AFN Webinar - Inclusive Sex Practices
Time & Location
About The Event
The Academy is excited to welcome back Dr. Tracey Wiese for this Special 90-Minute Members Only AFN Webinar - Inclusive Sex Practices, on October 20, 2021 at 12:00 PM EST!
All patients have a relationship with sexuality. Many individuals experience and are exploring a sexuality that expands beyond a monogamous, heterosexual relationship. This presentation will explore the vast diversity of relationship and familial makeup as well as sex practices that go beyond heterosexual, missionary sex. Lets talk about all of the things that our society has told us we are not allowed to talk about!
Assessing for alternative or expansive sexual practices/relationship make-ups is a competency that should be trained, re-trained, updated and polished. We will learn about and practice taking an inclusive sexual health history.
Geared toward social work/advocacy, forensic nurses, advanced practice providers and emergency department/healthcare providers.
This Webinar is open to all AFN Members! Looking forward to seeing you there!
Don't miss your opportunity to:
- Describe and name at least two different types of relationship and familial make-up other than heterosexual/monogamous relationship.
- Discuss and learn through didactic presentation introductory concepts related to BDSM sex practices or sexual practices other than penile/vaginal penetrative sex.
- Learn through didactic and brief role play an expanded sexual history taking tool.
You will need to register in advance for this Webinar.
Webinar is scheduled for October 20, 2021 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (EST). Question and answer session will immediately follow.
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WEBINAR PRESENTER - DR. TRACEY WIESE
APRN, FNP-BC, PMHNP-BC
Tracey Wiese is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner certified in both Family Practice and Psychiatric Mental Health. She holds a Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree from Frontier Nursing University, where she attended as a Jonas Scholar. Dr. Wiese believes strongly in healthcare being an intersectional, healing centered, trauma informed, evidence based approach with the patient at the center of care.
She has been working with at risk youth and families for over a decade here in the Anchorage area. Prior to doing work in the outpatient setting, Dr. Wiese worked for Forensic Nursing Services of Providence and Alaska CARES, the Children's Advocacy Center in Anchorage for 6 years. At Alaska CARES, Dr. Wiese evaluated children and families when there were concerns of sexual abuse, physical abuse and/or severe neglect. Dr. Wiese provides a wide variety of services and expertise. She provides trauma informed psychotropic medication management and other mental health supportive services. In addition, she provides medical services related to gender/sexuality affirming healthcare.
Dr. Wiese consults with and provides education and services to various organizations in the Anchorage area regarding integrating trauma informed, evidenced based, sensitive approaches to at risk populations, LGBTQ2IA+ sensitivity and competency and a variety of other topics. These organizations currently include the Birchwood Behavioral Health Group Home, Denali Family Services, Department of Juvenile Justice and many others. Dr. Wiese speaks frequently throughout the state and nationally on these topics as well.