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“Let’s Talk About Sex: Sexuality and Sexual Difficulties” – An introductory course in Sexual Medicine and Therapy – Monash University

17 March @ 8:30 am - 5:30 pm AEDT

Details about the event "Let's Talk About Sex: Sexuality and Sexual Difficulties"

Monash University is again running a 2 day introductory course in Sexual Medicine and Therapy.

About the 2 Day Course

This 2-day online multidisciplinary course on Sexuality and Sexual Difficulties, is relevant for all health practitioners, trainees and students. It will discuss the need to talk about sex, address the obstacles, and will empower the registrants to raise and discuss topics of sexuality and sexual difficulties with their patients.

It will cover the assessment and management of common sexual difficulties, from a bio-psycho-socio-cultural perspective, provide educational resources and an overview of therapeutic options.

It was held face to face and sold out in 2019 and 2020, was fully online in 2021 & 2022 and was extremely well received by attendees. Feedback from participants included:

“A brilliant line up: a wealth of information from an excellent and diverse group of professionals”

“I enjoyed the multi-disciplinary approach to the problems, the expertise & warmth of the presenters & the practical & useful information I can implement to my practice.”

It will be held on Friday 17/3/23 and Saturday 25/3/23 and will once again be fully online enabling those who are not able to travel to Melbourne, to participate.

If you are unable to attend the course live, recordings of all the presentations will be available for 3 months following the course to all registrants. Registrants will also have access to pdf’s of all the presentations and a raft of other resources.

Early bird registration will end on 19/2/23 and registrations will close on 13/3/23.

 

Date & Time (AEDT)

Friday 17 March 2023 – 8.30am – 5.00pm and  Saturday 25 March 2023 – 8.30am – 5.30pm

 

Program Outline

This online course will cover the assessment and management of common sexual difficulties, from a biopsychosociocultural perspective, provide educational resources and an overview of therapeutic options.

  • Talking about sex – overcoming the obstacles
  • Taking a Sexual History in an inclusive and respectful way, with a biopsychosociocultural approach
  • Communication skills, including talking with a couple
  • Models of Sexuality
  • Relationships and sexuality
  • Gender identity and gender dysphoria
  • Sexual identity, orientation and behaviour (including LGBTIQA+ sexuality)
  • Cultural & Religious impacts on sexuality (including the impact of Pornography)
  • Trauma and Sexuality
  • Sexual pain
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Ejaculatory problems (Premature Ejaculation & Delayed Ejaculation)
  • Libido
  • Arousal and Orgasm
  • The impact of significant life stages/changes on sexuality
  • Pregnancy & Postpartum sexuality
  • Menopause, Aging, Illness & Cancer

 

More Information

Please visit “Let’s Talk About Sex: Sexuality and Sexual Difficulties” for the registration link.

Download Flyer (pdf)

 

 

 

Details

Date:
17 March
Time:
8:30 am - 5:30 pm AEDT
Event Tags:
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Venue

On-line / Zoom

Organiser

Monash University

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