16
  • Certificate Yes
  • Assessments Self
Meagan Jones, Ph.D, LPC
Dr. Meagan Jones has worked in a teaching capacity for over 5 years, and has taught in both online and in person formats. She is currently an Adjunct professor at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in the online Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. She has been practicing for over 11 years, and has worked in a variety of settings from correctional counseling to intensive in-home and community mental health settings to private practice. She currently practices in a private practice setting offering both in person and online mental health services. Dr. Jones obtained her Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education and Supervision from Regent University and her Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling from Columbia International University. She is licensed in the state of North Carolina and Virginia. Dr. Jones specializes in the areas of sexual trauma, crisis and trauma, general mental health issues, women’s issues, sexuality, and spirituality counseling. She has been teaching, writing, and presenting on trauma, sex trafficking, sexuality, sexual healing post-trauma, LGBTQ issues, supervision, and professional development for counselors for the past several years. When she is not working she enjoys traveling, cooking, jet skiing, being outside, crafting, and enjoying time with her family.
$25.00