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Three Things Clinicians Need to Know About Talking About Sex!

Friday, May 15, 2015 - 11:00pm

Almost everyone will face sexual challenges or difficulties, sooner or later. But many people are hesitant to explore the topic during therapy unless the practitioner initiates the conversation. Dr. Charlie Glickman will offer tools and insights that will help support clients while integrating sexuality topics into therapy sessions.

Attend this event get questions answered, find out about useful resources, and discover new ways to make it easier to include sexuality in your work. 

Sex Positive Psychology Psychological Association for Gender Expression and Sexuality (PAGES)

Charlie Glickman, Ph.D. is a sex & relationship coach, a sexuality educator, a sexological bodyworker, and an internationally-acclaimed speaker. He’s been working in this field for over 20 years, and some of his areas of focus include sex & shame, sex-positivity, queer issues, masculinity & gender, communities of erotic affiliation, and many sexual & relationship practices. Charlie is also the co-author of The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure: Erotic Exploration for Men and Their Partners. Find out more about him on his website ( or on Twitter (@charlieglickman) and Facebook/charlie.glickman. For Charlie’s sex coaching and sexological bodywork services, visit 

Hosted by Psychological Association for Gender Expression and Sexuality (PAGES). PAGES is dedicated to increasing awareness of lesbian, gay, bixesual, transgender, queer, intersex, and related LGBTQI issues at PAU and in psychology. The group is open to all LGBTQI and allied members of the PAU community. PAGES sponsors speakers, social events, a movie series, volunteering and other activities.

*Food will be provided.

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Location: 5150 El Camino Real Gronowski Clinic, room C-15A Los Altos, CA
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