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Earn YourACCREDITED SEXUAL HEALTH PROVIDER CERTIFICATETMPowerful Evidence-Based & Effective Interventions for Treating Sexual Issues!
ASHP(TM) certification offers is a unique program that blends a live, 2-day Zoom conference and recorded content.
Enrollment includes access to an exclusive Sexual Health Provider Toolbox (valued at $189)!
Your learning experience is curated by
Dr. Heather Quaile, DNP, WHNP-BC. CSC, IF is a nurse practitioner, AASECT Certified Sexuality Counselor, and CEO and Founder of The SHOW Center.
April 22 & 23, 2023
9:30 am to 5:30 pm EST
PLUS Online Video Access After the Live Event
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April 22 and 23, 2023.
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What to do for hypoactive sexual desire in women and men
What to do when couples drives don't match
Helping patients with anorgasmia
How to help women experience orgasms
Managing men's urological concerns such as ED and premature ejaculation
What kinds of therapy are best for helping men overcome performance anxiety
Providing effective sexual counseling for cancer patients
How to last longer-or what to do when sex is lasting too long!
How to guide people when their partner has a sexual issue
How to guide people through polyamory and other nonmonogamous lifestyles
Gaining competency in working with LGBTQ+ and BIPOC patients
Becoming competent in working with people who identify as LGBTQ+
Develop knowledge in sexuality and pharmacology
Develop knowledge in helping kinky clients and those who want to be
Learn trauma-informed sexual health counseling
Find out if pursuing a career in sex therapy or counseling is right for you.
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Meet The Co-Founders
Dr. Stephanie Buehler
Dr. Buehler is the author of several books, including a bestselling textbook, What Every Mental Health Professional Needs to Know about Sex and Counseling Couples Before, During, and After Pregnancy: Sexuality and Intimacy Issues.
Learn More About Dr. Buehler Here
Dr. Heather Quaile
Dr. Quaile is also trained and certified as an AASECT sex counselor and sexual assault nurse examiner providing sexual health education, trauma-informed care, and information to patients of all ages.
Dr. Quaile recognized the lack of sexual health awareness not just in her community but in its providers as well and founded, developed, and implemented The Sexual Health Optimization and Wellness (SHOW) Center.
Learn More About Dr. Quaile Here
April 22-23, 2023
Dr. Rachel Rubin
Dr. Rachel Rubin is a board-certified urologist and sexual
medicine specialist. She is an assistant clinical professor of Urology at
Georgetown University and works in a private practice in the Washington DC
region. She is one of only a handful of physicians fellowship trained in male
and female sexual medicine.
Dr. Rubin is a clinician, researcher, and vocal educator in the field of sexual medicine. She completed her medical and undergraduate training at Tufts University, her urology training at Georgetown University, and her fellowship training under Dr. Irwin Goldstein in San Diego. In addition to being education chair for the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH), she also serves as an Associate Editor for the Journal Sexual Medicine Reviews.
Dr. Jessica Reale
Dr. Pebble Kranz
Dr. Kranz, after an
enjoyable 10 year career in professional theater, graduated from the
Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and completed her family
medicine training with University of Rochester/Highland Hospital Family
Medicine Residency Program.
She served as chief resident and continued as a member of the residency program’s core faculty with a focus on the psychosocial/behavioral health curriculum. Mentored by sex therapist Gina Ogden PhD, she decided to pursue training in sexual medicine through the European Society of Sexual Medicine and became a Fellow of the European Committee on Sexual Medicine (FECSM) in 2018.
Because one training program is never enough, she also has trained with the International Society for the Study of Womens Sexual Health, the American Association of Sexuality Counselors Educators and Therapists, and the World Professional Association on Transgender Health where she is pursuing certification in gender affirming medical care.
Since 2021, she has been honored to serve on the board of the Scientific Network on Female Sexual Health and Cancer. Dr. Kranz founded the Rochester Center for Sexual Wellness (Rochester, NY) with her husband Dan Rosen LCSW-R, CST, CSTS in 2017 which provides multidisciplinary care for sexual and relationship concerns in people of all genders as well as serving as a training site for therapists pursuing certification in sex therapy and sex counseling.
The University of Rochester is her academic home, with appointments in both the department of family medicine and the department of obstetrics and gynecology, and she runs a sexual medicine clinic in the University's department of gynecologic oncology. In addition to clinical work in sexual medicine, she teaches residents and medical students about sexual issues in healthcare.
Dr. Maria Uloko
Dr. Tara Thompson
Her passion is treating, counseling, and educating patients and providers alike about men's and women's sexual health conditions ranging from vulvodynia and interstitial cystitis to erectile dysfunction and Peyronie's disease.
Tara has been a practicing compounding pharmacist for 10 years at Innovation Compounding in the field of sexual medicine, developing and designing pharmaceutical drug combinations for various sexual health conditions. She collaborates with providers nationwide who practice sexual medicine.
She is working toward her sex educator certification through AASECT, which she hopes to complete by 2021. She also co-developed an advocacy panel called "justASK!" which hosts different sexual health experts on a monthly basis to encourage patients to ask any questions surrounding sexual health. She is a supporter of the LGBTQ community and also an advocate of mental health and the fight against sexual trauma and trafficking.
Tara is currently researching and gathering evidence for drug treatment protocols in the field of transgender medicine. As a pharmacist, Tara feels like she brings another element of care to the healthcare team, in terms of drug decisions, strengths, and dosing. In her spare time, she love to cheer on the Atlanta Braves, kayak the Etowah River, and build forts with her kids.
Natasha Helfer, LMFT, CSTS
Dr. Maureen Ryan
Maureen Ryan, DNP, NP-C, a nurse practitioner who
specializes in sexual health. She holds a Doctorate in Nursing Practice and is
dual licensed as an Adult Health and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner. Maureen
received training as a sex therapist from the Florida Sex Institute in West
Palm Beach, Florida, is an ASSECT Certified Sexuality Counselor and a National
Board-Certified Health and Wellness Coach. She is a member of the American
Academy of Nurse Practitioners and the New York State Nurse Practitioner Association.
She is the founder of the Mind-Body Connection for Adult Health. Since its inception in 2011, she has been supporting individuals and couples to move beyond perceived barriers to intimacy and live more meaningful and satisfying lives.
Dr. Ryan facilitates a Cancer Survivorship Sexual Health Program, offering a series of bimonthly small group sessions that focus on different aspects of intimacy, self-image, and sexual health.
Ellen Barnard, MSW, CSE
She has been working with people around sex and sexuality for 40 years, specializing in problem solving for people with physical disabilities, chronic illness, cancer survivors and people experiencing sexual changes and challenges with aging.
In her professional life, she is passionate about serving neurodiverse people and their loved ones. Her previous career was dedicated to early intervention services for little ones with significant developmental delays. She believes in inclusive, developmentally-appropriate sex education for all.
Frequently Asked Questions
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