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This will be an informed, respectful, and nuanced training in exploring sexual and religious identity - With Mark Yarhouse & Julia Sadusky
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This is an introduction to Sexual Identity Therapy, a client-centered, identity-focused approach to navigating conflicts between one’s same-sex sexuality and religious identity. Christians who struggle with a conflict between their sexual and religious identities have few options available to them. This will be an informed, respectful, and nuanced training in exploring sexual and religious identity conflicts that has as its goal to help clients achieve congruence.
All professionals who counsel, including psychiatrists, psychologists, family physicians, social workers, psychiatric nurses, counselors, pastors and clergy, and students training in these professions.
Mark is the Dr. Arthur P. Rech and Mrs. Jean May Rech Professor of Psychology at Wheaton College, where he also directs the Sexual and Gender Identity Institute. Dr. Yarhouse is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the intersection of sexual or gender identity and religious identity.
Dr. Yarhouse is author or co-author of over 100 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters and has written several books, including Sexual Identity & Faith: Helping Clients Achieve Congruence (Templeton Press) and Understanding Gender Dysphoria: Navigating Transgender Issues in a Changing Culture (IVP Academic).
Julia owns Lux Counseling and Consulting in Littleton, CO., where she offers individual, family, and couples therapy in addition to consultations for individuals and families around sexuality and gender. She is an adjunct professor at Denver Seminary and also serves as a youth and ministry educator, offering trainings and consultations to counseling centers and faith-based institutions on sexuality, gender identity, mental health, trauma-informed care, and the intersection of sexuality, gender, and theology.
Dr. Sadusky has coauthored Emerging Gender Identities: Understanding the Diverse Experiences of Today’s Youth (Brazos Press) and Gender Identity in Therapy (Forthcoming by IVP) with Mark Yarhouse, PsyD., and contributed to a four views book titled, Understanding Transgender Identities: 4 Views (Baker Academic).