Sexual Attitude Reassessment Workshop

Start Date/Time:
Tuesday, March 9, 2010 8:00 AM (UTC -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
End Date/Time:
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 5:00 PM

All rates include registration breakfast, lunch and dinner on the 9th, breakfast and lunch on the 10th, and the overnight room on the 9th.
Registration rates prior February 15: Regular Rate will be $425. Students and AASECT members will only pay $375.
Registration rates after February 15: Regular Rate will be $450. Students and AASECT members will only pay $400.
Registration is required by February 28.
CHES contact hours are to be determined


The Sexual Attitude Reassessment (SAR) Workshop is designed to promote participants’ awareness of their attitudes, values, feelings, and beliefs about the wide range of human sexual experience and to assist them in gaining insight into how these attitudes, values, feelings, and beliefs affect them professionally and personally. The SAR uses a combination of large-group, brief didactic, presentations, individual and small-group activities. The large group presentations frequently utilize sexually explicit media to elicit reactions in participants, followed by small group discussions to promote exploration of these reactions.

The SAR will be held at a retreat setting. Participants are expected to stay on site Tuesday night, March 9th.

§ Discuss a holistic model for understanding human sexuality.

§ Identify areas of personal comfort and/or discomfort regarding sexual behavior and where that comfort and/or discomfort originates.

§ Identify and articulate personal attitudes, values, feelings, and beliefs about a variety of sexual behaviors, relationships, and fantasies.

§ Describe primary “values-filters” and how those “filters” inform the participant’s attitudes, values, feelings, and beliefs about sexuality/sexual behaviors.

§ Develop a greater understanding of the sexual attitudes and values of people whose sexual interests, activities, experience, and physical abilities are different from one’s own.

§ Identify biases that have the potential of interfering with one’s professional work.

§ Discuss sexual matters with an increased level of comfort.

This training is appropriate for health educators, youth development professionals, counselors, therapists, social workers, nurses, physicians, public health officials and anyone looking to explore this dimension of self.


Kathleen Baldwin, MSW, CSE, CLC and Wayne Pawlowski, LICSW,CSE

· Both are AASECT certified and experienced SAR facilitators, and private consultants,


Location Information
Indianapolis, IN

Hotel Information will be announced at a later date.

Contact Hours
CHES: Health Care Education and Training, Inc. is a designated provider of continuing education contact hours (CECH) in health education by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc.

CHES contact hours are to be determined.

Please register with HCET.
Registrations received after February 15 will require a $25 late fee. No registrations will be accepted after February 28.