Johnson University Tennessee Presents

Sexual Identity Therapy Training ACEO logo

Navigating Sexual and Religious Identity Conflicts in Clinical Practice: Ethical and Professional Practice Considerations with
Mark Yarhouse, Licensed Psychologist

6 CEs Available (including ethics) approved by NBCC 

Objectives:

  1. Participants will be able to apply and develop competence in helping clients to navigate sexual and religious identity conflicts in a client-centered manner.
  2. Participants will be able to apply knowledge of professional, legal and ethical issues in working with sexual minority persons of faith.
  3. Participants will be able to assess and synthesize effectiveness in comparing and contrasting applications of narrative approaches to sexual identity in clinical practice.

Friday January 25, 2019
9:00am-4:00pm (1 hour for lunch)

Location:
Gally Commons Private Dining Rooms
Johnson University
7900 Johnson Drive
Knoxville, Tennessee 37998

ACEP Administrator for Johnson University: Emily Eisenhart, EEisenhart@JohnsonU.edu

Johnson University has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, #3051. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified.

Johnson University is solely responsible for all aspects of this program.

Cost:

Graduate Student Rate $30
Early Bird Professional Rate $75 (ends Dec 31st)
Standard Professional Rate $90

Register online
 

*includes lunch
*limited registrations
*refunds are unavailable

Speaker:

Mark YarhouseMark Yarhouse is the Rosemarie S. Hughes Endowed Chair and Professor of Psychology at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, where he is a core faculty member in the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. Dr. Yarhouse has spent several years promoting dialogue between people who view the topic of sexual identity differently. In 2000, he chaired a groundbreaking symposium at the American Psychological Association’s annual convention that brought together gay psychologists and Christian psychologists to discuss common ground in treatment options for those who experience sexual and religious identity conflicts. He chaired similar dialogues at the APA on the many meanings of marriage, services for adolescents experiencing sexual identity concerns, and an approach to services referred to as the sexual identity therapy framework.