Continuing Education Courses by Dr. Tina Schermer Sellers, PhD, LMFT, CSTS

Tina Schermer Sellers, PhD, LMFT, CSTS is a licensed sex and gender feminist psychotherapist, writer, researcher, supervisor, and public figure whose expertise spans sex therapy, spiritual intimacy, medicine, parenting, and social justice. Dr. Sellers' book Sex, God, & the Conservative Church – Erasing Shame from Sexual Intimacy has had a global impact exposing the damage of sexual shame. She now speaks throughout the world sharing how to heal, and how to raise shame-free relationally confident children. She can be followed on Instagram @DrTinaShamelessSex

EPDC CE Hours: 1

This is an efficient and effective trauma healing protocol, different from individual trauma informed care.

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EPDC CE Hours: 2.5

In this seminar, Dr. Tina Schermer Sellers, reviews each developmental age and stage sharing the emotional and behavioral tasks children tend to try and accomplish, as well as the sexual curiosities most commonly expressed. She shares the shame these sexual curiosities often trigger in parents/caregivers who did not receive adequate sexual health information as children and/or who grew up in conservative or sexually shaming environments.

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EPDC CE Hours: 1.5

This seminar is a panel discussion with four leading practitioners who serve the kinky and poly communities. Here they discuss complex and ethical issues that may emerge when serving these communities. Most often people whose sexuality is practice in these margins do not experience issues in their sexuality, however, when they do, the issues discussed in this seminar, are some of the common issues raised.

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EPDC CE Hours: 1

Matthias Roberts talks with author/speaker Dr. Tina Schermer Sellers about the intersection of spirituality and sexuality, and the fraught relationship the Empire Church has long had with the intersection of these two human desires. Specifically, they talk about the impact of the Empire Church on the LGBTQ community, and how sexual shame can affect a person's sense of self, relationships and sexuality. Both discuss the role therapists and healers can play in helping people to heal from the impact of oppression and hurtful teachings.

Purchase $30