Introduction to Gender CE

Provides the foundational definitions and theories forming the infrastructure on which to frame your understanding of gender. This lecture is essential for guiding your therapeutic work with women as they work to transcend gender role expectations.

Women & Psychology CE

The premise of this lecture is that women´s psychology is not shaped in a vacuum, but rather in a social context that reinforces diagnoses from which women suffer disproportionately. Provides methods for supporting the diversity of women´s identity development and strategies for inoculating them from the ills of a patriarchal culture.

Women & Their Bodies CE

Therapists will gain a thorough understanding of the cultural imperatives around gender, race, and class that drive women to compulsively sculpt-and be dissatisfied with-their bodies. Participants will learn key principles from feminist psychotherapy, which is a proven modality for increasing women´s body image satisfaction.

Women & Sex CE

Traditional models of sexuality and sexual functioning are male-based models of sexuality, and are inaccurate in describing women´s sexual identities, processes, and pleasures. Dr. Hall looks at research by neuro-psychiatrists, sexologists and sociologists, while also outlining the important political and historical contexts that continue to shape women´s understanding and experience of their sexuality.

Women & Money CE

Dr. Hall argues that when working with women, money should be treated not just as a symptom, but also as a cause, for without an understanding of systemic forces, therapists will pathologize women who are struggling with very real issues of discrimination. This lecture carefully explains the historical and contemporary issues that have for too long affected women´s earning power.

Living with Feminist Imagination CE

Imagine a world in which the next generation is able to enjoy the glorious results of our collective efforts for gender justice. This lecture encourages participants to become active negotiators in the work of expansive gender socialization, and to see the work of gender justice as intimately linked to creating a better world for all people.