Human Sexuality/Sex Therapy
Instructor: Eva Kant| Saturday & Sunday 9:30am - 5:00pm | Mar. 1 & 2 | $225 | Course Code: SWHUMSEX
This concentrated two-day course, taught by one of Silberman’s adjunct professors, will focus on specific topics related to the practice of sex therapy.
- Engaging the client/developing the therapeutic alliance/working with the pink elephant in the room (in an ongoing manner (practicing active listening for the cues to open the door etc.)
- Sexual History Taking.
- Working in a culturally competent/aware manner - addressing cultural/language challenges in the work directly related to sexuality and relationships.
- Individuals vs. Couples
- Working with specific populations: those challenged by chronic illness/pain, disabilities, etc.
About the Instructor:
Eva Margot Kant, LCSW-R is an adjunct at the Silberman School of Social Work where she teaches several courses in the clinical sequence. She also teaches Human Sexuality at the Columbia University Graduate School of Social Work.
Through her workshops and private practice, Ms. Kant helps men and women deepen self-esteem, address fears and questions about sexuality and sensuality, and develop deeper connections and intimacy. Ms. Kant works with both individuals and couples who are able-bodied as well as those challenged by chronic illness and/or disabilities of varying nature.
Ms. Kant is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service. Her post-graduate training includes completion of the Family and Couples Therapy Program at the Institute Of Contemporary Psychotherapy, and the renowned certification program in Sex Therapy at The New York University School of Medicine.
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*All participants are required to pay a one-time $20 registration fee.