About this Course
– Identify three reasons it is important to include sex and sexuality in conversations with clients.
– Identify two barriers mental health professionals have personally that make keep them from
speaking about sex and sexuality with their clients.
– Identify one technique for integrating sex and sexuality into discussions with clients.
About Your Instructor
Dr. Donna Oriowo (Oreo-Whoa!) is an international speaker, Sex and Relationship Educator and Therapist located in the Washington D.C. metro area. Dr. Donna went to undergrad at THE Morgan State University, earning her bachelors in psychology before moving to Widener University where she earned her PhD, MSW, and M.Ed in Human Sexuality, Social Work, and Education, respectively. She is the owner and lead therapist of AnnodRight, whose mission it is to help others reclaim their sexuality, identity, and self love by being their most wise, free, and authentic selves in addressing intersectionality, culture, and race in both educational and therapeutic settings with a focus on developing healthy Black female sexuality. She can be found on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @Annodright. OR you can always visit her (day or night) at www.AnnodRight.com
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I obtain continuing education units for this course?
After you complete the course and pass final quiz with at least 75%, you will automatically be given a certificate of completion with 1.5 clock hours of credit for: NBCC.
How long will I have access to this course?
You will have access to this course for 365 days after your purchase.
What formats are included?
This course includes video and text-based documents as components.
What if I have issues while I am taking the course?
If you have any questions, problems, or issues, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org