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The Sex Educator Training also fulfills the 10-hour human sexuality pre-licensure coursework requirement for marriage & family therapy interns and clinical social work interns.
Sex Educator Training Spring 2005
Learn basic sex information, communication, and education skills, plus gain personal insight. Topics include:
* Sex, gender, and orientation.
* Listening effectively.
* Identifying your judgments and assumptions.
* Now accepting applications for Spring, 2005. Interviews are in March and classes are in April and May.
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