1 hour CE, Category A
Most of your patients are having sex while injured and/or post-operative, and no one is talking about it. Doctors are not discussing sex with their patients and rehab practitioners are hesitant to discuss options. In this course we will discuss why it is important to ask about sex and the best way to create a safe space to discuss sex. As a case example, we will discuss safe positions after a total hip arthroscopy. We will also discuss what you might not know about how people are having sex, including positions, toys, and sex with different genders.
At the end of this course participants will be able to:
About the Speakers:
Shannon Sepulveda, DPT, M.Ed., CSCS, WCS is the owner and Physical Therapist at Shannon Sepulveda, DPT, PLLC. She is an Orthopedic and Women's Health Physical Therapist and is currently the only Board Certified Women's Health Physical Therapist (WCS) in Montana. Shannon received her undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College, Masters in Education from Harvard University (M.Ed.) and Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from the University of Montana. She is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). She has been a practicing Physical Therapist in Bozeman for over 12 years. In her free time, she enjoys running, biking, skiing, hunting and spending time with her husband, son and daughter.
Dr. Phronsie Sprenger, LCWW, CST is an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist and a licensed mental health professional who has received specialized training in sexuality and sex-related issues. She is an LGBTQ plus and kink affirmative therapist. She has received her PhD in Clinical Sexology.
Hannah Wilson LCPC, CST (she/her) began her career working with underserved populations in the heart of Seattle. Advocating for harm reduction approaches to addressing addiction, mental health and homelessness through housing first programming. Continuing her work at Title X clinic as a sex educator and Community Health Clinic with an integrative behavioral health model. For the last few years Focusing on her private practice, Prickly Peach Sex Therapy, she is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Supervisor and AASECT Certified Sex Therapist and trained as a gender and trans affirming therapist with WPATH. She provides a holistic and intersectional therapist working through a strength based, trauma-informed and anti-shame approach. As a partner of Oh Hi Collective she is motivated to offer continuing education for organizations, community and individuals around sexual health.Currently working on her PhD in Clinical Sexology, with a specialty in Kink Conscious Counseling at the International Institute of Clinical Sexology.