Presenter: Jermisha Frazier, M.Ed.


When: Tuesday September 21, September 28, October 5, and October 12, 2021 5:00pm-7:00pm EST Live Synchronous Webinar


Price:  $350 (8 AASECT CEUs Available)


Description: This is 4 part series covers the objectives listed below. Please note: LIVE PARTICIPANTS MUST ATTEND ALL 8 HOURS ON THE FOLLOWING DATES:


Date(s) and Topics of Focus

  • 9/21: How to create a brave space to address race, sexual orientation, gender identity, etc. in a way that is provocative AND safe
  • 9/28: Issues of race, implicit bias, and microaggressions and the dynamics of unlearning and relearning as it applies to sexuality work
  • 10/5: "Boots on the ground" approach to address how to incorporate antiracist practices into educational praxis
  • 10/12: Black women and medicine: current and historical context re: sexual and reproductive healthcare


At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

1.  Learn how self-work can help create a brave space to explore personal identities (race, sexual orientation, gender identity, etc.)

2. Address how unlearning and relearning dynamics function around issues of race, implicit bias, and microaggressions

3. Develop next steps to intentionally incorporate antiracist practices into praxis

4. Name historical contexts and those relationships between Black women and medicine


This program meets the requirements of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) and is approved for 8 CE credits and is considered synchronous learning if in attendance to the live webinar. Participants will be expected to complete a post webinar assignment as part of the completion of the 3 AASECT CE's. These CE credits may be applied toward AASECT certification and renewal of certification through the Sexuality Training Institute. Completion of this program does not ensure or guarantee AASECT Certification. For further information please contact

Content Areas: Core Knowledge Area: C. Socio-cultural, familial factors (e.g., ethnicity, culture, religion, spirituality, socioeconomic status, family values) in relation to sexual values and behaviors OR Sex Education Training Area: C-E. C. Ethical issues in sexuality education, AND D. Theory and methods of approaches to sexuality education with specific populations (e.g., youth, older adults, couples, ethnic/ cultural/ faith-based populations, LGBTQ people, people with disabilities), AND E. Theory and methods of different approaches to sexuality education delivery (e.g., small group work, one-on-one education, large group lectures or interaction, online delivery or use of other electronic means)



phone number: 216-200-7928

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