Workshop #214 - April 5 - April 25, 2021
Counselling Skills and Sexual Health: Helping clients make informed decisions
Developed and Facilitated by Lucy Snider, Private Practice, Kelowna
This workshop aims to equip participants with the skills and knowledge needed to support their clients
in making complex or challenging sexual health decisions such as termination of pregnancy or choosing a suitable method of contraception. The workshop will focus on how to create a sex positive environment and empower your clients to make informed choices regarding their sexual and reproductive healthcare needs.
Counselling Skills and Sexual Health: Helping Clients Make Informed Decisions
Lucy Snider is an experienced psychotherapist specialising in helping couples and individuals who are experiencing relationship or sexual difficulties. Having recently moved to Canada from the UK, she spent 8 years in London working in the field of sexual health as a Sexual Health Adviser and Specialist Sexual Health and HIV Counsellor, delivering new diagnoses of all Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) including HIV and Hepatitis and providing support, education and information about all aspects of sexual health. She strongly believes in the importance of 'knowledge as power' in over-coming the stigma that still exists around sexual health and promoting a sex positive attitude towards sexual and reproductive education. She is currently based in Kelowna, BC and you can visit her website at www.bcsexualwellness.com.