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Building competency in affirming sex education includes competency in identity formation. In this interview with Zoe Sullivan, we discuss lesbian identities, the complexity of gender and its impact on sexuality, and shifting identities over time.


Learning Objectives
By the end of this webinar participants will be able to:
1.Identify core ethical guidelines within behavior analysis that are applicable to serving lesbian clients.
2.Select the definitions of Key Terms which meet ethical guideline 1.05(c). 3.Select how lesbian-affirming sex education can meet the seven dimensions of ABA using the PLISSIT model.
4.Select multiple resources based in scientific knowledge and meeting ethical guideline 1.01 for building LGBTQIA-affirmation.

Presenter Information

Zoe Sullivan (They/Them/Theirs) Zoe is a non-binary graduate student and feelings aficionado who spends most of their free time talking about how to pronounce their name properly (it's like "Jo"), the decolonization of queerness, funny tv shows, and tarot. Their goal after becoming licensed as a clinical social worker is to be an accessible counselor for queer and trans expansive folks across all spectrums with a focus on alternative relationship and family styles. They have no pets currently, but have big dreams of living with a rescue cattle dog named Syd (named after Sydney Novak). Be gentle with yourselves, dear ones. 

1 BACB Learning CE
And meets the requirements of AASECT Core Knowledge Area D


This is an asynchornous webinar. After purchase, a classroom link will be sent, and you will be able to view the webinar at your leisure. CEs will be available the Friday after your completion of all webinar components.

COMING SOON! Queering Identity: Lesbian Affirmation

  • 1 BACB Learning CE