Awareness is key but the application is ethically imperative when discussing sexuality in counseling. Hosts Dr. Angela Schubert and Dr. Karena J. Heyward converse with mental health professionals in sex education and sexuality counseling talk about the many dimensions of sexuality and how counselors and counselor educators may best prepare to work with clients. If you are looking for more perspectives on how to address sexuality in your classroom, your sessions, or your personal life, this podcast may just be the right fit for you.
LGU008 – Sexuality, Body Image, and Eating Disorders
In this episode of LGU, Angie and Karena meet with Dr. Rebecca Lester to discuss characteristics of eating disorders and the impact on body image and intimacy. The three explore how we as counselors can best prepare to work with individuals with eating disorders.
LGU007 - Surviving Childhood Sexual Abuse
In this episode of LGU, Angie and Karena meet with Dr. Joel Filmore as he discusses his personal and professional take on childhood sexual abuse, and how we as counselors can best prepare to work with survivors of child abuse.
LGU006 - Breaking the Bahamian Silence
Dr. Levette Dames, a nurse in the Bahamas for over 25 years who is now an NCC and Counselor Educator teaching at North Carolina Central University joins co-hosts Dr. Angie Schubert and Dr. Karena J. Heyward. Dr. Dames provides insight on Bahamian culture as it relates to sexuality, working with clients from the Bahamas, and specific approaches for working with Bahamian clients diagnosed with breast cancer.
LGU005 - Where Otherness and Sexuality Meet
In this episode, co-hosts Dr. Angela Schubert and Dr. Karena J. Heyward will be exploring the concept of otherness and how it interacts with sexuality, with Dr. Stacee, Clinical Faculty at Southern New Hampshire University in the College of Online and Continuing Education.
LGU004 - Understanding Ethical Non-Monogamy
Hosts Dr. Angie Schubert and Dr. Karena J. Heyward interview Anthropologist and Associate Professor at Washington University, Dr. Rebecca Lester. We discuss ethical non-monogamy and what counselors need to know to effectively support clients in ethically non-monogamous relationships.
LGU003 - Uniting the Social, the Sexual, and the Spiritual Divide
Hosts Dr. Angie Schubert and Dr. Karena J. Heyward interviewed guest, Elle Dowd, a Lutheran pastor in training and activist blogger, as she discussed ways western culture tries to separate spirit from body, how this attempt to separate impacts our most vulnerable community members, and what we can do as counselors to help bridge the divide.