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Part A: Sex and Sexuality in Physical Therapy Practice

presented by Talli Rosenbaum, MSc, PT, IF AASECT Certified Sex Therapist

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In this course covering sex and sexuality in physical therapy practice by Talli Rosenbaum, users will be introduced to the important role of the physical therapy practice in addressing the sexual health needs of patients. Users will learn the challenges and barriers involved in talking about sex and sexuality with clients, and will have an opportunity to examine their own values, attitudes, and feelings about sexuality and sexual health. Users will also gain an understanding of basic sexual function and anatomy, as well as information regarding male and female disorders of sexual function, including the effects of psychological and social factors.

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Talli Rosenbaum, MSc, PT, IF AASECT Certified Sex Therapist

Talli Rosenbaum, MSc, PT, IF AASECT Certified Sex Therapist, earned a Masters in Clinical Sociology and Counseling from the University of North Texas in Neve Yerushalayim. She also has a bachelors degree in Physical Therapy from Northwestern University. Talli is the only AASECT certified sex therapist who is also a pelvic floor physical therapist and…

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1. Introduction - Why Should Therapists Address Sexuality?

Participants will recognize the important role of addressing sex in clinical physiotherapy settings .

2. Speaking of Sex

Participants will describe the challenges and barriers involved in talking about sex and sexuality with clients.

3. Examining Our Own Values, Attitudes, and Knowledge About Sex

The participant will articulate their own values, attitudes and feelings about sexuality and acknowledge, respect and affirm the sexual values, attitudes and feelings of others.

4. Basic Sexual Function

Participants will be able to describe the basic anatomy and physiology of sexual functioning, and will discuss the distinct phases of sexual functioning.

5. Sexual Disorders

Participants will be able to describe male and female disorders of sexual function, and how physical, psychological and social factors can affect sexual functioning.

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