What is Your Sex IQ?
SASH presents a
Sexual Health Awareness Event.
Saturday, October 5, 2019
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Open to the general public, this day focuses on bringing awareness to the impact of problematic sexual behavior on individuals, families, and partners, while at the same time, it’s a day of learning that provides hope, help, and healing.
Leading professionals in the field of problematic sexual behavior and sexual health have been specially selected because of their expertise and will share their knowledge in various topic-specific workshops.
Presentations* for 2019
- The Importance of Prioritizing Pleasure in Long-Term Relationships – Keynote Opener, Kristen Mark, PhD, MPH, 2019 SASH Research Award Recipient.
- “Sex Tech 101- How technology is transforming our sexual lives” with Erica Sarr, PsyD, MEd, BCB, Clinical Director, Gentle Path at the Meadows
- “A Proactive and Protective Response to Concerning Sexual Behaviors: child safety in the digital age”with Liz Walker, M. Hlth Sc., Youth Wellbeing Project
- “Who Cares About Coaching? Your Tough Questions Answered” with Gaelyn Emerson, ICF-ACC, APSATS-CPC, Life, Relationship and Divorce Recovery Coach, Women Ever After, LLC
Concurrently Running with Sexual Health Awareness Sessions, are General Session and Advanced Tract Workshops for Clinical Professionals* for 2019.
(with paid registration)
Welcome Members of the Public!
Who Should Attend? EVERYONE!
And Couples, Parents, Recovery People, Educators, Clergy, Healthcare Professionals, and anyone interested in learning more about sexual health and wellness.
CEs Available with a Paid Registration | Register today at www.SASH.net
*Registration, Exhibit Hall and more open at 7:30 a.m.; Presentations are free while Advanced-tract presentations require a paid conference registration. CE’s available for all Saturday sessions (community/advanced) and requires a 1-day registration
NOTE: SASH supports healthy communication about sexual health and problematic sexual behavior. Most content is geared for adults and may not be appropriate for children.