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Sunday, May 20, 2018 from 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Joe Kort and Associates - 25600 Woodward Ave., Suite 215, Royal Oak, MI 48067
6.0 CE Clock Hours for Social Work (MICEC) and MCBAP (RELATED)
Course fee: $95, includes lunch
Presenters: Nicholas Zielke, MSW, Mark McMillan, LMSW
“The fact that after marriage, we are expected to keep everything sexy and sexual for only our partner is what leads to jealousy and insecurity,” Dr. Joe Kort, a sex and relationship therapist, tells Yahoo Lifestyle.
We have decided not to move and the support from our clients and the media is overwhelming. We really appreciate the validation that we did the right thing to not move into a building where a neighboring tenant has a problem with the term, “sexual health”.
“That’s so gay” is always pejorative, always harmful, and always homophobic. It is especially harmful for kids who are struggling with their sexuality and have yet to come out.
@drjoekort RT @JustinLehmiller: Why do those living in #pain seek out more pain? Many chronic pain sufferers are turning to #kink and #BDSM for a rang…
@drjoekort “When you’re born in the wrong gender, your gender changes, not necessarily your sexuality,” trans activist, Jacob… https://t.co/jg3v9zlYOB
@drjoekort RT @DrDavidLey: Turns out kinky people aren’t actually disturbed - just a reminder that they were all categorically labeled as sex addicts…
@drjoekort @Timmy________ @PsyPost Thank you very much. There’s an article similar to this one by David Ley and Psychology Today you could find.
@drjoekort @Timmy________ @PsyPost I have heard variations of this. I don’t know how exactly true it is but I’ve heard of it.